South Carolina Militia, Fourth Brigade Account Book - Accession 609
January 1, 1861 to October 1861
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of microfiched copies of lists, receipts, and expenditures relating to the South Carolina Militia, under General David Flavel Jamison (Jamieson, SIC) (1810-1864) and president of South Carolina’s Secession Convention in December 1860. The account book starts on January 1, 1861 before the Confederate States Army was officially established in late February–early March 1861, continues through the bombardment of Fort Sumter in Charleston, SC (April 1861), and up until October 1861. General Jamison’s son, David Rumph Jamison (1834-1908), was with his father during the bombardment of Fort Sumter and was a quartermaster during the American Civil War for the Confederacy and may have been the author of the South Carolina Militia Account Book.
The microfiche was purchased from the South Carolina Historical Society.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "South Carolina Militia, Fourth Brigade Account Book - Accession 609". Finding Aid 1054.
LC Subject Headings
South Carolina. Militia. Brigade, Fourth; Confederate States of America. Army--Appropriations and expenditures; South Carolina--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Sources
There are digital scans of the microfiche available for use in the Pettus Archives Research Area.