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South Carolina (U.S.)

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Geographic entity type Province/state


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Article E. Charles Nelson (2023)
Mark Catesby, Cromwell Mortimer and Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1730–1748): Summarizing Catesby's The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama islands. Archives of Natural History (pp. 295-303). (/isis/citation/CBB183496623/) unapi

Article Meg Gaillard (2023)
While I Breathe, I Hope: The South Carolina Archaeological Archive Flood Recovery Project. Historical Archaeology (pp. 504-516). (/isis/citation/CBB358550815/) unapi

Article Leslie K. Overstreet; Henrietta Mcburney; Roger Gaskell (2023)
A variant issue of Mark Catesby’s Natural history of Carolina (volume 1, issued 1729–1732) given to John Bartram. Archives of Natural History (pp. 177-190). (/isis/citation/CBB086100821/) unapi

Article Lauret Savoy (2023)
Reconciling Sites of Memory and Loss: Place, a Poetics of Geology, and the Implicated Writer. Environmental History (pp. 26-39). (/isis/citation/CBB020065496/) unapi

Article Rachel Morgan (2022)
Agricultural Extension Programs and Small Finds from Home Sites of Rural Black Leaders. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 885-907). (/isis/citation/CBB802155334/) unapi

Thesis Hannah Nicole Patton (2021)
A Culture of Control: Progressive Era Eugenics in South Carolina as a Continuation of Created White Supremacy. (/isis/citation/CBB101167558/) unapi

Book Justene Hill Edwards (2021)
Unfree markets : The slaves' economy and the rise of capitalism in South Carolina. (/isis/citation/CBB270402284/) unapi

Book Lorri Glover (2020)
Eliza Lucas Pinckney: An Independent Woman in the Age of Revolution. (/isis/citation/CBB373690404/) unapi

Book Christina Rae Butler (2020)
Lowcountry at High Tide: A History of Flooding, Drainage, and Reclamation in Charleston, South Carolina. (/isis/citation/CBB376520456/) unapi

Article Andrew Gutkowski (2020)
The Evolution of Environmental (In)Justice in Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1900–2000. Journal of American History (pp. 923-948). (/isis/citation/CBB760979485/) unapi

Article Madeleine Ware; Cara Delay; Beth Sundstrom (2020)
Abortion and Black Women's Health Networks in South Carolina, 1940–70. Gender and History (pp. 637-656). (/isis/citation/CBB099616589/) unapi

Book Hayden (Hayden R.) Smith (2020)
Carolina's golden fields: inland rice cultivation in the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1670-1860. (/isis/citation/CBB273348836/) unapi

Article Carmen V. Harris (2019)
The South Carolina Home in Black and White: Race, Gender, and Power in Home Demonstration Work. Agricultural History (pp. 477-501). (/isis/citation/CBB904806755/) unapi

Book Alan H Brush (2018)
Mark Catesby's Legacy: Natural History Then and Now. (/isis/citation/CBB780188314/) unapi

Book Mark Kinzer (2017)
Nature's Return: An Environmental History of Congaree National Park. (/isis/citation/CBB634126477/) unapi

Article Kenneth Collins (2016)
Levi Myers (1767–1822): An Eighteenth Century Glasgow Medical Graduate From South Carolina. Journal of Medical Biography (pp. 275-280). (/isis/citation/CBB812814474/) unapi

Article Howard Wayt (2016)
Railroad Tracks belonging to the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company, c.1839–1852. IA. The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology (pp. 19-36). (/isis/citation/CBB033164382/) unapi

Chapter Simpson, Marcus B., Jr. (2015)
John Lawson's a New Voyage to Carolina and His "Compleat History": The Mark Catesby Connection. In: The Curious Mister Catesby: A "Truly Ingenious" Naturalist Explores New Worlds (pp. 71-84). (/isis/citation/CBB982259479/) unapi

Chapter Suzanne Linder Hurley (2015)
Mark Catesby's Carolina Adventure. In: The Curious Mister Catesby: A "Truly Ingenious" Naturalist Explores New Worlds (pp. 109-126). (/isis/citation/CBB127637255/) unapi

Article Dangerfield, David W. (2015)
Turning the Earth: Free Black Yeomanry in the Antebellum South Carolina Lowcountry. Agricultural History (pp. 200-224). (/isis/citation/CBB001422239/) unapi

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