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A history of the University of South Carolina,

Author: Edwin L Green
Publisher: Columbia, S.C., The State Co., 1916.
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The present volume covers the life of the institution from Governor Drayton's message in 1801 to the resignation of President Mitchell in 1913. The minutes of the board of trustees and of the faculty have been consulted on all points. All other material that could throw light on any phase of the University's life has been examined. - Preface.
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Genre/Form: History
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Green, Edwin L. (Edwin Luther), 1870-1948.
History of the University of South Carolina.
Columbia, S.C., The State Co., 1916
(OCoLC)612676826
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin L Green
OCLC Number: 1633198
Description: 475 pages illustrations, plates, portraits, plan 24 cm
Contents: The founding of the College at Columbia --
South Carolina College opened ; President Maxcy's administration --
President Cooper ; Nullification ; Trial for heresy ; Low state of the College --
Reorganization of the College ; New buildings ; Administrations of Robert W. Barnwell, Robert Henry and William C. Preston --
The administrations of James H. Thornwell, Charles F. McCay, Augustus B. Longstreet --
War days --
The University of South Carolina --
South Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanics --
The South Carolina College again ; President John M. McBryde, 1882-1888 --
The second University, 1888-1891 --
The third South Carolina College, 1891-1906 --
The University of South Carolina, 1906 --
The lands of the University --
Buildings --
The curriculum --
Trustees, faculty, rewards, punishments, session, chapel --
Law school --
Student life on the campus --
The honor system --
Clariosophic and Euphradian literary societies --
The library --
Steward's Hall --
Cost of the University to the state ; Salaries ; Student expenses ; Scholarships --
The University and the state --
Appendix. Extract from the diary of Edward Hooker --
From the ms. autobiography of William J. Grayson --
Extract from the ms. autobiography of William C. Preston --
Travels through North America during the years 1825 and 1826 / Bernard, Duke of Saxe-Weimar Eisenach --
Travels in North America in the years 1827 and 1828 / Basil Hall --
Thomas Cooper to Thomas Jefferson --
Thomas Cooper to James Madison --
Thomas Cooper to Thomas Jefferson --
Verses from an old note book --
Letters of a student of the late 50s --
The South Carolina College cadets / Irdell Jones --
South Carolina College cadets in the war / Washington A. Clark --
Letter of Professor R.W. Barnwell in the Southern Guardian of May 4, 1861 --
Alumni of the South Carolina College who died in the service of the Confederacy --
The South Carolina College as a hospital --
Two letters from alumni concerning the first University --
The Negro in possession, 1873-1877 --
Address of Major Benjamin Sloan before the alumni, June 10, 1913 --
The Alumni Association --
Recipients of the Master of Arts degree in the antebellum College --
Comparative attendance of students and graduates --
Trustees --
Presidents of the University of South Carolina, 1801-1915 --
Physical directors --
Physicians in charge of the infirmary --
Secretaries of the Board of Trustees --
Secretaries of the faculty --
Treasurers and librarians --
Garnet and black --
Student self-help --
Publications --
List of bulletins issued from the University of South Carolina --
Honorary degrees.
Responsibility: by Edwin L. Green.

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The present volume covers the life of the institution from Governor Drayton's message in 1801 to the resignation of President Mitchell in 1913. The minutes of the board of trustees and of the faculty have been consulted on all points. All other material that could throw light on any phase of the University's life has been examined. - Preface.

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