United Daughters of the Confederacy Abbeville Chapter Pamphlet - Accession 140 - M67 (82)
Accession 140 - M67 (82)
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Secession Hill in located in Abbeville, South Carolina. It was the site where local citizens gathered on November 22, 1860 to adopt the ordinance of South Carolina's secession from the Union, which preceded the beginning of the American Civil War. The Hill was also the location where delegates to the December 17, 1860 secession convention in Columbia, SC were selected.
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of a pamphlet written by Mrs. Ella Cox Cromer, member of the Abbeville Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC). Its full title is “Secession Hill: Its Purchase as a Site for a Memorial Building Urged by Duaghters (sic) of the Confederacy”. It is a sketch of a famous spot in Abbeville where a secession movement in 1860 was publicly advocated.
Transferred from the Reference Department Vertical File, Dacus Library, Winthrop University
Abbeville SC, Abbeville County SC, United Daughters of th Confederacy, U.D.C., American Civil War
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "United Daughters of the Confederacy Abbeville Chapter Pamphlet - Accession 140 - M67 (82)". Finding Aid 170.
LC Subject Headings
United Daughters of the Confederacy. Abbeville Chapter (Abbeville, S.C.); Historic sites--South Carolina--Abbeville; Secession--Southern States--History; Abbeville (S.C.)--History; Women--Societies and clubs; Women--Confederate States of America--Societies and clubs; Confederate States of America--History--Societies, etc.