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Music by Dayle K.

June 12, 2002
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We are moving, hopefully for the last time. My thanks to Traci Parsons who has worked so hard to move these pages and to give them a new look and complete make over. She is a wonderful friend and I am extremely grateful for her hours of hard work.

Moving is a long and difficult process. Hopefully the Sixteenth site will follow shortly to the new address. My thanks for your patience, remember to bookmark the new address. This site will remain but will no longer be updated.
steve


The delays and off time with Geocites and Tripod, I cannot control, but the sites will continue. I thank all of you for your support and kindness to me. I had no idea. Again my thanks, steve



Books, Articles, Notes, and a Summary of Service
that will illuminate
South Carolina's Service in the War Between the States
Page One:
Bibliography; Infantry Regiments

Page Two:
Bibliography; Brigades, Cavalry and other Infantry Units; General works on S.C. and the War Between the States.

Page Three: Bibliography; Artillery and Legions




Citadel Flag by Marilyn


Works on South Carolina Infantry Regiments, follow the links for listings:

First South Carolina Infantry (Gregg's or McCreary's)

First South Carolina Infantry (Hagood's)

First South Carolina Rifles, Orr's Rifles

First South Carolina Regulars (Butler's)

First South Carolina Infantry (U.S.A.)

Second South Carolina Infantry

Second South Carolina Rifles (Moore's Rifles)

Second South Carolina Infantry (U.S.A.)

Third South Carolina Infantry

Third South Carolina Infantry (U.S.A.)

Fourth South Carolina Infantry

Fourth and Fifth South Carolina Infantry (U.S.A.)

Fifth South Carolina Infantry

Sixth South Carolina Infantry

Seventh South Carolina Infantry

Eighth South Carolina Infantry

Ninth South Carolina Infantry

Tenth South Carolina Infantry

The Eleventh South Carolina Infantry

The Twelfth South Carolina Infantry

The Thirteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Fourteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Fifteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Sixteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Seventeenth South Carolina Infantry

The Eighteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Nineteenth South Carolina Infantry

The Twentieth South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-first South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-second South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-third South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-fourth South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-fifth South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-sixth South Carolina Infantry

The Twenty-seventh South Carolina Infantry

Palmetto Sharpshooters



This site was created and edited by Steve Batson.
All the mistakes are mine.

Credit for research, photos, and documents goes to many institutions and people and is noted, none are more important than the sons and daughters of South Carolina who remember and hold the past dear. If I have overlooked you or made an error, or forgotten to credit someone or thing, please let me know, it was not intentional. My thanks for all your help.

Copyrighted© 1996-2001 by Steve Batson
All Rights Reserved®.





Finding your ancestors, research sources, and finding out of print books:

For more information about how to obtain a copy of your ancestors service record you may wish to contact the South Carolina State Archives. The Complied Service Records for South Carolina Soldiers are also housed in most of the major public libraries on microfilm. In Greenville County, the South Carolina Room of the Greenville County Public Library has an extensive collection of material for genealogical research. This includes the Complied Service Record Microfilm and other publications. For those wishing for a simple search by name the Broadfoot Guide to Confederate Soldiers is available. Most libraries have the 27 volume set that covers all southern service. However, the two volume set on South Carolina is most helpful for service rosters by soldiers name (Volume One) or unit (Volume Two).The Confederate Relic Room in Columbia and the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina are two other large collections available to those doing research. The index for the manuscript collection at the South Caroliniana Library is available in most public libraries in South Carolina, including the South Carolina Room of the Greenville County Library. Manuscript and other collections are available at other libraries and universities that might be helpful. In the Upper Part of South Carolina both Furman and Clemson have extensive collections. Finally the Greenville County Gen Web and Pickens County Gen Web pages will be most helpful. For out of print, reprint, and other hard to find books on South Carolina and the War Between the States: Broadfoot Publishing, First Corps Books in Columbia, Morningside Press, and Bibliofind are all excellent sources and there are many others.



Bibliography
Page One
Gist Brigade, Infantry Regiments

Bibliography
Page Two:
Brigades, Cavalry and other Infantry units
General works on S.C. and the War Between the States.

Bibliography
Page Three
Artillery and Legions



Where do I find these books and reprints of these books?

Bibliofind

Broadfoot Publishing

First Corps Books in Columbia

Morningside Press



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