South Carolina Immigration Association, Chartered by the Legislature of South Carolina, January 26th, 1878:; Statement by the President and Directors Explaining Its Purpose and Inducements Offered Immigrants to North and South Carolina

South Carolina Immigration Association, Chartered by the Legislature of South Carolina, January 26th, 1878:; Statement by the President and Directors Explaining Its Purpose and Inducements Offered Immigrants to North and South Carolina

Charlotte, NC: Observer Book & Steam Power Print, 1878. First edition. 8vo. 19 pp. Addenda slip. Inscribed at the head of the front wrapper "Dr. B. Franklin Clark, 32 Russell St. / Charleston, Mass."; several textual ink corrections [in the same hand?]. B.F. Clark, who inscribed this copy, was one of the directors of this association, made up of both northern and southern men. It was organized not only to promote the sale of lands, but also to call attention to manufacturing, notably cotton mills, of which it gives a brief description of their present state, and to mining, with regard to which it reprints a memorial to Congress from citizens of the sixth congressional district of North Carolina. Not in Turnbull or Thornton. OCLC locates two copies (American Antiquarian Society, South Carolina). Very good. Original printed wrappers (several small chips). (#5117). Item #58267

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