Detailed notebook with lists of slaves and cloth (in yards?) assigned to them at Rotterdam, Myrtle Grove, Hamburgh and Copenhagen Plantations from 1850 -1852. Also includes lists of "Blankets to Infants" and "Blankets to young negroes". 17p.
Letter from Robert Woodward Barnwell to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, informing her of the studious habits of his brother, Edward, who has recently joined him at South Carolina College. January 14, 1850.
Robert Woodward Barnwell writes to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, halfway through his final examination at South Carolina College and gives his opinion regarding the competition for highest honors he is engaged in with James Rion. November 14, 1850.
Letter from Edward Barnwell to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, with news from South Carolina College. Barnwell writes of avoiding dancing at a recent party and gives his opinion of Charleston "beer." May 15, 1850.
Printed circular announcing a special meeting of the Board of Trustees for the General Theological Seminary in New York to elect a Professor of Systematic Divinity, with a list of candidates. October 2, 1850.
1850-1859, 1840-1849, 1830-1839, 1800-1809, 1810-1819, 1820-1829, and 1790-1799
The A.B Flagg Medical Day Book, 1792-1853, is the medical account of Doctor Arthur Belin Flagg. This book includes descriptions of medical treatments and a list of fees for medical services for plantation families and slaves. The details includes the names of the plantation owners and the names of the enslaved peoples. Also recorded in this account book is Dr. Flagg's visit to the military location Camp Magill in Waccamaw, South Carolina to treat wounded soldiers during the Civil War in 1861.The last section of the book was written starting from the back of the book resulting in upside down pages. The names of the enslaved people are listed as:
Amelia, Ananias, Aplira, Beck, Ben, Betsy, Betty, Beu, Billy, Bina, Bob, Brutus, Caesar, Carolina, Catty, Charles, Charlotte, Chrysilla, Clara, Cyrus, Delia, Dianah, Emiline, Flora, Francis, Gabriel, Hampton, Hariet, Henrietta, Henry, Hep, Jack, James, Jane, Jenny, Johny, Joseph, Judy, Juno, Letty, Louisia, Lucy, Lydia, Margaret, Martha, Mary, May, Melia, Mia, Monday, Note, Nurse, Patty, Peggy, Polly, Prince, Priscilla, Rhina, Rose, Sally, Sam/Samuel, Sarah, Scripio, Smart, Stewart, Tom, and Will/William
Robert Woodward Barnwell writes to his mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, about his current academic standing as he attempts to graduate from South Carolina College with the highest marks in his class. March 2, 1850.
Robert Woodward Barnwell writes to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, with news from South Carolina College. Barnwell writes of discouraging his brother, Edward, from dancing and describes his competition with James Rion for highest honors. October 5, 1850.
Edward Barnwell writes to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, from South Carolina College describing the various societies he has joined, including a military company. Included in the letter is a note to his younger brother, William. February 19, 1850.