Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from Richard C. Bridges to his sister Carrie from the hospital where he was recovering from a wound to his leg; recounts the fortunes of friends in the Crystal Springs Company; vows to fight for revenge after all is lost.
Toal, Jean; Women legislators -- South Carolina; Elections -- South Carolina; Equal Rights Amendments; Journalism; Home rule; Banking law -- South Carolina; Budget -- South Carolina; South Carolina. Judicial Branch;
Oral interview conducted with South Carolina legislator Jean Toal for the Southern Women Legislators Project.
Books reviewed are:Donald R. Adams, Jr., Finance and Enterprise in Early America: A Study of Stephen Girards Bank 1812-1831 Reviewed by Michelle Hamer; Fred Bateman, Editor, Business in the New South: A Historical Perspective (Reviewed by Horace R....
Patterson, Elizabeth Johnston ; Women legislators -- South Carolina; Johnston, Olin D. (Oline Dewitt), 1896-1965); Elections -- South Carolina; Domestic violence; Women's issues; Education -- South Carolina; Equal Rights Amendments;
Oral interview conducted with South Carolina legislator Elizabeth Patterson for the Southern Women Legislators Project.
Finance, public -- Georgia -- History;Verelst, Harman;Colonial administrators -- Accounting
Stewardship reporting was an important tool in the establishment and development of the American Colonies. In 1732 the King of England created the Colony of Georgia as a haven for England's "worthy poor." A corporate trust was established to...
Affleck, Thomas, 1812-1868. The Cotton Plantation Record and Account Book
Cotton growing -- Accounting
During the antebellum period of United States history, the southern states generated an unprecedented amount of wealth through a well developed plantation system that produced vast quantities of cotton, sugar, and tobacco. To date, very little has...