Charleston in the Age of the Pinckneys

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University of South Carolina Press, 1980 - History - 187 pages
'In this attractive & incisive volume the ubiquitous & powerful Pinckney family is treated as the prototype of the dominant elite which headed Charleston society in its 'golden age' from the 1720s to the 1820s.'--Journal of Southern History.

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About the author (1980)

George C. Rogers, Jr., the preeminent historian of South Carolina, taught history at the University of South Carolina for twenty-eight years. Editor of the multi-volume Papers of Henry Laurens project, he is also the author of Evolution of a Federalist: William Loughton Smith of Charleston, 1758-1812; The History of Georgetown County, South Carolina; A South Carolina Chronology, 1497-1992; and most recently Generations of Lawyers, A History of the South Carolina Bar.

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