Radical members of South Carolina legislature, 1876

Radical members of South Carolina legislature, 1876

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Caption: Radical members of South Carolina legislature, 1876. Photomontage of members of the first South Carolina legislature following the US Civil War (1860-1865). The photomontage is mounted on card with each member identified below. The two named on their photos are Judas Moses (right), named as having raised the Confederate flag on Fort Sumter, and Lemuel Boozer (1809-1870, left), who was state representative, state senator, and lieutenant governor of South Carolina.

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