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Identifier

Accession 722

Inclusive Dates

1908-1998

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

1.0 linear foot

Language

English;

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains various items relating to the Catawba Chapter of the Daughters of the American and their records, including pieces from 1908-1998. Some of it had been filed beforehand, and so this information is kept in the order it had been received in. These folders include records of programs, correspondence of various DAR committees, and financial records of various years. There is also a bounded volume containing awards and newspaper clippings related to the Chapter. The largest amount of documents are from the mid-1960s through to the mid-1970s. Members or former members of the Catawba Chapter may find the collection useful or interesting in showing what was going at earlier times in the Chapter. Also included is a publication titled, Catawba Chapter Daughters Of The American Revolution: Historical and Genealogical Material, York County, South Carolina Volume 2 which was compiled by Mrs. H. D. Brown. The publication provides information on historical churches, graveyards, and families in York County, including Beersheba Presbyterian Church, Bethany Cemetery, Bullock Creek Burial List, Union Cemetery, Anderson Cemetery, Ebenezer Cemetery, Dawkins Family Burial Ground, the Mason: Youngblood Burial Ground, Robertson Graveyard, Spratt Graveyard, Sadder family and the property of Isaac McFadden.

Additional Notes

See also Spec. Coll. F277 .Y6 .B76x v.2

Provenance

Original accession date June 5, 1988, transferred from special collections, and placed in Miscellany. Upon accession of new additions date October 9 2019, having been acquired from the York County Library, Main via Jason Hyatt, taken out of Miscellany and placed into Manuscripts.

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Daughters of the American Revolution, Catawba Chapter Records - Accession 722

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