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History Of Greenville County, South Carolina : Narrative And Biographical On CD

History Of Greenville County, South Carolina : Narrative And Biographical On CD

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Richardson, James McDowell. History of Greenville County, South Carolina : narrative and biographical Atlanta, Ga.: A.H. Cawston, 1930, 333 pgs. Part I. Chapter I. Before the white man Part I. Chapter II. Traders, hunters and cattle men Part I. Chapter III. Fort Prince George built Part I. Chapter IV. The first Cherokee War Part I. Chapter V. Pre-revolutionary settlers on Greenville County lands Part I. Chapter VI. The Revolution begins--Battle of Great Cane Brake Part I. Chapter VII. Indian massacre of 1776 Part I. Chapter VIII. The years of banditry Part I. Chapter IX. Formation of the county and early land owners Part I. Chapter X. Pleasantburg--Early town of Greenville Part I. Chapter XI. Early political life Part I. Chapter XII. From 1830 to 1860 Part I. Chapter XIII. Nullification and secession Part I. Chapter XIV. War and reconstruction Part I. Chapter XV. Marking time--1876 to 1895 Part I. Chapter XVI. The growth of manufacturing Part I. Chapter XVII. Transportation facilities Part I. Chapter XVIII. Educational facilities Part I. Chapter XIX. Cities and towns Part I. Chapter XX. Political subdivisions and government Part I. Conclusion Part I. Principal references used Part II. Statement Part II. Biographical sketches of leading citizens of Greenville County, South Carolina Non-Indexed Pages #2 Non-Indexed Pages #3 Part II. Biographical index


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