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by Leslie J. Mauldin

ePub Bank of the State of South Carolina: A General and Political History (Tricentennial studies, no. 2) download
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Leslie J. Mauldin
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978-0872491472
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0872491471
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University of South Carolina Press; 1st edition (January 1989)
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Published June 1st 1970 by Published for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission by the University of South Carolina Press (first published 1970).

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South Carolina was one of the original thirteen states of the United States. In 1663 the English Crown granted land to eight proprietors of what became the colony.

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Thurmond served the state of South Carolina as senator for 47 years, five months and eight days. The palmetto tree has been an important icon of South Carolina since the American Revolutionary War. In 2000, the Confederate flag was removed from the dome on top of the State House and placed on the grounds near the Confederate Soldier Monument in response to a NAACP boycott of the state and protests over its legacy. When the British attacked a fort on Sullivan’s Island, near Charleston, the cannonballs bounced off the spongy palmetto logs used to build the exterior wall.

a general and political history. Bibliography: p. 197-205. Tricentennial studies, no. 2. Published 1970 by Published for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission by the University of South Carolina Press in Columbia. Bank of the State of South Carolina.

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On December 18, 1812, "A Bill to establish a Bank, in behalf of and for the benefit of the State..." passed the third reading in both houses of the South Carolina legislature. Thus, the Bank of the State of South Carolina came into existence, and for more than fifty years it was to be one of the most successful institutions of its type in the United Stats. The act creating the Bank appears to have been passed without much public demand for, or discussion of, such a proposition. It is evident that the Bank was established primarily to help the agricultural interests of the interior and not the entrenched commercial group in the great city of Charleston. But from the beginning the ever-present pressures to make quick profits forced the Bank's officers to seek commercial business. This unique Bank of the State became an institution of great financial strength, and it performed many services for both the citizens and the state of South Carolina. The fact that the Bank was able to survive business vicissitudes and repeated political attacks for over a half century indicates that its management was in the hands of men of high integrity and ability and that its creation was an act of foresight on the part of the legislature. Nevertheless, its management could never resolve the inherent dilemma: the banking business requires a confidential relationship between banker and customer, whereas traditionally in the United State the proper function of government in banking is regulatory and not administrative. The Bank's history illustrates how difficult it is to maintain the necessary secrecy for proper banking practices and at the same time to secure the publicity which alone can provide an adequate understanding of the public business.