Internal Improvement in South Carolina, 1817-1828
TA 24 .S6 K6
Date of Publication
1 bound volume; 633 pages
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David Kohn was a textile engineer in Columbia, S.C. The son of Theodore Kohn, he was born in Orangeburg, S.C. in 1880. He was married to Camille Lansburg Jacobs. He died in Columbia, S.C. in 1973 and is buried in the Hebrew Benevolent Society Cemetery. David Kohn's brother was August Kohn, a journalist and author.
Internal Improvement in South Carolina is a compilation of reports of the S.C. Superintendent of Public Works and various pamphlets, letters, newspaper clippings, maps and other documents chronicling the condition, improvements, and fiscal reports of roads, public buildings, water systems, canals, and other public works in South Carolina from 1817 through 1828. Please see the attached scans of the Contents, Illustrations, and Index.
Gift of the editor and compiler
Public Works, South Carolina History, Rivers, Roads, Railroads, Canals
Engineering | History | History of Science, Technology, and Medicine | Social History
Kohn, David and Glenn, Bess, "Internal Improvement in South Carolina, 1817-1828" (1938). Rare Books. 53.