Current Issues

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South Carolina Historical Magazine
Volume 114, Number 3

  • “ ‘I Am Afraid to Venture until the New Constitution’: John Kean and the Ratification Debate in South Carolina,” by Jonathan Mercantini
  • “Complicated Sympathies: John C. Calhoun’s Sentimental Union and the South,” by Zoltán Vajda
  • “ ‘Little Better than a Heap of Rubbish’: History, Legend, and the Archaeological Record at Camden,” by Kenneth E. Lewis
  • Reviews of eight books: Letters from a War Bird: The World War I Correspondence of Elliott White Springs; The Battles of Kings Mountain and Cowpens: The American Revolution in the Southern Backcountry; The South Carolina Diary of Reverend Archibald Simpson, part 1, May 1754–April 1770, and part 2, April 1770–March 1784; The African American Odyssey of John Kizell: A South Carolina Slave Returns to Fight the Slave Trade in His African Homeland; The Life and Times of Mary Musgrove; Ambiguous Anniversary: The Bicentennial of the International Slave Trade Bans; Cavalry of the American Revolution; Presbyterians in North Carolina: Race, Politics, and Religious Identity in Historical Perspective
  • archives updates and news from the SCHS and the College of Charleston

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Spring 2014
Volume 29, Number 4
(Available April 2014)

  • ” ‘Too good to last’: The Lost Seaside Village of Edisto Island,” by Lauren Nivens
    • “Richard Greener and Belton O’Neall Townsend,” by Rachel Haynie
      • “A Swede in South Carolina: The Travels of Rosalie Roos, 1851-1855,” by Karen Stokes