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=== Cotton  ===
 
=== Cotton  ===
  

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Cotton

The cotton industry was very important to South Carolina's economy. Cotton mills experienced tremendous growth in the state following the Civil War.[1] An 1880 directory describes the state's cotton mills:

  • The Cotton Mills of South Carolina. Their Names, Location, Capacity and History [From the News and Courier, of Charleston, S.C.] Charleston, S.C.: The News and Courier Book Presses, 1880. Digital version at Google Books.

Doctors

  • Waring, Joseph Ioor. A History of Medicine in South Carolina, 1670-1825. 3 vols. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1964-1971. FHL has vols. 1 & 3: FHL Book 975.7 H2wj

Gunsmiths

  • Whisker, James B. Gunsmiths of the Carolinas, 1660-1870. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993. FHL Book 975 U2w

Lawyers

For a history, see:

  • Brooks, U.R. South Carolina Bench and Bar. Columbia, S.C.: The State Company, 1906. Digital version of Volume 1 at Google Books.

For biographies, see:

Metalworkers

  • Scarborough, Quincy. Carolina Metalworkers: Coppersmiths, Pewterers, Tinsmiths of North Carolina and South Carolina. Fayetteville, N.C.: Q. Scarborough, 1995. FHL Book 975 U2s

Silversmiths

For a history, see:

  • Burton, E. Milby. South Carolina Silversmiths, 1690-1860. Charleston, S.C.: Charleston Museum, 1942. FHL Book 975.7 U23d
 
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