James S. White of Rock Hill kept a scrapbook of his activities as a Second Lieutenant in Company G of the first South Carolina Infantry during the Spanish-American War. Here he and his friend J.C. Witherspoon share their "first breakfast" outside their tent at Camp Jackson in Columbia in March of 1898.
Courtesy of the Winthrop University Archives.
- This indicator was developed to encourage inquiry into the significant causes of World War I and the factors leading to U.S. involvement. This indicator was also developed to promote inquiry into the effects of the war, to include its impact on the homefront, migration patterns, and continued foreign policy debates.
- This indicator was designed to encourage inquiry into how new state and federal Progressive legislation affected individuals and businesses in South Carolina and the U.S. The indicator was also designed to promote inquiry into the new perspectives tha...
- 8.4.CE Explain the causes and effects of World War I on South Carolina and the United States.