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A new map of the country of Carolina.

Map (of county divisions in the Margravate of Azilia), Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina, London, 1717

Title page, Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina ..., London, 1717

A new and exact map of the dominions of the King of Great Britain on ye continent of North America, containing Newfoundland, New Scotland, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland, Virginia and Carolina.

Carolina.

A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland : with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina /

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Delegates in Congress, September 18, 1787

North Carolina General Assembly, December 22, 1787, Act

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison and South Carolina Delegates in Congress, July 30, 1787, Agriculture

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Delegates in Congress, January 13, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Governor, December 15, 1791

[Frontispiece portrait of Mico Chlucco, the Long Warrior, or King of the Seminoles and title page of Travels through North & South Carolina] / W. Bartram, Delin. ; J. Trenchard, sculp.

Meteorological Diary, January 1792, Warrenton, North Carolina

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Senators, January 2, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Merchants, August 27, 1793

Carolina Turtle Dove

Dandy Jim, from Carolina; a popular Negro melody, as sung by B. Williams / /Lith. of Endicott.

Agricultural improvement in Virginia, Maryland, Carolina, &c ... John S. Skinner ... Henry O'Rielly. December, 1844.

Harmoneon's Carolina Melodies

J.C. Calhoun, U.S. Senator from South Carolina

Hon. George E. McDuffie of South Carolina

Hon. George E. McDuffie of South Carolina

Hon. George E. McDuffie of South Carolina

[Design drawing for stained glass rose window for First Presbyterian Church in Salisbury, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for woodwork for Lectern in Oak with large bird over gothic base for Church of the Good Shepherd, 126 Morgan Street in Raleigh, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with floral/round composition with Holy Spirit at center, fish, and architectural/arcade gate as unifying element; Charlotte, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with St. Stephen for Church of the Good Shepherd in Raleigh, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for architectural elements for Chancel treatment (with stained glass windows?) for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Earwin, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with choir of angels for St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Hartsville, South Carolina]

The seceding South Carolina delegation. Keitt, Boyce, Chestnut, M'Queen, Ashmore, Hammond, Bonham, Miles

[Portrait of Lt. Col. James T. Weaver, 60th North Carolina Regiment, C.S.A.]

Fort Sumter South Carolina, 1860 (Map)

[Colonel Joseph Walker of Co. K, 5th South Carolina Infantry Regiment, and Field and Staff, Palmetto South Carolina Sharpshooters Regiment, in uniform, two-piece belt buckle with palmetto, and sash over shoulder for officer of the day, with eagle head sword]

[William Jenkins, North Carolina soldier, in artillery uniform, with percussion musket converted from a flintlock musket]

[Lieutenant William Sharpe Barnes, F Company, 4th North Carolina Infantry in frock coat]

[Envelope addressed to Genl. Henry A. Wise, Roanoke Island, N. Carolina]

[James S. Dodd, Pvt., Co. C, 4th South Carolina Cavalry, half-length portrait, seated holding saber, facing front]

Firing on the "Star of the West" from the South Carolina battery on Morris Island, January 10, 1861

D.F. Jamieson, President of the South Carolina Convention, and Minister of War

[Unidentified soldier in North Carolina uniform with sword and revolver]

[Joshua Whitten of 45th North Carolina Infantry Regiment seated at a desk with his hand on a book]

[Brothers Private Stephen D. and Private Moses M. Boynton of Co. C, Beaufort District Troop, Hampton Legion South Carolina Cavalry Battalion, with pistol]

[Soldier in Confederate uniform and Co. D, 3rd North Carolina Volunteers Regiment hat with short sword and sheath with initials J.L.W., probably for Private John L. Wood of Co. D, 3rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with jacket issued to North Carolina troops]

[Private Eli Franklin of Company B, 1st South Carolina Infantry Regiment]

[Lieutenant Robert Pryor James of Co. E, 20th North Carolina Infantry Regiment with sword in front of painted backdrop showing sailboats near forested coastline]

[Private J.P. Robertson of Co. I, 12th South Carolina Infantry Regiment, in uniform with musket]

[Private R. Cecil Johnson of 8th Georgia Infantry Regiment and South Carolina Hampton Legion Cavalry Battalion in uniform] / F. Kuhn's Pioneer Gallery, 290 White Hall St., Atlanta.

D. L. Wardlaw to John H. Peters, Tuesday, March 26, 1861 (Offers Peters command of South Carolina forces)

[Jesse Sharpe Barnes, later captain of Co. F, 4th North Carolina Infantry, in South Carolina militia uniform with sword and pistols]

Interior of Fort Wagner, Morris Island, South Carolina

[Full page of advertisements and cartoon, "A new application of the Rarey System", showing James Buchanan holding strap "coercion" and kicking horse "Miss South Carolina"]

W.N. Chandler to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 01, 1861 (Printed Invitation to South Carolina ball)

Hon. Robert Barnwell Rhett, of South Carolina / photographed by Cook, Charleston, S.C.

[Private Philip A. Nail of Co. F, 13th North Carolina Infantry Regiment in uniform with North Carolina state seal buttons and Co. F, 3rd North Carolina Volunteers (13th North Carolina Infantry) Regiment hat]

[Captain James Dugan Gist of General & Staff Confederate States Infantry Regiment in uniform with South Carolina Volunteers kepi]

[Private Reuben Goodson of Co. G, 52nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment in uniform]

[Brothers Private Thomas D. Hilliard and Corporal John Hilliard of Co. C, 12th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, in uniform with Bowie knives]

[Brick Church, near Frogmore, St. Helena, South Carolina]

[Private Amos Guise of Co. H, 3rd South Carolina Infantry Regiment, in uniform with canteen]

[Private William Stone of Co. D, 2nd South Carolina Cavalry Regiment, in uniform] / Rees.

[Morris Island, South Carolina]

[Lewis Hicks of Company H, 53rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment with pistol in front of painted backdrop showing a gabled house]

[Morris Island, South Carolina]

North Carolina Citizens of 2nd Congressional District to Abraham Lincoln, September 1863 (Petition requesting representation in Congress)

[Folly Island, South Carolina]

[Portrait of Emanuel Rudasill, Company M, 16th North Carolina Regiment, C.S.A.]

[Morris Island, South Carolina]

South Carolina Delegation, [1864] (List)

The money crisis in the South - auction sale of a five dollar gold piece at Danville near the N. Carolina border

Railway and county map of the Southern States; embracing the States of N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee exhibiting all the towns, villages, stations, & landings; the rivers, railways, common roads, canals throughout these states.

Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dr. Lawrence's house on Carolina Street, showing the effect of the shelling on the 13th of December 1862

Sherman's bummers foraging in South Carolina

"Carolina twins," Millie and Christina

Carolina Fertilizer

U. S. S. Huron, which was lost Nov. 24, 1877 near Oregon Inlet, North Carolina

General Francis Marion, of South Carolina

[State officials of South Carolina]

Law and moonshine - crooked whiskey in North Carolina

Map of the Cincinnati, Virginia, & Carolina Railway and its connection.

Map showing the Consolidated Southern Railway, Kentucky Division--Eastern Kentucky R.R. Virginia Division--Norfolk & Cincinnati R.R. Tennessee & Carolina Division and its connections.

The Carolina, St. Lawrence River

The South Carolina delegation in the first congress under the constitution

Start of 30 [footer]s Vaquero III, Musme, Carolina, Esperanza, Wawa, [and] Asahi

That South Carolina cyclone, or the terrible tantrums of the untamable Tillman

Hon. Joseph H. Rainey M.C. South Carolina

Start of 30 [footer]s Musme, Carolina, [and] Wawa

[Waterfront hotel, possibly South Carolina]

Carolina Mazzetti

Carolina Ghidoni

S.S. CAROLINA

South Carolina

NORTH CAROLINA

South Carolina

Distilling turpentine from the crude resin in the pine forests of North Carolina

In the great pine forests of the South - gathering crude turpentine - North Carolina

Sen. Ellison D. Smith, S. Carolina

Carolina Huidobro, photograph

Dismal Swamp, North Carolina

[Bird's-eye view of Asheville, North Carolina]