The Tillman Movement in South Carolina

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Order Books, Deed Books and Will Books found in the offices of the Clerk of Court and Probate Judge of Edgefield County. They throw light upon the genealogy and business transactions of the Tillman family.
Records of Land Grants in the office of the Secretary of State of South Carolina and the Records of Militia Service in the office of the Secretary of the Historical Commission of South Carolina. They throw light upon the Tillman ancestry.
Tillman, Benjamin R., Letters. Tillman Library, Trenton, and State Capitol, Columbia. There is no collection of Tillman letters. Tillman seldom kept copies. Use has been made of the few found among the Tillman papers and those gathered from his correspondents. The correspondence of the governors of South Carolina was, by order of Governor Blease, thrown in a huge pile in the basement of the State Capitol, from which position no one has seen fit to recover it. Such letters of Governor Tillman as could be gleaned from this confusion have been utilized.
Tillman, Benjamin R., Manuscripts. Tillman Library, Trenton. This material is characterized by frank confessions. While it contains inaccuracies, the papers are sprightly and full of keys to motives. They are:
A. "My Childhood Days," the first and only chapter of a proposed autobiography.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Portraits xii
  • Chapter I - The Background 3
  • Chapter II - Early Life of Tillman 23
  • Chapter III - The Emergence of Tillman 51
  • Chapter IV - The Farmers in Politics 70
  • Chapter V - The Election of 1890 103
  • Chapter VI - Tillman's First Administration 135
  • Chapter VII - Tillman's Re-Election and Second Administration 158
  • Chapter VIII - The Dispensary 185
  • Chapter IX - The Constitutional Convention 203
  • Chapter X - The After Effects of Tillmanism 229
  • Bibliography 247
  • Index 263
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