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White family papers, 1933;,undated.

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Creator: White family.
Collection number: 1391
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Abstract: Two typed, unascribed documents, “White Family of Lancaster County, S.C.” (undated, 16 p.) and “History of the Whites” (1933, 31 p.), histories of the White and related families of York and Lancaster counties, S.C., and other locations, which include reminiscences and typed transcriptions of letters. Reminiscences discuss Indians, the Revolutionary War, and slavery in north piedmont South Carolina and other aspects of life in that area. Letters include one from Lowndes County, Ala., 1854, describing a trip from South Carolina to Alabama; and one from A. Bowie, Talladega, Ala., 1855, about the value of wives to husbands, radical developments in the North, and other matters.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Included are reminiscences of slavery in the north piedmont area of South Carolina. Microfilm only.

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