Announcing charges of the society to supply foreign laborers as field hands and mechanics during Reconstruction-era; listing expenses for seasonal hire of a laborer,or an entire immigrant family, with rates for travel expenses for workers coming from New York to any point on the South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia Rail Road; and offering suggestions to improve labor relations. Officers of the society include F.W. Bruggemann, General Agent of the Society; Rev. T[haddeus] S[treet] Boinest, president; Silas Johnstone, Secretary; and B.L.McCaughrin, treasurer. View the Document »

Announcing charges of the society to supply foreign laborers as field hands and mechanics during Reconstruction-era; listing expenses for seasonal hire of a laborer,or an entire immigrant family, with rates for travel expenses for workers coming from New York to any point on the South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia Rail Road; and offering suggestions to improve labor relations. Officers of the society include F.W. Bruggemann, General Agent of the Society; Rev. T[haddeus] S[treet] Boinest, president; Silas Johnstone, Secretary; and B.L.McCaughrin, treasurer. View the Document »

Transcription of article appearing in the Charleston Daily Courier, July 9, 1862, reprinting a letter from Sgt. Alexander V. O'Donnell of the South Carolina Irish Volunteers to his brother. The letter recounts the Battle of Gaines's Mill (June 27; also First Cold Harbor or Battle of Chickahominy River), part of the Seven Days Battles of the Peninsula Campaign. View the Document »

Article about the Jenkins Orphanage Band, a band comprised of African-American orphans in Charleston, South Carolina. View the Document »

Image addresses the actions of discriminatory groups in South Carolina. View the Document »