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Hammet family papers, 1823-1898.

Author: Hammet family.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Summary:
Chiefly consisting of family correspondence and land documents, including letter, 7 Apr. 1825, Benjamin Hammet to Rev. T[homas] C[harlton] Henry, answering Henry's questions on religion, sin, and redemption; letter, 9 May 1853, Sumter, S.C., W[illiam] J. Hammet, to "friends of Phoenix Division No. 33," re South Carolina's need for alcohol license laws, and Sons of Temperance, and Sumter Division's call for a
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Genre/Form: Personal correspondence
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: William Capers; John Gary Evans; Benjamin Hammet; Hammett family.; William J Hammet; T Charlton Henry; Sampson Pope; Alfred Setzer; William Capers; John Gary Evans; Hammett family.; T Charlton Henry
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hammet family.
OCLC Number: 41448691
Description: 45 items and 1 v.

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Chiefly consisting of family correspondence and land documents, including letter, 7 Apr. 1825, Benjamin Hammet to Rev. T[homas] C[harlton] Henry, answering Henry's questions on religion, sin, and redemption; letter, 9 May 1853, Sumter, S.C., W[illiam] J. Hammet, to "friends of Phoenix Division No. 33," re South Carolina's need for alcohol license laws, and Sons of Temperance, and Sumter Division's call for a secession convention.

Deed, 14 July 1855, Charleston District, S.C., 11 July 1793, William Hammet to William Capers and others re construction of Methodist church; 2 manuscripts, 1860, bond of Alfred Setzer and building specifications for Manning Academy, Manning, S.C.; speech, 2 July 1861, entitled "Friendship," delivered at Mayesville Academy, Mayesville, S.C.

Letter, 17 Oct. 1864, Sumter, S.C., from "Charlie," to B. Hammet, re yellow fever outbreak in Charleston, S.C. and Wilmington, N.C., and destruction and mortality due to Civil War; broadside, 1 Nov. 1894, Barnwell, S.C., "Address to the Democracy," re John Gary Evans' gubernatorial candidacy, constitutional convention, warning voters against supporting Sampson Pope, and hoping the Independent ticket secures the black vote; and undated essay re westward expansion of the United States.

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