Leger & Greenwood letterbook  1770-1775; 1788
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Partial Subject Index
African-American merchants
  • 39
American Loyalists--South Carolina
  • see letters of William Greenwood
Architecture--Details
  • 17, 19-20, 40
Architecture--South Carolina
  • 118, 130
Billiards
  • 102
Candles
  • 109, 116, 126, 176, 190
Carriage and wagon making
  • 69, 151
Charleston (S.C.)--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
  • 138-142, 190-191
Charleston, (S.C.)--Description
  • passim, especially 213-15
Commerce
  • passim
Croft, George & Co.
  • Relations with Leger & Greenwood
  • 162-164
East India Company
  • 127-28, 136-42, 156
Employees
  • 181
Food industry and trade--South Carolina
  • 176
Furniture
  • 94, 102, 168
Grain trade
  • 123, 126, 160, 176
Greenwood & Higginson
  • 89-92, 120-22, 162-64, 181
Guns
  • 44, 88, 166, 183
Haig, George
  • 169-70
Hats
  • 34
Hides and skins
  • 117, 165
House framing
  • 118, 130
House furnishings--South Carolina
  • 17, 33-34, 74
Indians of North America--Commerce
  • 13-16, 30, 134
Indigo
  • passim
Machinery
  • 182, 184
Mackeown, Robert Jr., 1726-1764
  • 76
Manchester (England)
  • 10-11
Millstones
  • 168
Musicians
  • 174
Non-importation agreements, 1768-1769
  • 6, 176, 185, 187, 192
Pinkroot
  • 134, 179, 192
Pitch
  • 192
Plows
  • 8, 106
Rice trade--South Carolina
  • passim
Sawmills
  • 182
Sepulchral monuments
  • 76
Slave-trade--South Carolina
  • 4-5, 39, 46, 96-97, 107-8, 121-23, 130, 142-43, 161
Slaves--South Carolina
  • 253
South Carolina--Commerce
  • 16, 39, 89-90, 111-113, 162
South Carolina--Description and travel
  • passim
Spices
  • 183
Stationery
  • 33
Tea tax (American Colonies)
  • 138-142
Tea trade
  • 20-21, 136-38
Tea--China
  • 3, 21
Tobacco industry--South Carolina
  • 37-38
Trade regulation
  • 190-91
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
  • 190-91
United States. Constitutional convention (1787)
  • 211, 245, 248
Wine
  • 17