The Charlestown Directory for 1782 and The Charleston Directory for 1785 - Accession 715 #63
Accession 715 #63
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
1 bound volume; 24 pages
Founded in 1670, Charleston, South Carolina was the leading city in the South from colonial times to the American Civil War. Its wealth and prominence were derived in part from the export of rice and sea island cotton. The city served as the home of many wealthy merchants, landowners, and officials.
Scope and Content Note
The Charlestown Directory for 1782 and The Charleston Directory for 1785 with a foreword by Mary A. Sparkman is a reprint by the Historical Commission of Charleston, S.C. with the permission of the Trustees of the Charleston Library Society in 1951.
Gift of the South Carolina Historical Commission in July 1951
Genealogy, Charleston SC
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "The Charlestown Directory for 1782 and The Charleston Directory for 1785 - Accession 715 #63". Finding Aid 877.