Current Issues

A glimpse into our current issues:

South Carolina Historical Magazine
Volume 115, Number 3

(Available June 2015)

  • “‘They Are Supposed to Be Lurking about the City’: Enslaved Women Runaways in Antebellum Charleston,” by Amani T. Marshall
  • “The Big House and the Madhouse: Institutional Reform and the State in Tillman-Era South Carolina,” by Kevin Krause
  • Reviews of eight books: Shrill Hurrahs: Women, Gender, and Racial Violence in South Carolina, 1865–1900; Deadly Censorship: Murder, Honor, and Freedom of the Press; Crossing the Line: Women’s Interracial Activism in South Carolina during and after World War II; The Charleston Orphan House: Children’s Lives in the First Public Orphanage in America; On the Rim of the Caribbean: Colonial Georgia and the British Atlantic World; Crafting Lives: African American Artisans in New Bern, North Carolina, 1770–1900; We Have Raised All of You: Motherhood in the South, 1750–1835; An Empire of Small Places: Mapping the Southeastern Anglo-Indian Trade, 1732–1795
  • archives updates from the SCHS

Summer 2015
Volume 31, Number 1

(Available July 2015)

  • “Wedding Season: A Glimpse at Wedding Photographs in the Collections of the South Carolina Historical Society,” by Lauren Nivens
  • “Our Colleague, Mark Catesby,” by Amy Hackney Blackwell and Patrick D. McMillan
  • “Finding My Haskell Ancestors: A Family History Journey,” by Sara Cheves Fair