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Letter, 1829 June 11, Charles Stevens to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries Family Letter. Philosophical discussion of the nature of man.
Letter, 1829 June 11, Charles Stevens to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 2 Clemson University Libraries Family Letter. Philosophical discussion of the nature of man.
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Letter, 1829 June 11, Charles Stevens to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 3 Clemson University Libraries Family Letter. Philosophical discussion of the nature of man.
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Letter, 1829 June 11, Charles Stevens to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 4 Clemson University Libraries Family Letter. Philosophical discussion of the nature of man.
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Letter, 1841 August 24, M. Carey Lee (Philadelphia, PA) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries An answer to Ravenel's inquiry about books he wanted.
Letter, 1841 August 24, M. Carey Lee (Philadelphia, PA) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 2 Clemson University Libraries An answer to Ravenel's inquiry about books he wanted.
Letter, 1844 April 22, F. A. Porcher to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Envelope Clemson University Libraries Advises chemical analysis of soils. Sending hogs for exhibition, mentions red clover.
Letter, 1844 April 22, F. A. Porcher to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries Advises chemical analysis of soils. Sending hogs for exhibition, mentions red clover.
Letter, 1844 April 22, F. A. Porcher to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 2 Clemson University Libraries Advises chemical analysis of soils. Sending hogs for exhibition, mentions red clover.
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Letter, 1844 April 22, F. A. Porcher to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 3 Clemson University Libraries Advises chemical analysis of soils. Sending hogs for exhibition, mentions red clover.
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Letter, 1846 December 14, Ravenel Edmund (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries Discussion of prehistoric shells found locally, uncrease of various sea animals attributed to Sullivan's Island Breakwater. Pleased that Ravenel is working on mosses.
Letter, 1846 December 14, Ravenel Edmund (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 2 Clemson University Libraries Discussion of prehistoric shells found locally, uncrease of various sea animals attributed to Sullivan's Island Breakwater. Pleased that Ravenel is working on mosses.
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Letter, 1846 December 14, Ravenel Edmund (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 3 Clemson University Libraries Discussion of prehistoric shells found locally, uncrease of various sea animals attributed to Sullivan's Island Breakwater. Pleased that Ravenel is working on mosses.
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Letter, 1846 December 14, Ravenel Edmund (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 4 Clemson University Libraries Discussion of prehistoric shells found locally, uncrease of various sea animals attributed to Sullivan's Island Breakwater. Pleased that Ravenel is working on mosses.
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Letter, 1846 December 17, John Bachman (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries Cordial invitation to use his and Elliott's herbaria. Wants several female oppossums just before the young are born and placed in the pouch.
Letter, 1846 December 17, John Bachman (Charleston, SC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page2 Clemson University Libraries Cordial invitation to use his and Elliott's herbaria. Wants several female oppossums just before the young are born and placed in the pouch.
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Letter, 1846 September 17, M. A. Curtis (Hillsborough, NC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Envelope Clemson University Libraries Advice on books to buy. Discussion of various authors. Says takes a long time to identify specimens. Methods of preserving specimens. Says low country has never been explored, obviously very glad to have Ravenel as associate (or disciple).
Letter, 1846 September 17, M. A. Curtis (Hillsborough, NC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 1 Clemson University Libraries Advice on books to buy. Discussion of various authors. Says takes a long time to identify specimens. Methods of preserving specimens. Says low country has never been explored, obviously very glad to have Ravenel as associate (or disciple).
Letter, 1846 September 17, M. A. Curtis (Hillsborough, NC) to Henry William Ravenel (Aiken, SC), Page 3 Clemson University Libraries Advice on books to buy. Discussion of various authors. Says takes a long time to identify specimens. Methods of preserving specimens. Says low country has never been explored, obviously very glad to have Ravenel as associate (or disciple).

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