Christensen writes about “Red Saturday” in his Journal

Frederik Holmes Christensen (second personĀ  seated on far left in the photograph) was born on September 9, 1877 to Niels Christensen and Abbie Holmes Christensen. For more than 50 years, he kept a journal that included family, business, and community news and his observations of same from 1893 until his death in 1944. According to … Continue reading Christensen writes about “Red Saturday” in his Journal

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Beaufort County Library Records Finding Aid

We begin our series of Finding Aid posts with our institutional records. The Beaufort County Library was formed from the Beaufort Township Library of 2018 which grew from the Clover Club Circulating Library of 1902. The Clover Club honored the founding of the Beaufort Library Society of 1802 by setting up a small library for town residents one hundred years later. Unfortunately the first Minute Book of the Beaufort Township Library was destroyed by fire in 1927.

Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907, Beaufort Fire: Death of William Bennett

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907, Beaufort Fire: Death of William Bennett

Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Fire Notes (B)

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Fire Notes (B)

Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Mass Meeting

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Mass Meeting

Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Fire Notes (A)

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Fire Notes (A)

Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Main Article

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Beaufort Gazette coverage, January 24, 1907: Beaufort Fire, Main Article

Savannah Morning News coverage, January 22, 1907: Beaufort Fire

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various points between 1998 and … Continue reading Savannah Morning News coverage, January 22, 1907: Beaufort Fire

Savannah Morning News coverage, January 21, 1907: Beaufort Fire

The Beaufort Fire of January 19, 1907 was the most disastrous fire to date. When the embers cooled 40 structures in the downtown area were damaged or gone. The newspaper article transcriptions below are from a web page written by Dennis Adams (Information Services Coordinator, Retired) for the old Beaufort County Library website at various … Continue reading Savannah Morning News coverage, January 21, 1907: Beaufort Fire