|Title||Maryville, South Carolina: An All-Black Town and its White Neighbors|
|Author||Hutcheson, Allen Carrington|
Explores the history of Maryville, South Carolina.
Contents: Maryville in the 1920s -- Black towns in America: models for Maryville? -- Maryville under pressure: the state constitution and the chain store tax -- Maryville's latter days. Includes photographs of homes, churches, and stores; also includes plat of Maryville.
African Americans--South Carolina--Maryville--History
By Allen Carrington Hutcheson.
Thesis (A.B., Honors in History and Literature)--Harvard University.
"November 20, 1995."
79 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 71-79).
Given to HCF Archives by Sarah Fick, Aug. 10, 2015, who acquired a copy from the Avery Research Center, Carr Family Papers.
Filed in the Maryville file, Miscellaneous Property Files, Neighborhoods/Areas (2006.001.005).
|Object ID #||2015.002.067|