Stone Collection: Volume 57 - Item 3
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3. J. Miller McKim, The Freedmen of South Carolina. An Address Delivered by J. Miller M’Kim in Sansom Hall, July 9th, 1862. Together with a Letter from the Same to Stephen Colwell, Esq., Chairman of the Port Royal Relief Committee (Philadelphia: Willis P. Hazard, 1862). (32 p.)
Description of the freedmen living in the Sea Islands along the South Carolina coast with an open letter addressed to “The Freed Blacks of South Carolina.” The pamphlet also contains information concerning the recruitment of black soldiers for the First South Carolina Volunteers.