Joseph Daniel Pope Address to South Carolina College - Accession 1542 M752 (809)
Accession 1542 - M752 (809)
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Joseph Daniel Pope (1820-1908) was born in St. Helena Parish, SC on April 6, 1820. He graduated from the University of Georgia and later was admitted to the bar in 1854. He practiced law in Beaufort, SC. He was signer of the South Carolina Ordinance of Secession and championed the southern cause. After the end of the American Civil War he moved to Columbia, SC where he practices law until he was made Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina in 1884 and continued as a professor until retiring in 1900. Pope died on March 21, 1908 in Columbia, SC.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of a bulletin titled, The State And The College: An address Delivered In The College Chapel Of The South Carolina College On The 13th Of May, 1892, At The Request Of The Law Association Of The College by Joseph Daniel Pope, LL. D., Professor Of Law which was printed by the Presbyterian Publishing House, Columbia, SC in 1892. The address focuses on the history and advantages of the South Carolina College (now University of South Carolina) to the state of South Carolina. It discusses the history of the state and how the South Carolina College has impacted it's growth and the impact it's graduates have had on the state and beyond.
The Joseph Daniel Pope Address to South Carolina College was transferred from the Ida Jane Dacus Library on May 25, 2016.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Joseph Daniel Pope Address to South Carolina College - Accession 1542 M752 (809)". Finding Aid 1220.