A Glimpse into Our Current Issues

The South Carolina Historical Magazine
Volume 116, Number 3

(Available October 2016)

  • “‘A Colored Man with the Name of Marshall’: South Carolina and the Confirmation of the Supreme Court’s First African American Justice,” by James O. Heath
  • “‘A Number of the Most Respectable Gentlemen’: Civilian Prisoners of War and Social Status in Revolutionary South Carolina, 1780–1782,” by Richard H. Tomczak
  • Reviews of eight books: Cold War Dixie: Militarization and Modernization in the American South; South Carolina Women: Their Lives and Times—Volume 3; Marching with Sherman: Through Georgia and the Carolinas with the 154th New York; Brothers Born of One Mother: British-Native American Relations in the Colonial Southeast; Murder in the State Capitol: The Biography of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Augustus Alston (1832–1879); A Golden Weed: Tobacco and Environment in the Piedmont South; Signposts: New Directions in Southern Legal History; Everyday Life in the Early English Caribbean: Irish, Africans, and the Construction of Difference
  • archives updates from the SCHS and CofC

 

Carologue
Spring 2017
Volume 32, Number 4

(Available May 2017)

  • “Dublin Hunter, a Laurens District Slave Who Bought His Freedom,” by David Nicholson and Ruth S. Nicholson
  • “‘Honored Sir’: Mark Catesby’s Letters from Carolina, 1722–1725,” by E. Charles Nelson
  • “Charleston Merchant Foodies,” by Jennifer L. Goloboy
  • “From the Archives: Spoils of War,” by Karen Stokes