Discover the South Carolina State Library: Researching Military History
Please join us to learn about the many South Carolina-related Military History print and digital resources available for research through the South Carolina State Library. In this webinar, you will discover numerous contemporary and historical state and federal resources, newspapers, databases, and books to assist you in your research of South Carolina military ancestors. In this webinar we will demonstrate:
- South Carolina specific resources in the State Library collections that cover the Revolutionary War through World War II
- State Library subscription resources available onsite including Ancestry Library Edition, Fold3, and HeritageQuest
- how we have researched South Carolina veterans from past wars such as World War II using State Library and free online resources
- and free online resources including Find a Grave, State and National Archives Records, and Family Search you can use to find information on soldiers and their families.
This webinar is great for researchers, educators, librarians, and anyone interested in diving a little deeper into the diverse collections and resources the State Library has to offer. In order to get the full benefit of this webinar, we recommend your applying for a South Carolina State Library card prior to the program. By doing so you will be able to follow along during the webinar and begin your research using State Library resources right away.
The South Carolina State Library welcomes people of all abilities to participate in our programs. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to take part (please contact two weeks in advance), or have questions please contact Virginia Pierce at email@example.com or (803) 734-8646. Closed captioning is available.
The South Carolina State Library is the primary administrator of federal and state support for the state's libraries. Headquartered in Columbia, S.C., the Library is funded by the state of South Carolina, by the federal government through the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and other sources.
Image Source: Photograph of WWII soldier Preston Marvin Waldrep, Jr. of Spartanburg County, S.C. Find a Grave.
Related LibGuide: Genealogy Resources at the State Library by Virginia Pierce