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Works Cited (and Suggestions for Further Reading)

Primary Sources

Browntown National Register of Historic Places Files, South Carolina Historic Preservation Office, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Council Journal No. 5, 1730-1734, Journal of His Majesty's Council, June 7, 1733, South Carolina Council Chamber, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Eli Whitney's Patent for the Cotton Gin, March 14, 1794; Records of the Patent and Trademark Office; Record Group 241, National Archives. Available from http://www.ourdocuments.gov/content.php?page=document&doc=14 . Internet, Our Documents. Accessed 22 April 2003.

George Haig, survey for Christian Kohlar in Saxe Gotha, December 24, 1747, Colonial Plat Books (copy series), Vol. 4, p. 382, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Harmon, Horace. Interview by Donald O. Stewart, 20 March 2003.

John Fairchild, survey for Jacob Steel in Saxe Gotha, February 20, 1748, Colonial Plat Books (copy series), Vol.4, p. 469, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

John Fox Papers, Lexington County Museum.

John Hamelton survey for Mrs. Elizabeth Mercier in Saxe Gotha, February 24, 1758, Colonial Plat Books (copy series), Vol. 6, p. 325, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Map of Cherokee Nation with the path to Charleston certified by George Hunter, 1730, Reproduction from the Map Division of the Library of Congress, Map Collection, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Map of Lexington County by EM Stoeber for the Report on Emigration (sic) of Clerks of Senate and House of Representatives. 1873, Map Collection, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Map of Lexington District, improved for Mills Atlas, 1825, Map Collection, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Map of Lexington District, surveyed by Marmaduke Coate. ca. 1820, Map Collection, South CarolinaDepartment of Archives and History.


Mills, Robert. Statistics of South Carolina. Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Company, 1972 (Originally published, 1826).

U.S. Bureau of the Census, A Report of the Ninth Census, 1870, Volume I, The Statistics Characteristics of the Population, Sex, Age, Race, Nativity, Citizenship, Country of Birth of Foreign-Born white, School Attendance, Education, Employment Status, Class of Worker, Major Occupation Group, and Industry Group, Part 6, Pennsylvania-Texas. (Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1872)

U.S. Bureau of the Census, A Report of the Sixteenth Decennial Census of the United States, Census of Population, 1940, Volume II, Characteristics of the Population, Sex, Age, Race, Nativity, Citizenship, Country of Birth of Foreign-Born white, School Attendance, Education, Employment Status, Class of Worker, Major Occupation Group, and Industry Group, Part 6, Pennsylvania-Texas. (Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1943)

U.S. Bureau of the Census: Original Agriculture, Industry, Social Statistics, and Mortality Schedules for South Carolina, 1850-1880. Mortality, Seventh Census, 1850, page 473 (South Carolina Archives Microcopy Number 2). Lexington District.

Secondary Sources

Bailey, N. Louise, Mary L. Morgan, and Carolyn R. Taylor. Biographical Directory of the South Carolina Senate, 1776-1985. Volume I. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1986.

Edgar, Walter. South Carolina: A History. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1998.

Egerton, John. Southern Food: At Home, On the Road, In History. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1987.

Hilliard, Sam Bowers. Hog Meat and Hoecake: Food Supply in the Old South, 1840- 1860. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1972.

Hudson, Larry E. To Have and To Hold: Slave Work and Family Life in Antebellum South Carolina. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1997.

John James Audubon, American 1785-1851. Available from
http://www.nga.gov/cgi-bin/pbio?750 . Internet, The Collection: National Gallery of Art. Accessed 9 December 2003.

Kibler, James Everett. A Carolina Dutch Fork Calendar: Manners and Customs in Olden Times. Athens: Dutch Fork Press, 1988.

Kibler, James Everett, ed. Fireside Tales: Stories of the Old Dutch Fork. Columbia: Dutch Fork Press, 1984.

Kovacik, Charles F. and John J. Winberry. South Carolina: The Making of a Landscape. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1989.

Meriwether, Robert Lee. The Expansion of South Carolina, 1729-1765. Kingsport, TN: Southern Printers, Inc., 1940.

Mark Catesby, The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and The Bahama Islands: A
Hypertext Exhibit. Available from
http://www.people.virginia.edu/~jad7e/catesby/contents.html . Internet,
Department of English, University of Virginia. Accessed 9 December 2003.

Mayer, O.B. The Dutch Fork. Edited and with an introduction by James E. Kibler. Notes and Appendices by Brent H. Holcomb and James E. Kibler. Columbia: Dutch Fork Press, 1982.

Mills' Atlas of the State of South Carolina 1825. Facsimile. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1980.

Moore, John Hammond, Columbia and Richland County: A South Carolina
Community, 1740-1990. (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1993.)

Passenger Pigeon and Carolina Parakeets: Vanished Birds. Available from
http://www.chattoogariver.org/Articles/2000S/Birds.htm . Internet, The Chattooga Quarterly. Accessed 9 December 2003.

Petty, Julian J. The Growth and Distribution of Population in South Carolina. Columbia: State Council for Defense, The Industrial Development Committee of the State Council of Defense, 1943.

Rhyne, Nancy, ed. Voices of Carolina Slave Children. Orangeburg, SC: Sandlapper Publishing Company, Inc., 1999.

"South Carolina Reference Room--Lexington County." Available from
http://www.state.sc.us/scsl/lexi.html. Internet, South Carolina State Library. Accessed 25 March 2003.

"The WebQuest Page." Available from http://webquest.sdsu.edu/ Internet. Educational Technology Department, San Diego State University. Accessed 21 May 2003.

Vlach, John Michael. Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Slavery. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1993.