|Creator:||Cordle, Charles G.|
|Creator:||Junior College of Augusta (Augusta, Ga.).|
|Title:||Charles G. Cordle speech to the Southern Historical Associationtypescript|
|Dates:||1950 November 9|
|Quantity:||0.04 Linear feet (1 folder housed with minor collections MS 338 to MS 351)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of a typescript of "Activities of a South Carolina Farmer's Club, 1846-1862" by Charles G. Cordle, the Junior College of Augusta. This paper was read at the sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association in Atlanta, Ga., November 9, 1950. Fifteen pages including notes.|
Charles G. Cordle, was a noted history professor at the Academy of Richmond County, Augusta Junior College, and Augusta College. The Southern Historical Association was organized November 2, 1934. Its objectives are the promotion of interest and research in Southern history, the collection and preservation of the South's historical records, and the encouragement of state and local historical societies in the South. As a secondary purpose the Association fosters the teaching and study of all areas of history in the South.
Charles G. Cordle speech to the Southern Historical Association, MS 348. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.