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How to Guidance, State Resources, and More
SC Archives, Indices,
Books and Newspapers, Maps, Cemeteries, Places, Data and Vital Records
A series of free online lessons created by SCGenWeb's Cynthia Ridgeway Parker.
The Everton's resource page for South Carolina contains a county outline map, a research outline, a listing of Library of Congress books on S.C. genealogy, a list of S.C. Family History Centers, plus a link back to SCGenWeb.
Includes directions for printing blank census forms
The Leonardo Andrea Genealogical Collection is a collection of approximately 1,029 folders of compiled South Carolina genealogical information and records on approximately 825 surnames including material from local and church records, family records, and Bibles
Research Aids for the Family Historian
With graphic illustrations -- from a formal course
Access to files contained in the South Carolina USGenWeb Archives.
Quick Reference Index of Early South Carolina Newspapers.
This site also contains information about genealogist, Brent Holcomb's books.
The magazine of South Carolina.
Alligator Creek specializes in South Carolina research books.
Palmetto State Roots speicalizes in South Carolina newspaper abstracts.
Holly Grove Transcriptions specializes in Clarendon and Sumter County reseach books.
Links to South Carolina maps, including the Old Districts
Your choices are Topographic, County, Yahoo, City Net, and Virtual Tourist.
From Treasure Net: listing of maps available to order.
Maps and historical data; demo to download
Animation graphic of the formation of the United States!
Includes South Carolina maps
USGS Search engine which allows search of entire U.S. by feature type (e.g. rivers, cemeteries, etc.) and by city, county and/or state.
From The Political Graveyard. Lists SC cemeteries and politicians buried there.
This is a Rootsweb page which allows search of ROOTS-L Database and Files, pluse other SC links. Very useful.
Email can be sent to the State Archives and should be addressed to: Rusty Sox. His e-mail address is :firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact Carrie Bassett at email@example.com
From the South Carolina Historical Society and the South Carolina Information Higbway (SCIWAY)
Leonardo Andrea was a professional genealogist. His files contain important reserach information on many South Carolinians and their related families.
The Heritage Library is a not-for-profit institution devoted to the study and preservation of history and genealogy.
How to join the North and South Carolina Genealogy Listserv Discussion Group
Recommended by SCGenWeb, the South Carolina Genealogy mailing list is an on line discussion group devoted to the sharing of South Carolina genealogy. The list owner is Laura L Schmidt, coordinator of the Franklin County, Washington USGenWeb homepage.
This link will lead you to instructions on how to join various South Carolina county listserv (mailing lists) groups.
This African American ancestry list was created to coordinate, network and strengthen the efforts of African ancestored researchers within the state of South Carolina.
The SCHS provides a rich online resource for South Carolina researchers. The site contains searchable catalogs of the Society's holdings in the categories of manuscripts, genealogies, and plats. There are selected articles from their publication "South Carolina Historical Magazine" and a wealth of additional data and reference links. Don't miss this one! It's scholarly but it's also fun (you'll see...).
This page consists of a comprehensive SCGenWeb listing by county of societies together with their addresses, publications, and membership information. This site, maintained by Cynthia Ridgeway Parker, also includes information on statewide organizations.
Information and links pertaining to the Palmetto state during the American Revolution.This site was created and is maintained by SCGenWeb's Frank Clark.
The National Park Service Project: Civil War Rosters on the Internet.
War Between the States events and links to search for your ancestors who served. This site was created and is maintained by SCGenWeb's Frank Clark.
This site is dedicated to those men, women, and children who suffered while imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865 in the state of Maryland during the War for Southern Independence. Men from the state of South Carolina were imprisoned there.
This site contains lists of Confederate soldiers who died and are buried at Elmira as well as a growing list of those who survived and made their way back home, many to South Carolina.
The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Museum is a State funded museum located in the heart of Columbia, South Carolina. Their hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m. They are also open on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
These links are provided as a service to visitors of the SCGenWeb Home Page.
Their inclusion does not imply an endorsement of the organizations
or of quality or validity of the content of the web sites.
This page was last revised on July 12, 2001 by Cynthia Ridgeway Parker,
SCGenWeb Assistant State Coordinator & SCGenWeb Links Webmaster.
If a link on this page no longer works or has moved, please let the webmaster know.
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