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The Revolutionary Era Pinckney Statesmen of South Carolina, A Digital Documentary Edition: Phase 3
Constance Schulz, University of South Carolina, Columbia

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The Revoluntionary Era Pinckney Statesman of South Carolina (Web Resources)
Title: The Revoluntionary Era Pinckney Statesman of South Carolina
Author: Constance Schultz
Abstract: Charles Cotesworth "C. C." Pinckney (February 25, 1746 – August 16, 1825) was an early American statesman of South Carolina, Revolutionary War veteran, and delegate to the Constitutional Convention
Year: 2017
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The Revolutionary Era Pinckney Statesmen, volume 2 (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: The Revolutionary Era Pinckney Statesmen, volume 2
Author: Robert Karachuk, Associate Editor
Author: Constance B. Schulz, Senior Editor
Author: Mary Sherrer, Associate Editor
Author: Marty Matthews, Associate Editor
Abstract: Volume 2 of the Pinckney Statesmen digital edition covers the period Jun2 1792 through December 1798. Consisting of 1550 fully edited documents and an additional 2500 documents calendared with full location citation information provided, the volume covers the diplomatic careers of Thomas Pinckney as minister plenipotentiary to Great Britain 1792-1795 and his special mission to Spain and negotiation of the Pinckney Treaty, and of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney as minister plenipotentiary to France 1796-1798, expulsion by the French Directory and relocation to Amsterdam, and actions as head of the abortive "XYZ Affair" negotiations for a new treaty with France. The volume also includes documents related to Charles Pinckney's 2nd term as governor of South Carolina. The documents include a significant number of letters describing the experiences of Mary Stead Pinckney during her husband's service in France and Amsterdam.
Year: 2020
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Primary URL Description: part of the University of Virginia Press Rotunda American Founding Era Collection.
Access Model: part of the Rotunda American Founding Era collection, but with provisions for free guest access.