Letter to His Excellency Governor Manning on Public Instruction in South Carolina - Accession 1280 - M627 (681)
Accession 1280 - M627 (681)
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1 bound volume
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of a bound version of a letter sent to South Carolina Governor John Lawrence Manning (1816-1889) regarding problems with Public schools in South Carolina. The letter was written by James Henley Thornwell (1812-1862) and was published in 1853 in Columbia. Thornwell was an American Presbyterian preacher and religious writer from South Carolina. He supported the Confederacy and preached a doctrine that claimed slavery to be morally right and justified by the tenets of Christianity.
This volume was transferred from Special Collections.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Letter to His Excellency Governor Manning on Public Instruction in South Carolina - Accession 1280 - M627 (681)". Finding Aid 905.
LC Subject Headings
Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862--Correspondence; Manning, John L. (John Lawrence), 1816-1889--Correspondence; Education--South Carolina