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Marcia Lynn's Library of Books & Pamphlets

denotes most recent additions to Marcia Lynn's collection that she is presently perusing

Hardcover

  • A Pictorial History of Horry County, complied by the Horry Independent Newspaper
  • Colonial South Carolina, A Political History: 1663-1763 by M. Eugene Sirmans
  • Colonial Histories South Carolina by Eugenia Burney
  • Dear Grace by Marjory Goldfinch Ward
  • Horry County: 1730-1993 by Catherine H. Lewis
  • Revolutionary War Continental Army Pay Records by NSDAR (Pierce's Register)
  • So Much to be Thankful For by Roy Talbert, Jr.
  • South Carolina Marriages: 1688-1799 by Brent H. Holcomb
  • South Carolina Marriages: 1800-1820 by Brent H. Holcomb
  • South Carolina Deed Abstracts Vol. I
  • South Carolina Deed Abstracts Vol. II
  • South Carolina Deed Abstracts Vol. III
  • South Carolina Deed Abstracts Vol. IV
  • The Kingston Presbyterian Church, 1858-1958 by Paul Quattlebaum
  • The Spirit of Living in and Around Calabash by Capt. Harold Hickman
  • The Life and Times of Robert F.W. Allston by Anthony Q. Devereux
  • The New Simms History of South Carolina, Centennial edition 1840-1940 by Mary C. Simms Oliphant
  • This Remote Part of the Word: Regional Formation in Lower Cape Fear 1725-1775 by Bradford J. Wood

Softcover

  • Hurricane Hazel in the Carolinas by Jay Barnes
  • Berry's Blue Book: A Book of Historical Interviews by C.B. Berry
  • Defending South Carolina's Coast: The Civil War from Georgetown to Little River by Rick Simmons
  • Myrtle Beach and Conway in Vintage Postcards by Susan Hoffer McMillan
  • Old Times in Horry County, A Narrative History by Randall A. Wells
  • The Independent Republic - A Survey of Horry County South Carolina History by Dr. A. Goff Bedford

Booklets, Pamphlets, & Manuscripts

  • The Descendants of Joshua Gore by B.Otis Prince
  • Merchants, Traders and Manufacters in 1902: Georgetown and Horry County
  • Merchants, Traders and Manufacters in 1928: Horry County

Digital Titles

  • South Carolina women in the confederacy
  • History and condition of the Catawba Indians of South Carolina
  • Constitutional history of South Carolina from 1725 to 1775
  • The history of South Carolina in the revolution, 1775-1780
  • The history of South Carolina in the revolution, 1780-1783
  • A voice from South Carolina
  • The history of Methodism in South Carolina
  • School history of South Carolina
  • History of higher education in South Carolina
  • The making of South Carolina
  • South Carolina. Her wrongs and the remedy
  • The journal of Alexander Chesney : a South Carolina loyalist in the revolution and after
  • A contribution to the history of the Huguenots of South Carolina
  • The history of South Carolina. From its first European discovery to its erection into a republic
  • Rambles in the Pee Dee Basin south Carolina - Volume 1
  • History of the old Cheraws: containing an account of the aborigines of the Pedee, the first white settlements, their subsequent progress, civil changes, the struggle of the revolution, and growth of the country afterward; extending from about A.D. 1730 to 1810, with notices of families and sketches of individuals
  • The history of a brigade of South Carolinians, known first as "Gregg's" and subsequently as "McGowan's brigade."
  • The newspaper press of Charleston, S.C. : a chronological and biographical history, embracing a period of one hundred and forty years
  • The mission of South Carolina to Virginia
  • The History of South Carolina
  • History of the Holy Communion Church Institute, of Charleston, South Carolina
  • A sketch of the history of South Carolina to the close of the proprietary government by the revolution of 1719, with an appendix containing many valuable records hitherto unpublished
  • History of the American Negro - South Carolina
  • The romance of lower Carolina; historic, romantic and traditional incidents of the Colonial and revolutionary eras History of the Fourth regiment of South Carolina volunteers, from the commencement of the war until Lee's surrender. Giving a full account of all its movements, fights and hardships of all kinds. Also a very correct account of the travels and fights of the Army of northern Virginia ... This book is a copy of letters written in Virginia at the time by the author and sent home to his family
  • The siege of Savannah in December, 1864, and the Confederate operations in Georgia and the third military district of South Carolina during General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the sea
  • Journal of the Commissioners of the navy of South Carolina October 9, 1776-March 1, 1779, July 22, 1779-March 23, 1780
  • Historical collections of South Carolina; embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other documents, relating to the history of that state from its first discovery to its independence, in the year 1776 Volume 1
  • Historical collections of South Carolina; embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other documents, relating to the history of that state from its first discovery to its independence, in the year 1776 Volume 2
  • Journal of the Convention of the people of South Carolina
  • South Carolina as a royal province, 1719-1776
  • The early period of reconstruction in South Carolina
  • Proceedings of the Tax-payers' Convention of South Carolina
  • A brief sketch of the life and military services of Arthur P. Hayne, of Charleston, South Carolina
  • An historical account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, from the first settlement of the province, to the war of the revolution; with notices of the present state of the church in each parish: and some account of the early civil history of Carolina, never before published.
  • History of South Carolina: from its first settlement in 1670 to the year 1808 Volume 1
  • History of South Carolina: from its first settlement in 1670 to the year 1808 Volume 2
  • The history of South Carolina under the proprietary government, 1670-1719
  • The colonial history of the Heyward family of South Carolina, 1670-1770
  • A history of the upper country of South Carolina : from the earliest periods to the close of the War of Independence
  • History of the New England society of Charleston, South Carolina, for one hundred years, 1819-1919
  • The Jews of South Carolina, from the earliest times to the present day


As Marcia Lynn continues to purchase titles and her personal library continually expands, so shall this section listing the collections. It is Marcia Lynn's desire that her collection one day be part of a Little River Museum or a Little River section of the Horry County Museum and/or Historical Society.

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