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Broke by the War: Letters of a Slave Trader - Drago, Edmund L.

Chiefly correspondence from Carolina slave trader A.J. McElveen to his employer Ziba B. Oakes. Provides a look into the world of slave trading and its impact on both the slaves themselves and the participants.

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The Politics of Public Memory: Tourism, History, and Ethnicity in Monterey, California - Norkunas, Martha K.

Examines American public culture and the means by which communities in the U.S. reconstruct the past and reinterpret the present in the development of tourism.

Object Type: Library

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Protecting the Past From Natural Disasters - Nelson, Carl L.

Shows how those who care for our past can prepare for, respond to, and recover from the next natural disaster.

Object Type: Library

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South Carolina: The WPA Guide to the Palmetto State - Edgar, Walter B., 1943-

Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of South Carolina, this Guide features essays on a variety of topics ranging from history to cookery; detailed descriptions of the towns in the state with populations over 10,000; and detailed tours to all sections of the state.

Object Type: Library

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The Last Foray: The South Carolina Planters of 1860, a Sociological Study - Davidson, Chalmers Gaston, 1907-

Attempts to bring forth the contributions of the plantation aristocracy to counter the stereotypes.

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Trade Catalogues at Winterthur : a Guide to the Literature of Merchandising, 1750 to 1980 - McKinstry, E. Richard

Reference book to the collection of Winterthur's trade catalogues. Useful for the study of decorative arts and American material culture.

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Charleston: A Historic Walking Tour - Foster, Mary Preston

A photographic "walking tour" of some of Charleston's most significant buildings and streets within the following areas: Meeting Street Loop, Legare Street Loop, and Ansonborough.

Object Type: Library