SPRING 1998

The Darlington Flag Newsletter

   THE DARLINTONIANA:  A HISTORY OF DARLINGTON COUNTY, edited by Eliza Cowan 
   Ervin and Horace Fraser Rudisill.  At long last this standard Darlington County reference 
   is again in print.  No longer do those who are interested in the history of Darlington 
   County have to search used bookstores for a chance to purchase this work.  Thanks to 
   the Darlington County Historical Society, DARLINGTONIANA has been reprinted in limited
   quantities.  This history is actually a collection of essays, accounts, memories, and an
   occasional newspaper article concerning the history and personalities of Darlington
   County.  Each section of the county is given a fair treatment in this work.  Historic 
   homes, churches, various communities, societies, and unusual occurrences are well
   represented on these pages.  The book is well illustrated and a full name index enhances
   the usefulness of DARLINGTONIANA.  This is a picture of the county as it existed in a long
   ago era.  The stories and legends are here: the hanging of Amy Spain, the selection of 
   the site for the county seat, the Darlington Riot, and the Darlington Oak.  Take advantage
   of the opportunity to acquire this book.  1964, xiii + 502 pages, hardcover, index,
   photographs. Price:
$32.00 plus $4.00 shipping for first book and $1.50 for each
   additional book.

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