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The Resource Hidden history of Aiken County, Tom Mack

Hidden history of Aiken County, Tom Mack

Label
Hidden history of Aiken County
Title
Hidden history of Aiken County
Statement of responsibility
Tom Mack
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Mack, Tom
Dewey number
975.7/75
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
F277.A3
LC item number
M22 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aiken County (S.C.)
  • Aiken County (S.C.)
  • Aiken County (S.C.)
  • Aiken County (S.C.)
Label
Hidden history of Aiken County, Tom Mack
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [123]-125)
Contents
Hernando de Soto Crosses the River : 1540 -- Triple Betrayal Marks Native American Residency during Colonial Period : 1663-1783 -- From Rags to Riches to Rags: Henry Shultz Follows a Dream : 1821 -- The Railroad Comes to Town : 1833 -- Most Edgefield Pottery Actually Made in What is Now Aiken County : 1836 -- Sex Scandal Rocks the State's Power Elite : 1843 -- William Gregg Builds a Factory of Granite : 1845 -- Aikenite Invents Plastic Cotton : 1846 -- County Offers Sanctuary to Nineteenth-Century Botanist : 1853 -- Two Principal Adversaries at the Battle of Aiken are "Frenemies" : 1865 -- Civil War Memoirist Calls Aiken His Home : 1865 -- Quaker Spinster Becomes Important Civil Rights Advocate : 1868 -- Croft Leaves His Stamp on Adopted Community : 1870 -- Graniteville Murder Remains Subject of Abiding Controversy : 1876 -- Massacre and Riots Mark Reconstruction Politics in County : 1876 -- The "Aiken Gamecock" Points the Way to State's Constitutional Convention : 1887 -- Aiken Launches Career of Nation's "Assistant President" : 1900 -- James U. Jackson Revisits the Dream of a Town on the River : 1906 -- Aiken Mansion Boasts Two Significant Literary Links : 1910 -- Aiken Has Ties to Titanic Tragedy : 1912 -- Aiken Retains Tangible Links to Presidential Love Triangle : 1918 -- "The Black Caruso" Gets His Start at Palmetto Park and Pond : 1932 -- Fred Astaire Makes Aiken His Winter Home : 1933 -- Abdicated King Finds Solace in Aiken : 1936 -- German P.O.W. Camp Bears Witness to Daring Escape and Brutal Murder : 1943-46 -- Aiken County Revives the Political Ambitions of Strom Thurmond : 1951 -- Residents of Ellenton Become H-Bomb's First Victims : 1952 -- Joye to Juilliard : Grand Aiken Home Has Second (and Third) Life : 1989
Control code
ocn811601529
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9781609496906
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012039304
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)811601529
Label
Hidden history of Aiken County, Tom Mack
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [123]-125)
Contents
Hernando de Soto Crosses the River : 1540 -- Triple Betrayal Marks Native American Residency during Colonial Period : 1663-1783 -- From Rags to Riches to Rags: Henry Shultz Follows a Dream : 1821 -- The Railroad Comes to Town : 1833 -- Most Edgefield Pottery Actually Made in What is Now Aiken County : 1836 -- Sex Scandal Rocks the State's Power Elite : 1843 -- William Gregg Builds a Factory of Granite : 1845 -- Aikenite Invents Plastic Cotton : 1846 -- County Offers Sanctuary to Nineteenth-Century Botanist : 1853 -- Two Principal Adversaries at the Battle of Aiken are "Frenemies" : 1865 -- Civil War Memoirist Calls Aiken His Home : 1865 -- Quaker Spinster Becomes Important Civil Rights Advocate : 1868 -- Croft Leaves His Stamp on Adopted Community : 1870 -- Graniteville Murder Remains Subject of Abiding Controversy : 1876 -- Massacre and Riots Mark Reconstruction Politics in County : 1876 -- The "Aiken Gamecock" Points the Way to State's Constitutional Convention : 1887 -- Aiken Launches Career of Nation's "Assistant President" : 1900 -- James U. Jackson Revisits the Dream of a Town on the River : 1906 -- Aiken Mansion Boasts Two Significant Literary Links : 1910 -- Aiken Has Ties to Titanic Tragedy : 1912 -- Aiken Retains Tangible Links to Presidential Love Triangle : 1918 -- "The Black Caruso" Gets His Start at Palmetto Park and Pond : 1932 -- Fred Astaire Makes Aiken His Winter Home : 1933 -- Abdicated King Finds Solace in Aiken : 1936 -- German P.O.W. Camp Bears Witness to Daring Escape and Brutal Murder : 1943-46 -- Aiken County Revives the Political Ambitions of Strom Thurmond : 1951 -- Residents of Ellenton Become H-Bomb's First Victims : 1952 -- Joye to Juilliard : Grand Aiken Home Has Second (and Third) Life : 1989
Control code
ocn811601529
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9781609496906
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012039304
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)811601529

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