Items for Sale

A History of Kershaw County book coverTo order, please mail a check made payable to the Camden Archives & Museum, 1314 Broad Street, Camden, SC  29020. Please include a shipping and handling fee of $6.00 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book.  The S/H fee for titles marked with an asterisk (*), is $3.00 for the first book and $.50 for each additional book.

All SC residents should also add 7% sales tax to the cost.

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 Books and Documents | Postcards | Preserve Series


Books and Documents

  • A Guide to Historic Sites in Camden (driving tour guide), reprinted 1998, 48 pages, 62 photographs, $5.00 *
  • A Guide to Selected Historical Sites in Kershaw County/District, 1992, 90 pages, 96 photographs, $10.00
  • A History of the Second South Carolina Infantry: 1861-65, by Mac Wyckoff, 2011, 649 pages, $45.00
  • A History of the 3rd South Carolina Reginent: Lee's Reliables, by Mac Wyckoff, 2008, 479 pages, $45.00
  • A History of the 15th SC Infantry 1861-1865, by James B. Clary, 2007, hardback, 602 pages, $49.95
  • A History of the 15th SC Infantry 1861-1865, by James B. Clary, 2007, softcover, 602 pages, $39.95
  • A History of Kershaw County, South Carolina, by Joan A. Inabinet and L. Glen Inabinet, 2011, 719 pages, $50.00
  • A History of Lynches Forks and Extended Areas on Big and Little Lynches Rivers, S.C., by Lon D. Outen, 2012, 554 pages, $35.00
  • A Record of the Boykins, by Edward M. Boykin, reprinted 2009 by the Boykin Tombfield Foundation, 27 pages, $10.00 *
  • The Angel of Marye's Heights - The True Story of Richard Kirkland, by Anthony J. Ziebol, 2015, 449 pages, $20.00
  • The Battle of Camden, by Col. H.L. Landers, 1929, reprinted 2007, paper, 65 pages, $10.00
  • The Battle of Camden (historically accurate poem) by Clarence Mahoney, 2005, $5.00 *
  • Blood Be Upon Your Head (Battle of the Waxhaws and Buford’s Massacre), 119 pages, $25.00
  • Camden Ghost Stories and Legends, by Rachel Montgomery, 2000, 98 pages, $12.95
  • Camden Homes and Heritage, 1978, reprinted 1996, hardback, 80 pages, 121 color photographs, $30.00
  • Camden Police Department South Carolina 1792-1969, by Lon D. Outen, 2015, 138 pages, hardback - $26.00, softcover - $20.00 
  • Carbine: The Story of David Marshall Williams, by Ross E. Beard, Jr., 2007, softcover, 322 pages, $20.00
  • The Decorative Arts of Camden and Kershaw County, 1998, hardback, 87 pages, 157 color photographs, $30.00
  • Dog Soldier Moon, by McKendree R. Long, III, 2011, 264 pages, $10.00
  • Echoes of Shiloh: Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Hagood, SC, 1995, 88 pages, $10.00
  • Federal Census of Kershaw County, South Carolina, 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, paper, $5.00 each *
  • Genealogy of the McWillie & Cunningham Families, by Dr. Robert B. Johnson, reprinted 2001, softcover, 245 pages, $13.00 with index
  • Gold Rush Letters from William Lemmond, a 49er from Carolina, 1999, 88 pages, $8.00 *
  • Gridiron Legends: History of Camden High School Football, 138 pages, $12.00
  • High Ground, by McKendree R. Long, III, 2015, 276 pages, $10.00
  • Historic Camden, Part Two, Nineteenth Century, by Kirkland and Kennedy, 1926, reprinted 1994, 474 pages, $40.00
  • History and Homes of Liberty Hill South Carolina, by Louise Johnston, 1992, 92 pages, $12.50
  • The History of Pisgah Baptist Church (Sumter County, SC), by Guerry Felder, 2004, 446 pages, $55.00
  • In the Sunny South: A Winter Colonist’s View of Camden, South Carolina and Vicinity in 1901, reprinted 1999, 90 pages, $12.50 *
  • Just Mud, a history of local pottery to 1980, by Harvey Teal and Arthur Porter McLauren, PhD., 2003, $20.00
  • Kershaw, S.C. and Surrounding Area: Abstracts from Kershaw Era, 1913-1920, by Carol P. McNaughton, 2001, 78 pages, $15.00
  • Kershaw County/District Business Directory, 1854-1900, 1999, 27 pages, $5.00 *
  • Kershaw County Cemetery Survey, 233 cemeteries included in three volumes, 1991, each volume $20.00
  • Kershaw County Confederate Miscellany, compiled 2000, contains information from seven sources on the War Between the States in the Kershaw District, 86 pages, $15.00
  • Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Liberty Hill, SC, 1993, 31 pages, $10.00 *
  • Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church of Camden, S.C.: A History, by Joan A. Inabinet, 2003, 244 pages, $25.00
  • Murder and Mayhem in Old Kershaw, by Miles Gardner, 2004, hardback, 300 pages, $27.90; CD, $13.00
  • No Good Like It Is, by McKendree R. Long, III, 2010, 325 pages, $10.00
  • Parker’s Guide to Revolutionary War Sites in S.C., by John C. Parker, Jr., 2013, 530 pages, $39.95
  • President Abraham Lincoln, General William T. Sherman, President Jefferson Davis and the Lost Confederate Gold, by Patricia G. McNeely, 2015, 282 pages, $20.00
  • Public Schools, 1868-1870, Education during Reconstruction in Kershaw County, SC, by Harvey S. Teal, 2004, 31 pages, $5.00 *
  • Sherman's Flame & Blame Campaign through Georgia and the Carolina's... and the burning of Columbia, by Patricia G. McNeely, 2014, 234 pages, $20.00
  • Shiver Family and Related Families (CD), compiled by Guerry Felder, 2012, $30.00
  • Simon Kelley, Sr., 1787-1852 and Descendants, by Mary Sutherland Kelley, 2006, 259 pages, $45.00
  • South Carolina State Census, 1839, Kershaw County, 1998, facsimile of handwritten records, $5.00 *
  • Time to Remember, by Donald F. Dixon, 12 pages, $5.00 *
  • Tuesdays on Lyttleton Street, collection of poetry written and compiled by members of the Camden Poets Society, 1993, $4.50 *
  • The University of South Carolina, by Elizabeth Cassidy West (Campus History Series), 2006, 127 pages, $19.99
  • The Vendetta, by Alston Purvis, 2005, hardback, 363 pages, $18.00

Postcards

  • South Carolina Postcards, Volume VII, Kershaw County, by Howard Woody and Davie Beard, 2002, paper, 128 pages, $19.99
  • South Carolina Postcards, Volume VIII, Camden, SC, by Howard Woody and Davie Beard, 2003, paper, 128 pages, $19.99
  • Post cards of local scenes, each, $ 0.30 *

Preserve Series

Cost $5.00 each; shipping $3.00 for first book and $ .50 for each additional book. All books are paperback.

  • Kirkwood. The Story of a Neighborhood, in Northern Camden, 17 pages, 1995 reprint.
  • Living in Camden, scenes since Historic Camden,1880-1945, 44 pages, 1995.
  • Agnes of Glasgow: A Camden Legend, 16 pages, 1996 reprint..
  • Rides about Camden, 1853 & 1873, 25 pages, 1996 reprint.
  • Five Visitors to Kershaw District. 1806-1832, 68 pages, 1997.
  • A Wateree River Plantation: Rosny, from 1815, journal written by Lewis Ciples, edited by Joan Inabinet, 72 pages, 1997