South Carolina: A Short History, 1520-1948

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Abney, B. L., 656
Abolition, beginnings of agitation for, 421- 22, 435; literature on, 435
Abolitionists, activities of, 505-6, 514
Acadians, in S. C., 174-75
Acteon, 298
Act of 1721, provisions on suffrage, terms, etc., 107-8
Adams, Governor James H., recommends re- opening of slave trade, 522; mentioned, 436, 437, 464, 489, 499, 512, 518
Adams, Henry, on Charleston planter, 350
Adams, John, 276, 348, 349
Adams, Rev. Jasper, 467, 475
Address of the Slaveholding States, 528
Adger, James, 430, 472
Adger, Rev. James B., 440
Aetna Furnace, 298
Africanization, dread of, 503, 512, 515, 527
Agassiz, J. L. R., 472
Agricultural Society of South Carolina, 361
Agriculture, early growth of, 35-36; in the colonies, 188-91, 247, 248; after the Revolution, 361 ff.; ante-bellum, 445-48; after War of Secession, 561-62, 587-88; and the Farmers' Movement, 615-16; in the early twentieth century, 645; since World War I, 687-88. See also Cotton, Indigo, Rice, etc.
Aiken, D. Wyatt, 587
Aiken, Governor William, 397, 446, 529
Aikman, Mrs. Louisa A., 351
Aldrich, Judge Robert, 476, 525, 649
Aldrich, Robert, 476
Algonkian Indians, 5, 14
Allein, Attorney General Richard, 95, 96, 117
Allen, Horatio, 377
Allen, Nazareth, 437
Aliston, Washington, 476, 477-78, 497
Alston, Governor Joseph, champions up country, 358; disbands the militia, 369- 70; political difficulties of, 369-71; mentioned, 368, 416, 423
Alston, Mrs. See Burr, Theodosia
Amelia, area of, 149; settling of, 151
American Revolution, battles, 287, 288, 299- 303, 307-17, 318-19, 320-21; comparative strength and numbers in American and British armies, 291, 292, 293, 299, 302, 303, 310, 312, 315, 317, 321, 328; France's role in, 287; ravages of in S. C., 291, 294 ff. passim, 306, 310, 331; S. C.'s cxpenditure for, 329, 333; peace treaty, 329-30
Americanus. See Ford, Timothy
"American Volunteers," 299
Amherst, General Jeffrey, 180, 181
Anderson, Colonel Robert, 328
Anderson, Lt. General Richard H., 537, 539, 546, 555
Anderson, Major Robert, occupies Fort Sumter, 525, 531; and the fall of Fort Sumter, 532, 533; mentioned, 556
Andrews, Loring, 475
Andrews, Rev. John, 210
Andrews, Sidney, 556
Anglican church, as established church in colonial S. C., 24, 58, 59, 64, 104-5, 208; and Dissenter, 58, 61, 66 ff., 120 ff., 207; proportion of population in, 61; other religious groups join, 64, 208, 214; and the taking of State oaths, 108, 120 ff.; its monopoly of marriage ceremonies, 122, 207; Welsh settlers in, 155; disestablishment of as State church, 208, 210, 216, 278-80; corruption among clergy, 208-9; congregational government in, 210
Anne, Queen of England, 72, 78, 79
Ansel, Governor Martin F., 649, 654
Anti-Revolutionists, suppression of, 263
Appeals, provision for in colonial S. C., 117-18
Appius, pseudonym of R. G. Harper, 357
Apprentices' Library, 477
Arbuthnot, Admiral Matriot, 293
Archbold, John D., 641
Archdale, John, colonial governor, reforms

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