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The Catalog of The Citadel, sometimes called the Bulletin, later The Citadel Catalog, provides curricula information, campus photographs, and campus information such as expenses and event calendars. Click here to view this catalog on the Internet…

The Catalog of The Citadel, sometimes called the Bulletin, later The Citadel Catalog, provides curricula information, campus photographs, and campus information such as expenses and event calendars. Click here to view this catalog on the Internet…

The Catalog of The Citadel, sometimes called the Bulletin, later The Citadel Catalog, provides curricula information, campus photographs, and campus information such as expenses and event calendars. Click here to view this catalog on the Internet…

Register_1851_November.pdf
Official Registers list the students who attended The Citadel in order of their merit in academic courses and conduct. Most Registers also list Board members, faculty and staff of The Citadel, and describe the courses of study.

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Chandler discusses the decision to attend The Citadel and recalls that his family lacked the resources to send him to a North East or Ivy League School. Though he enrolled in ’39, he was forced to delay his education for financial reasons, and became…

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Major General James Alexander Grimsley was born in 1921 in Florence, South Carolina. After graduating from The Citadel in 1942 he was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army. He served for thirty-three years and finished his Army career as the…

1961.1_B1_F48.pdf
Capers writes to his wife Lottie from Johns Island, and gives a more detailed account of the retreat that he described in his previous letter from that morning. He writes that Colonel Branch ordered his men to retreat without their belongings, but…

1961.1_B1_F49.pdf
Capers writes to his wife Lottie from Johns Island, South Carolina. He describes the retreat of the Rifle Regiment from two days before. He had been with the Carolina Light Infantry on Johns Island Ferry, and in the middle of the night was awakened…

1961.1_B1_F50.pdf
Capers writes to his wife Lottie from Camp Evans on Johns Island, South Carolina. He wonders where her letters are, as he should have received more than he did. He thanks Lottie for a picture she sent of their son, and assures her that he knows of…

1961.1_B2_F14.pdf
Capers writes to Lottie from Camp Gist, South Carolina. He says that he is weary, and is camped with nearly five hundred men with no military knowledge. He writes that he is feeling lonely, and doesn't know whether he hears cannons or thunder from…
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