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1992 Reprint of 1923. Three Rivers Historical Society. VERY FINE volume is bound in green cloth with gilt stamping on front cover and on spine. Volume is tight, bright and clean with an unblemished, squared, text block. All corners are sharp. No rips, cuts, tears, bends, creases, stains, markings or highlighting. Both tipped in maps are VERY FINE. The FINE cream-colored wrapper is stamped in black. Although we sell relatively few volumes on Amazon, we have operated 4 storefront locations over the last 39 years - now only one! - and we are very aware of the importance of condition. We sell only choice items on Amazon. Unless extremely rare, we do not deal in common Book Club editions, ex-library editions, internally stained/marked editions or any books highlighted or inked in any way. Such books we donate to six local charity thrift stores. If not satisfied with your purchase we will gladly refund your full purchase and postage costs.
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Book Description Orig. pub. Columbia 1923. Reprinted 1980, 1992, 1999, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. (ii), x , 612 pp., index + maps, illus. A pine tree on the north bank of the Black River, called the King's Tree by an early explorer, became the focal point of settlement in what is now Williamsburg County, and gave the name to the county seat. This history gives an account of settlement under the Lords Proprietors and the names of everyone who had settled there by 1737. It is particularly rich in genealogical material, contained in sketches of individuals, lists of county officers, ministers and members of churches, early documents, settlers and officials, wills with names of family members involved, sketches of Revolutionary War officials, and land claims and owners in 1788. Genealogical information is also found in the Census of 1790; taxpayers and amounts paid in 1811; Civil War muster rolls with officers, deaths, and excerpts from diaries; and lists of teachers, officers of banks, and soldiers in the Spanish-American War and World War I. In all, approximately 9000 individuals are named. General history is discussed under the topics of economic and agricultural conditions, churches, government, social life, wars, religion, roads and ferries, Nullification, transportation, slavery and Secession, Reconstruction, post-Civil War history, education, and growth and development of the county in the twentieth century. Seller Inventory # 135
Book Description Reprint Co, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11087152337X
Book Description Reprint Co, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: Brand New. reprint edition. 9.25x6.25x1.75 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 087152337X
Book Description Reprint Co, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB087152337X