Bank of South Carolina records
This collection consists of an original copy of "An Act to establish a bank, on behalf of and for the benefits of the State" drawn by Rasha Cannon, senator from the Darlington district of South Carolina from 1812 to 1835. The act which passed in December 1812 became the charter for the Bank of the State of South Carolina which was owned by the state and headquartered in Charleston. The second item is a certificate number 549 for eight shares in the Bank of South Carolina held by George Bert Reid on September 3, 1816 and transferred on February 27, 1817.
- 1812, 1817
- South Carolina. General Assembly. Senate (Organization)
- Bank of South Carolina (Organization)
- Cannon, Rasha, -1850 (Person)
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Materials in English.
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1 folder (2 items) : 2 leaves ; 33 cm.
- Inventory of the Bank of South Carolina Records, 1812-1817
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