4 edition of History and records of the Charleston Orphan House found in the catalog.
History and records of the Charleston Orphan House
Susan L. King
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||History & records Charleston Orphan House|
|Statement||by Susan L. King.|
|LC Classifications||HV995.C32 C44 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2 > :|
|ISBN 10||0893082929, 0913363162|
|LC Control Number||84254736|
Founded in as the Charleston Orphan House, Carolina Youth Development Center’s mission is to assist children in reaching their full potential as healthy and well-adjusted individuals by delivering a continuum of prevention, assessment, intervention, and treatment services. Originally located in downtown Charleston, the multiple programs of the Orphan House included an . Anniversary records of the Charleston Orphan House microfilm reel (partial reel) L Charleston Orphan House. Public funds ledgers microfilm reel (partial reel) L Charleston Orphan House. Weekly reports of the steward and physician.
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Note that the loose materials contained in the artificial collection of “Inmate Files” mentioned in King’s indices have. Get this from a library. History and records of the Charleston Orphan House, History and records of the Charleston Orphan House book L History and records of the Charleston Orphan House book -- Names in alphabetical order.
History and records of the Charleston Orphan House History and records of the Charleston Orphan House book Susan L. King; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Orphans, Registers, Charleston Orphan House, History; Places: South Carolina.
Employing a unique cache of records, Murray offers a sensitive and sympathetic account of the history of the institution—the first public orphan house in the US—while at the same time making it clear that Charleston’s beneficence toward white orphans was inextricably linked to the racial ideology of the city’s by: 5.
History and records of the Charleston Orphan House, Volume 1 of History and Records of the Charleston Orphan House, Susan L.
King: Author: Susan L. King: Translated by: Susan L. King: Publisher: Southern Historical Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Subjects. The records of the orphan house were not only an extremely important genealogical source, they are a major source for the social history of Charleston.
This book contains the records of approximately 1, children, orphans, etc. and provides access for the first time to the enormous amount of information in the original documents.
“In The Charleston Orphan House, distinguished economic historian John E. Murray uncovers a world about which previous generations of scholars knew next to nothing: the world of orphaned children in early national and antebellum ing a unique cache of records, Murray offers a sensitive and sympathetic account of the history of the institution—the first public.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: v. --v The Charleston Orphan House was the first municipal orphanage in the United ished in October of at the instigation of John Robertson, a philanthropic citizen and member of City Council, the Institution cared for over five thousand children until when the building was son believed that placing a child in the Alms or Poor House was not.
The Charleston Orphan House is founded as the nation’s first municipal orphanage. It served poor white children and also created one of South Carolina’s earliest educational systems. rows The present collection represents the activity of the Charleston Orphan House.
Employing a unique cache of records, Murray offers a sensitive and sympathetic account of the history of the institution--the first public orphan house in the US--while at the same time making it clear that Charleston's beneficence toward white orphans was inextricably linked to the racial ideology of the city's leaders/5(6).
King, Susan L. “The Charleston Orphan House: The First One Hundred Years.” Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association History and records of the Charleston Orphan House book – Murray, John E. “Fates of Orphans: Poor Children in Antebellum Charleston.” Journal of.
History and records of the Charleston Orphan House by Susan L. King,SCMAR edition, in English. The first public orphanage in America, the Charleston Orphan House saw to the welfare and education of thousands of children from poor white families in the urban South.
From wealthy benefactors to the families who sought its assistance to the artisans and merchants who relied on its charges as apprentices, the Orphan House was a critical component of the city’s.
Charleston Orphan House Index, Name of Orphan Date Parents/Guardians Other Persons Indentured to Whom Trade/Relation Other Filed Anonymous Weldon, James RIND Arnold, John B. Ferguson, John tailor IND Created by File Size: 4MB.
Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find History and records of the Charleston Orphan House () by Susan L. King. --E. Wayne Carp, Pacific Lutheran University, author of Family Matters: Secrecy and Disclosure in the History of Adoption "Choice" (6/20/ AM) "The Charleston Orphan House is valuable for what it adds to several understudied areas--publicly managed orphan asylums, southern asylums, and pre-Civil War asylums/5(2).
The Margaretta Childs Archives consists primarily of property records for hundreds of historic buildings, homes and plantations in Charleston and the Lowcountry, including historical and architectural information, deed/title research, news clippings, archaeological reports, photographs, architectural drawings, plats and maps.
Chas. Orphan House, if that would be of some use to you and your search. If your orphans were older and at the orphanage before I would suggest you view a copy of: History and Records of the Charleston Orphan House ; by Susan L King.
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Page 7. PREFACE. The Orphan House of Charleston was founded in During the seventy-one years of its history, two thousand three hundred and forty orphan and destitute children have been maintained and educated upon its bounty, and provision has been made for the useful employment of the two thousand and six who have left the institution during that period.
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Details *. Sufficient reason, then, for the Charleston Orphan House to have attracted the attention of John E. Murray, whose previous publications on orphans, paupers, child labor, charity, literacy, epidemic disease, a Shaker community, and the history of health insurance in America testify to a tender and enduring concern for?the least of these.
The Charleston Orphan House book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The first public orphanage in America, the Charleston Orphan H /5(2). The following is a timeline of the history of Charleston, South Carolina, USA. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness.
You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. 1 18th–19th centuries. s–s. s–s. Published in 19th century. Circular of the City Council on Retrenchment; and Report of the Commissioners of the Orphan House (Charleston, S.C.: Evans & Cogswell, ), by Charleston City Council (HTML and TEI at UNC) An oration delivered at the Orphan-House of Charleston, South-Carolina, October 18th,being the sixth anniversary of the institution.
Orphanages -- South Carolina -- Charleston Filed under: Orphanages -- South Carolina -- Charleston Circular of the City Council on Retrenchment; and Report of the Commissioners of the Orphan House (Charleston, S.C.: Evans & Cogswell, ), by Charleston City Council (HTML and TEI at UNC).
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(With:) Addenda Comprising Additional Facts Concerning the Eight PEE DEE Counties and Sketches of the Persons for Whom They are Named. The photographic record is rich. It includes images made after the Great Fire ofwhich destroyed many important structures, including S.C.
Institute Hall, the. Murray's assertion that this orphanage was unique is also problematic. He contrasts the Charleston Orphan House with other “public” institutions such as alms houses, but he ignores the dozens of truly comparable American “private” orphanages that, like this orphanage, relied on public funding as well as private donations.
College of Charleston, downtown Charleston. The young ghosts that haunt the College of Charleston’s Joe E. Berry Residence Hall are as mischievous as they are mysterious.
This contemporary building constructed in rests on the former site of the Charleston Orphan House, the first publicly funded orphanage in the United States. Featured image: Circa s view of Porter’s Lodge.
In the background is Randolph Hall, and in the upper right corner, the Charleston Orphan House (demolished in by Sears, Roebuck Co.). The College provided scholarships for a few boys from the Orphan House.
Photo courtesy of College of Charleston Libraries, Special Collections. The Orphan House - Charleston, S.C. Summary Photograph shows the Charleston Orphan House which was founded in as the nation's first municipal orphanage. The front facade is seen from inside the entry gates.
Created / Published [United States]: [Publisher not identified] [between and ?]. Charleston Orphanage Full Records from in the City of Charleston Archives Published pdf Susan L King, ed, The History and Records of the Charleston Orphan House, (Easley, SC, Southern Historical Press, ) Charleston Poor House Full records in the City of Charleston Archives.
Fellowship Society.The history of Jews in Charleston, Download pdf Carolina, was related to the charter of the Carolina Colony (the Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina), drawn up by the 1st Earl of Shaftesbury and his secretary John Locke, which granted liberty of conscience to all settlers, and expressly noted "Jews, heathens, and dissenters".
Sephardic Jews from London were among the early settlers. Charleston City Council ebook an endowment for the Orphan House and the Trustees of the Orphan Ebook Funds to manage the endowment. By the endowment held $64, yielding a 7 per cent return.
In the Orphan House was given a most unusual gift – the statue of William Pitt (see #13), where it remained on the grounds until