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1979.7_Diary_1.pdf
Journal kept by Cadet William Wightman Smoak from October 1, 1897-March 16, 1899. Smoak recounts the events concerning the Cantey rebellion, the largest cadet rebellion in Citadel history.

WEB_1899_Ring_Ellerbe.jpg
Francis M. Ellerbe was a member of the Class of 1899. According to a Register of Graduates, Ellerbe became a druggist in Jonesville, South Carolina after graduating from The Citadel.***The oldest known Citadel Class Ring dates to 1895, and features a…

Citadel-1898-Moore.jpg
Samuel R. Moore was a member of the Class of 1898. Moore was dismissed from The Citadel before graduation after participating in a cadet rebellion commonly known as the Cantey Rebellion.***The oldest known Citadel Class Ring dates to 1895, and…

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Cordes P. Langley was a member of the Class of 1898. Langley was dismissed from The Citadel before graduation after participating in a cadet rebellion commonly known as the Cantey Rebellion.***The oldest known Citadel Class Ring dates to 1895, and…

Citadel-1898-Sherard.jpg
Wade H. Sherard was a member of the Class of 1898. Sherard was dismissed from The Citadel before graduation after participating in a cadet rebellion commonly known as the Cantey Rebellion.***The oldest known Citadel Class Ring dates to 1895, and…

WEB_1895_Ring_Reaves.jpg
Samuel W. Reaves was a member of the Class of 1895. According to a Register of Graduates, Reaves became a professor of Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma after graduating from The Citadel.***The oldest known Citadel Class Ring dates to 1895,…

WEB_1895_Ring_Schwecke.jpg
Henry C. Schwecke was a member of the Class of 1895. According to a Register of Graduates, Schwecke was an electrical engineer for General Electric Company in Pittsfield, Massachusetts after graduating from The Citadel.***The oldest known Citadel…

1890_Regulations.pdf
Regulation booklets include information on the organization and duty of officers and cadets, admission requirements, uniforms regulations, courses of instruction, examinations, discipline and room regulations.

A1979.7_B2_F17.pdf
Letter from W. W. Smoak to his family concerning the Cantey Rebellion of 1898.

A1979.7_B2_F7.pdf
Letter from W. W. Smoak to Colonel Asbury Coward concerning his reinstatement at the Citadel.
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