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1956-1960
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1956-1960
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eng
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Research notes of Douglas Summers Brown for her book THE CATAWBA INDIANS: THE PEOPLE OF THE RIVER (1966) consisting of annotated notes, correspondence, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and printed materials covering the history of the Catawba Indians from the 17th century to the 20th century. The volumes are dated and titled as follows: Chronological Bibliography of the Catawba Indians, August 1956 (Pt. 1 on spine); Background Notes and Subject Bibliography for a History of the Catawba Indians, July 1956 (Introduction 1A on spine); Background Notes and Subject Bibliography for A History of the Catawba Indians, October 1 1956 (Pt. 2 on spine); and Background Notes and Subject Bibliography for A History of the Catawba Indians, First Supplement, 1960 (Pt. 3 on spine). The notes were copied and typed from the author's handwritten notes by the staff of the Rock Hill, South Carolina, Public Library. THE CATAWBA INDIANS was published by the University of South Carolina Press
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Douglas Summers Brown was born on 10 Jan. 1903 in Abingdon, Virginia. She attended Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia, and married Henry Dockery Brown, a Presbyterian minister, in 1926. Brown is an english and history teacher and author who has written several books on South Carolina and Virginia history, including A CITY WITHOUT COBWEBS; A HISTORY OF ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA (1954), MASSENETTA MINATURE; THE STORY OF THE ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF THE SYNODICAL TRAINING SCHOOL OF THE SYNOD OF VIRGINIA (1964), A HISTORY OF LYNCHBURG'S PIONEER QUAKERS AND THEIR MEETING HOUSE (c. 1936) , THE CATAWBA INDIANS; THE PEOPLE OF THE RIVER (1966), and HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF GREENSVILLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1650-1967, (1968). Brown has also written articles for the Virginia Cavalcade, Sandlapper, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, The Presbyterian Outlook, William and Mary Quarterly, Archeological Society of Virginia, Lynch's Ferry, and the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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4
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Brown, Jane Douglas Summers
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