Historical Notes from Lancaster County South Carolina
F 277 .L2 .F58
Date of Publication
1 bound volume; 374 pages
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
Viola Caston Floyd was born in Lancaster County, SC on March 23, 1901 to John Durham Caston and Matilda Mary Ingram Caston. She was married to Henry Clyde Floyd. Floyd wrote a number of books on Lancaster County history and genealogy. She died on July 22, 1978.
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Historical Notes from Lancaster County, South Carolina consists of a collection of articles concerning the history of Lancaster County, S.C. Many of the articles are the work of the compiler. Topics include early history, the American Revolution,George Washington, Andrew Jackson, the county boundary line, War of 1812, Mexican War, American Civil War, churches, schools, politics, and buildings. Please see the attached Table of Contents.
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Lancaster County Historical Commission
Lancaster County SC, American Revolution, Local History
United States History
Floyd, Viola Caston, "Historical Notes from Lancaster County South Carolina" (1977). Rare Books. 50.