Carolina’s Lost Communities

Session 2 – Resources for “The French Connection and an Antebellum Academy”   (Scott Withrow presentation)

Books:

Butler, John.  The Huguenots in America:  A Refugee People in a New World Society.  Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Harvard University Press, 1983.

Few, Mary Dodgen.  Azilie of Bordeaux.   Greenwood, South Carolina:  Carolina Editions, Inc., 1973.  A novel about the Huguenots in New Bordeaux, South Carolina.

Edmonds, Bobby.  The Making of McCormick County.  Columbia, South Carolina:  The R. L. Bryan Company, 1999.

_________  The Huguenots of New Bordeaux.  McCormick, South Carolina:  Cedar Hill Unltd., 2005.

_________  A Culture Lost to Thurmond Lake.  McCormick, South Carolina:  Cedar Hill Unltd., 2015.

Hirsch, Arthur. The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina.  London:  Archon Books, 1962.  (originally published by Duke University Press, 1928).

Kane, Sharyn and Richard Keeton.  Beneath the Waters:   Archaeological and Historical Studies of 11,500 Years Along the Savannah River.  U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.  Interagency Archaeological Services Division National Park Service – Southeast Region, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994.

Kidd, Thomas S.  American Colonial History:  Clashing Cultures and Faiths. New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2016.  

Lavender, Abraham D.  French Huguenots:  From Mediterranean Catholics to White Anglo-Saxon Protestants.  New York:  Peter Lang, Inc., 1990.  

MacLeod, James.  The Great Doctor Waddel.  Greenville, South Carolina:  Southern Historical Press, 1995.

Neuffer, Claude Henry.  Names in South Carolina.   The Department of English, University of South Carolina.   “Place Names of the Abbeville Area”  (Winter 1958), 45-49.     “French Huguenot Names and Their Pronunciation”  (Winter 1958), 51.  “Huguenot Names and Their Mispronunciation”  (Winter 1959), 60-61.  

Watson, Margaret.  Greenwood County Sketches:  Old Roads and Early Families.  The Attic Press, Inc., 1971.  Includes a section of early roads such as the Barksdale Ferry Road, Five Notch Road, and Martin Town Road, associated with McCormick or Edgefield Counties.      

Maps:

File:  1746 Herman Moll Map of Carolina – Geographicus  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1746_Herman_Moll_Map_of_Carolina_-_Geographicus_-_CarolinabyMoll-moll-1746.jpg

Edgefield County, South Carolina 1911 Map (portion of a map by Rand McNally).   My Genealogy Hound http://www.mygenealogyhound.com/maps/South-Carolina-Maps/SC-Edgefield-County-South-Carolina-1911-Map-Rand-McNally.html

James Cook Map of the Province of South Carolina 1773   David Rumsey Map Collection https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~1221~90171:A-Map-of-the-Province-of-South-Caro 

Abbeville District of South Carolina by Robert Mills.  South Carolina Department of Archives and History Digital Collection. http://digital.tcl.sc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/rma/id/41 

News Archives:

“Willington School”  The Abbeville Messenger, August 24, 1886  https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn93067668/1886-08-24/ed-1/seq-1/#date1=1789&index=12&rows=20&words=Homer+Virgil&searchType=basic&sequence=0&state=South+Carolina&date2=1930&proxtext=Homer+and+Virgil&y=6&x=15&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=1

“They Shoot at Teachers.  Mrs. Shankle Tells of Work in ‘Dark Corner,’” The Herald and News (Newberry, South Carolina), May 27, 1910.  https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86063758/1910-05-27/ed-1/seq-3/#date1=1789&index=0&rows=20&words=Shankle&searchType=basic&sequence=0&state=South+Carolina&date2=1963&proxtext=Shankle&y=10&x=11&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=1 

Websites:

Badwell Cemetery (McCormick County, South Carolina)  Find A Grave  https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/69440/badwell-cemetery

Hickory Knob State Resort Park (McCormick County, SC) https://southcarolinaparks.com/hickory-knob   

Guillebeau House.  South Carolina Department of Archives and History (National Register Properties in South Carolina  http://www.nationalregister.sc.gov/mccormick/S10817733002/index.htm

Huguenot Society of South Carolina https://www.huguenotsociety.org/heritage/history/   

Poland, Tom “Across the Savannah:  Willington, a History Village.”  The Lincoln (Georgia) Journal, December 17, 2017. http://www.lincolnjournalonline.com/news/2015-12-17/Editorial_Page/Across_The_Savannah__Willington_A_History_Village.html

Willington on the Way (includes the Willington Book Shop) https://www.facebook.com/WillingtonontheWay2002/