2 edition of Cash-Shannon duel found in the catalog.
E. B. C. Cash
Reprint of the 1881 ed. published by the Daily News Job Print. Off., Greenville, S.C.
|Statement||by E. B. C. Cash ; with appendix containing articles relating to Colonel E. B. C. Cash, Capt. Wm. Boggan Cash, and Capt. Robert G. Ellerbe compiled by Bessie Cash Irby.|
|LC Classifications||F279.C2 C37 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79319643|
The Ellerbe Family History by Ronald William Ellerbe chronicles the origins and history of the Thomas Ellerby family of South Carolina from the s to In addition to genealogical information, the book includes photographs, transcriptions of family documents, a coat of arms, historical and biographical sketches, and an index. Please see the attached Table of Contents, Bibliography, and Author: Ronald William Ellerbe. Joe asked what books i read about Cash's Depot. One was "the Cash - Shannon Duel" (which does contain a history of Col. Cash) - In Northeast SC, I know that copies of this book are available at both the Hartsville and Bennettsville libraries (and no doubt others). You might try an inter-library loan.
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married Col. E.B.C. Cash, participant in the Cash-Shannon duel. Her brother, Robert Ellerbe, who planted at Midfield, was a lieutenant in the Boykin Rangers during the Civil War. Another brother, W.C.S. Ellerbe, who also lived at Midfield, was Intendant (mayor) of Camden in siders "our nation's last formal duel, " an encounter between Ellerbe Boggan Cash and William Shannon. Chapter Two focus-es on the aftermath of the Cash-Shannon duel and details a mur-der committed by Ellerbe Cash's son, Boggan Cash, who in a state of drunkenness killed the town marshal, named Richards.
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Add that Col. Cash's son, Capt. William Boggan Cash, stirred the pot publicly and prompted Col. Shannon to seal the deal on the duel. These details are found within the pages. This book contains the letters written between the duelists which led to this horrible meeting on the "Field of Honor."5/5(1).
The Cash-Shannon duel also: Duels around Camden. by Harris H. Mullen Published by Trend House in Tampa, : COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
InCol. Ellerbe B.C. Cash of Cheraw and Col. William M. Shannon of Camden met midway between their homes — near the Darlington County line — and fought the last duel in South Carolina. The tragic and frustrating tale of their conflict resonated across the country, and sounded a death knell for the practice of dueling in America.
the cash-shannon duel; a cold-blooded murder on the "field of honor." how col. shannon was goaded on to his death--cash practicing on his son before the duel--the correspondence which resulted in.
Shannon-Cash Duel; Cash's Trial for. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine.
InCol. Ellerbe B.C. Cash of Cheraw and Col. William M. Shannon of Camden met midway between their homes — near the Darlington County line — and fought the last duel in Author: Samantha Lyles.
Cash-Shannon DuelCayce, South Carolina. 56 likes. Last publicly allowed gun duel in ers: This was the last fatal duel in South Carolina and brought an end to an era in the history of the state. Marker Text: This was the site of the last fatal duel fought in S.C., in which Col.
E.B. Cash of Cash's Depot killed Col. Shannon of Camden on July 5, The Cash-Shannon duel, – This is considered to be the last fatal, and the most documented, duel in South Carolina.
The event occurred at Lynches River, near Bishopville, SC. The arguments between Cash and Shannon festered for 27 months, spiraling violently out of control.
In July of that year Colonel E. Cash killed William Shannon in a duel. The Charleson News and Courier, edited by the English-born Captain Francis W.
Dawson, denounced the duel. Cash, who had barely escaped lynching after the duel, was charged with murder. The Cash-Shannon Duel, You read that right: duels were still being fought in Charleston toward the end of the 19 th century.
The Cash-Shannon Duel was among the most infamous in this time. An argument between the two men had gone on for over two years. Revisiting one of the nation’s last formal duels, Moore recounts details of the Cash-Shannon meeting of July and the ensuing circle of carnage that left nine dead.
He explores the circumstances that prompted duels and the reasons for their eventual : John Hammond Moore. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mullen, Harris H. Cash-Shannon duel. Tampa, Fla., Trend House  (OCoLC) Named Person: Ellerbe B C. I have a copy of it and a copy of the book that Col.
Cash wrote about his duel with Col. William Shannon. I am very interested in any book or writings by slave descendants of the Cash Plantation. If you do not mind sharing, please [email protected] Thank you so much. William Boggan “Bo” Cash, Nebo, NC (McDowell County) Carnival of Blood presents the often disturbing history of changes in homicidal tendencies in South Carolina over four formative decades on the cusp of our modern era.
In his investigation into murder and death in the Palmetto State, John Hammond Moore identifies three specific trends that emerged during the period from to ―the demise of dueling, the rise and fall of lynching, and Cited by: 4.
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The Cash-Shannon Duel by Harris H. Mullen The Cash-Shannon Duel by Harris H. Mullen (pp. ) Review by: Bernard Manning.One of the strengths of this book is that it provides what will long be the definitive accounts of several famous violent episodes from the Palmetto State.
The first of these is the Cash-Shannon duel ofwhich arose out of complex financial and legal dealings, themselves typical of the economic changes associated with the New South.Houghton Mifflin, While a bit dated, it is an unfortunate fact that solid, book length treatments of dueling in the United States are few and far between.
While falling into the common fault of over emphasizing anecdote common to older books on the duel, it nevertheless is a good read. Steward, Dick. Duels and the Roots of Violence in.