Current Issues

A glimpse into our current issues:

South Carolina Historical Magazine
Volume 114, Number 4

  • “Beyond Expectation: How Charles Town’s ‘Pious and Well-Disposed Christians’ Changed Their Minds about Slave Education during the Great Awakening,” by Fred Witzig
  • “Catholics, Constitutions, and Conventions: Bishop John England and the Democratization of American Catholicism,” by William S. Cossen
  • Reviews of eight books: America’s Longest Siege: Charleston, Slavery, and the Slow March toward Civil War; When South Carolina Was an Armed Camp: The Reconstruction Essays of Belton O’Neall Townsend; A Demand of Blood: The Cherokee War of 1776; Cry Liberty: The Great Stono River Slave Rebellion of 1739; Selected Letters of Anna Heyward Taylor: South Carolina Artist and World Traveler; Moments of Despair: Suicide, Divorce, and Debt in Civil War Era North Carolina; Family Values in the Old South; Hunting and Fishing in the New South: Black Labor and White Leisure after the Civil War
  • archives updates and news from the SCHS and the College of Charleston

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Fall 2014
Volume 30, Number 2
(Available October 2014)

  • “The Great Catesby,” by Michael Pratt
  • “Hugo: Charleston’s Storm of the Century,” by Steve Estes
  • “‘Your affectionate but distressed brother’: Discord in the Moultrie Family during the Revolutionary War,” by C. L. Bragg
  • “A Permanent Home for the Ross E. Beard Jr. Collection,” by Rickie Good