In Narratives of Early Carolina, 1650-1708
Please note that items in bold are described in the Library's online catalog and you will need to review the catalog to obtain the call number of each item. Other items are described in guides in Special Collections and Archives.
I. Manuscript and Archival
II. Books and Published
III. Microfilm in General Collection
V. Online Resources at Furman
VI. Web Sites
- The Richard Furman Collection: contains correspondence, sermons, address, and written works by Richard Furman dating from 1777 to 1825, as well as biographical information and artifacts.
- The Oliver Hart Collection: the majority of the collected papers of Oliver Hart are photocopies of diaries, correspondences, and engagement lists from his time as pastor of the Charleston Baptist Church, dating from 1754 to 1809.
- The Edmund Botsford Family Collection: contains Botsford's personal diary from the years 1769-1770.
- South Carolina Historical Baptist Church Records: includes microfilmed records of Baptist churches founded between 1751 and 1775.
- The South Carolina Map Collection: contains maps of the Carolinas from throughout the 18th century.
- The United States Map Collection: contains maps of the American colonies from throughout the 18th century.
- The Land Called Chicora: the Carolinas Under Spanish Rule with French Intrusions, 1520-1670 Paul Quattlebaum, 1956
- Records of the Secretary of the Province and the Register of the Province of South Carolina, 1671-1675, ed. A.S. Salley, 1944
- Journal of the Commons House of Assembly of South Carolina, November 2, 1695-November 28, 1695, ed. A.S. Salley, 1943
- Narratives of Early Carolina, 1650-1708, ed. A.S. Salley, 1911
- History of South Carolina Under the Proprietary Government, 1670-1719, Edward McCrady, 1897
- The southern frontier, 1670-1732, Verner W. Crane, 1928
- South Carolina Silversmiths, 1690-1860, E. Milby Burton, 1968
- Charleston Furniture, 1700-1825, E. Milby Burton, 1970
- Lawson's History of North Carolina, John Lawson (1674-1711), ed. Frances Latham Harriss, 1937
- A Narrative of the Proceedings of the People of South Carolina in the Year 1719: and of the true causes and motives that induced them to renounce their obedience to the Lords Proprietors, as their governors, and to put themselves under the immediate government of the crown, 1726
- History of South Carolina Under the Royal Government, 1719-1776, Edward McCrady, 1899
- Journal of the Commons House of Assembly of South Carolina, June 2, 1724-June 16, 1724, ed. A.S. Salley, 1944
- The South Carolina gazette, 1732-1775, Helen Hennig Kohn, 1953
- Death Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette, 1732-1775, ed. A.S. Salley, 1917
- An Essay on Currency, printed and sold by Lewis Timothe, 1734; facsimile compiled by A.S. Salley
- The Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney, 1739-1762, ed. Elise Pinckney, 1972
- A chapter on the colonial history of the Carolinas, William J. Rivers, 1885
- The land and the people: an American heritage, Margaret Green Devereux, in collaboration with Halcott Pride Green, Jr., 1974
- The Life of Henry Laurens, David Duncan Wallace, 1915
- Plantations of the Carolina Low Country, Samuel Gaillard Stoney, 1939
- The early ironwork of Charleston, Alston Deas; illustrated by Richard J. Bryan; introduction by Albert Simons, F.A.I.A, 1941
- A history of the College of Charleston, J.H. Easterby, 1935
- The South Carolina Regulators, Richard Maxwell Brown, 1963
- The Whole & True Discouerye of Terra Florida, Jean Ribaut (1520-1565), ed. Jeannette Thurber Conner, 1927
- Colonial Records of Spanish Florida: Volume I 1550-1557, Jeannette Thurber Connor, 1925
- The Spanish Settlements Within the Present Limits of the United States, volume 1: 1513-1561, Woodbury Lowery, 1901
- The Spanish Settlements Within the Present Limits of the United States, volume 2: Florida, 1562-1574, Woodbury Lowery, 1905
- The Generall Historie of Virginia, New England, and the Summer isles: with the names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from their first beginning, Ano: 1584, to this present 1624. With the Proceedings of those Severall Colonies and the Accidents that befell them in all their Journyes and Discoveries. Also the Maps and Descriptions of all those Countryes, their Commodities, people, Government, Customes, and Religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe Bookes. By Captaine Iohn Smith sometymes Governour in those Countryes & Admirall of New England, John Smith, 1624
- The English empire in America, Newfound-land, Canada, Hudsons Bay, &c. in plano, Herman Moll, 1713 (Map)
- History of the colonization of the United States, vols. 2 and 3, George Bancroft, 1838-1857
- Dames and daughters of colonial days, Geraldine Brooks, 1900
- An appeal from the judgments of Great Britain respecting the United States of America. Part first, containing an historical outline of their merits and wrongs as colonies; and strictures upon the calumnies of the British writer, Robert Walsh Jr., 1819
- A History of the South: the complete story from Jamestown settlement to the present, Francis Butler Simkins, 1953
- Ill newes from New England, or, A narative [sic] of New-Englands persecution: wherein is declared that while old England is becouming new, New-England is become old ; also four proposals to the honoured Parliament and Councel of State, touching the way to propagate the gospel of Christ (with small charge and great safety) both in old England and New ; also four conclusions touching the faith and order of the gospel of Christ out of his last will and testament, confirmed and justified, John Clark, 1652
- The American colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1783, editor, Steven Sarson; consulting editor, Jack P. Greene; 2010-2011, Reference Collection
- Books on early American history and culture, 1961-1970: an annotated bibliograph, Raymond D. Irwin, 2007, Reference Collection
- Historical atlas of the United States: with original maps, Derek Hayes, 2007, Reference Collection
- Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America, edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether; associate editor, Marie Cantlon, 2006, Reference Collection
- Colonial America: an encyclopedia of social, political, cultural, and economic history, edited by James Ciment, 2006, Reference Collection
- Architecture and town planning in colonial North America, James D. Kornwolf, with the assistance of Georgiana W. Kornwolf, 2002, Reference Collection
- American military leaders: from colonial times to the present, John C. Fredriksen, 1999, Reference Collection
- Colonial America to 1763, Thomas L. Purvis, 1999, Reference Collection
- The Encyclopedia of colonial and revolutionary America, general editor, John Mack Faragher, 1990, Reference Collection
- Church and state in America: a bibliographical guide, edited by John F. Wilson, 1987, Reference Collection
- America: History and Life, Online resource
- Early English Books Online (EEBO), Online resource
- Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Online resource
- American Periodicals, Online resource
- British Periodicals, Online resource
- America's Historical Newspapers, Online resource
- Gender Studies Database, Online resource
- Women's Studies International, Online resource
- American Song, Online resource
- Smithsonian National Museum of American History, website includes online exhibits, educational materials, and information about selected objects in the collection.
- Frontier Culture Museum, "The Frontier Culture Museum tells the story of the thousands of people who migrated to colonial America, and of the life they created here for themselves and their descendants."
- Colonial and Early America Exhibitions and Presentations, compilation page of the Library of Congress's colonial and early American online exhibitions.
- Colonial American Art, compilation page of colonial American online exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.