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by Philip N. Racine
Book by Racine, Philip . Spartanburg County: A Pictorial History Paperback – May 1, 1981.
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Spartanburg: A Pictorial History. With more than 700 photographs and objects, Racine's book is a treasure trove of Spartanburg history. Racine. Inside the pages of this new book are the images of world-renowned photographers Dorothea Lange and Jack Delano and local professionals Alfred T. Willis, Harry White and others. There is This is the most comprehensive pictorial history of Spartanburg, .
Spartanburg County and its county seat, the city of Spartanburg, were named for the Spartan Regiment, a local militia unit that fought in the Revolutionary War. The county was formed in 1785 as a part of the Ninety-Six District, and from 1791 to 1799 it was part of the Pinckney District. A part of Spartanburg County later went to form Cherokee County in 1897. County Courthouse shown here.
USS Spartanburg County (LST-1192) was a United States Navy Newport class tank landing ship. Spartanburg County (LST-1192) (. was named after a county in South Carolina. She was laid down on 7 February 1970 at San Diego, by the National Steel and Shipbuilding Company; launched on 7 November 1970; sponsored by Mrs. Neville Holcombe; and commissioned on 1 September 1971, CDR P. R. Royse in command.
Spartanburg : A Pictorial History. By (author) Philip N.
Philip Racine’s pictorial history of Spartanburg has already utilized the photographs. During the colonial period, what would become Spartanburg County was truly backcountry and consisted mostly of Cherokee Indian lands
Philip Racine’s pictorial history of Spartanburg has already utilized the photographs. There is no need to duplicate that excellent work. The history of the postcard has been much retold in other postcard histories. That information will not be repeated here. During the colonial period, what would become Spartanburg County was truly backcountry and consisted mostly of Cherokee Indian lands. After an agreement between the British governor and the Cherokees opened the area to settlement, the first British settlers began to arrive in the 1750s and 1760s. Many of them were Scots Irish who came first to Pennsylvania and then traveled south down the Great Wagon Road.
Publications: Spartanburg County: A Pictorial History, 1980; Seeing Spartanburg: A History in Images, 1999. RACINE, Philip N. American, b. 1941. Genres: Area studies, History
Publications: Spartanburg County: A Pictorial History, 1980; Seeing Spartanburg: A History in Images, 1999. Genres: Area studies, History. Career: Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC, faculty member, 1969-, became William R. Kenan, J. Professor of History. Publications: Spartanburg County: A Pictorial History, 1980; Seeing Spartanburg: A History in Images, 1999.
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Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2013. In this thin book, Wofford College emeritus professor of history Philip N. Racine endeavors to understand some of the ways in which the American Civil War affected people who were far removed from the major battlefields, cities, and flashpoints of the conflict. In Living a Big War in a Small Place, Racine, who is a noted expert on Spartanburg County, focuses on the region he knows best