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Spartanburg County in World War II (SC) (Images of America)

by Anita Price Davis and

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Arcadia Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South Carolina,
  • United States - General,
  • Portraits,
  • History - U.S.,
  • United States - State & Local - South,
  • History,
  • United States - 20th Century/WWII,
  • History: American,
  • Spartanburg County,
  • Soldiers,
  • History / United States / General,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • World War, 1939-1945,
  • Biography,
  • Pictorial works

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7900709M
    ISBN 100738517267
    ISBN 109780738517261
    OCLC/WorldCa56746991

      Eugene N. Crabb, Sr., of Abbey Delray South Beach FL, died July 17th, He was years served in the US Navy as a communications Officer during World War II on the Pacific Theater. He com.   During World War II, Michigan became a temporary home to six thousand German and Italian POWs. At a time of homefront labor shortages, they picked fruit in Berrien County, harvested sugar beets in the Thumb, cut pulpwood in the Upper Peninsula and maintained parks and other public spaces in Detroit.

    Citation Information. The following information is provided for citations. Title World War II; Coverage –; Author Fritz Hamer; Keywords Federal money constructed or expanded military and naval installations across the state, including Camp Croft in Spartanburg, Fort Jackson in Columbia, the Charleston Navy Yard, and several smaller bases, war brought a .   The bronze plaque on the Loudoun County World War I Memorial has stood in the heart of Leesburg for nearly years. Located on the county courthouse grounds, the plaque lists the names of the

    (Spartanburg County) Genealogical Abstracts from The Carolina Spartan, Larry W. Vehorn. In this volume, the researcher will find all items of genealogical interest appearing in this newspaper. The vast majority of the abstracts concern events in Spartanburg and Greenville Counties, S.C. Besides marriag. Seeking Spartanburg County veterans and Blue Star Moms. The Hub City Veterans Project isn’t stopping with those who fought and came home. The team is also seeking out Spartanburg County Blue Star Moms, women who are mothers of veterans or who have children in active service, to broaden perspectives on the effects of war on the home front.


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Spartanburg County in World War II (SC) (Images of America) Paperback – Septem by Anita Price Davis and (Author), James M. Walker (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings See all 4 formats and editions/5(4).

Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II. Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service. Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of :   Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II.

Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service. Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of : Anita Price Davis.

Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II. Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service. Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of Honor/5(4).

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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anita Price Davis; James M Walker. Find more information about: ISBN: Just as it had been during the First World War, Spartanburg County was a hub of civilian and military activity during World War II.

Spartanburg was fortunate once again to host an army training camp, this time in the southern portion of the county on a site that was to become known as Camp Croft.

Spartanburg County in World War II book County in World War II (SC) (Images of America) Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II. Local men and. Spartanburg County is located in the northwestern section of South Carolina in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The area was originally occupied by the Cherokees, who because of the region’s abundant wildlife, used it as a hunting ground. Probably the first Europeans to pass through were the Spanish. The Kennedy Room at the Spartanburg County Public Library.

The Pizzimenti and Bradford Collections are notable, and include pictures from World War II. It is the strong aerial photograph collection dating from the s to the s that truly sets SCPL apart, and it’s a resource that few other institutions can match.

Books of Celtic. More than names of Spartanburg County veterans and the name of the conflict in which they fought are engraved on a memorial at the American Legion in Duncan Park. As years wear on, those are. About World War II Young American Patriots, This database is a collection of books compiled to preserve the lives of the American men and women who served in World War II.

These books are arranged by state. About: Just as it had been during the First World War, Spartanburg County was a hub of civilian and military activity during World War II. Spartanburg was fortunate once again to host an army training camp, this time in the southern portion of the county on a site that was to become known as Camp Croft.

Spartanburg County in World War II Collection Just as it had been during the First World War, Spartanburg County was a hub of civilian and military activity during World War II. Spartanburg was fortunate once again to host an army training camp, this time in the southern portion of the county on a site that was to become known as Camp Croft.

The Army Air Corps Library and Museum project is the transcription and creation of extracts from official U.S. military documents. This page quantifies the number of military servicemen personnel that enlisted in World War II in Spartanburg County South Carolina.

The results are grouped by County sorted by city and the name of each serviceman. Spartanburg, South Carolina served as host to Camp Croft, one of nine Army Infantry Replacement Centers in the U.S.

This camp’s primary function was training infantrymen to replenish units currently fighting in World War II. The camp opened in and closed inwith all of the land being sold by   The Spartanburg County Public Libraries is not responsible for any illegal or improper use of these materials.

For the protection of its collection, the Spartanburg County Public Libraries also reserves the right to restrict the use of unprocessed materials or books and documents of exceptional value and fragility.

Spartanburg County and its county seat, the city of Spartanburg, were named for the Spartan Regiment, a local militia regiment that fought in the American Revolutionary Spartan County, it was formed in as a part of the Ninety-Sixit was renamed to Spartanburg County, and from to it was part of the Pinckney District.

Historical Spartanburg County Maps; Spartanburg County in World War I Collection; Spartanburg County in World War II; Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Collection; Stereoscopic Photographs; The Textile Industry in South Carolina; William Lynch Postcard Collection; Willis Collection; World War II Camp Croft Photographs of Joseph Peter.

United States World War II Prisoners of War of the Japanese, Family Search United States, Burial Registers for Military Posts, Camps, and Stations, Family Search United States, Compiled Military Service Records Of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served With The U.S.

Colored Troops, Family Search. Holmes, who rose to the rank of first lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Corps, recently published a book chronicling each of the 32 missions he flew over Germany and occupied France during World War.

The POW Camps in South Carolina during World War II included: •Croft (Camp Edward), near Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC (base camp) • Jackson (Fort Andrew), Columbia, Richland County, SC (base camp) Cemeteries: •Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC There were 2 base camps, 22 branch camps, 1 hospital, and 1.

Table of Contents by StateSouth Carolina Index | Descriptive Information | More World War II links [table striped="true" responsive="true"]Page No. County Image Size COVER ( bytes) FOREWORD I ( bytes) FOREWORD II ( bytes) TABULATION ( bytes) 1.

Abbeville, Aiken, Allendale and Anderson ( bytes) 2. Anderson. Spartanburg County Military Records. Confederate pension records, Family History Library Heritage Book Archives, South Carolina (Holcomb, Brent H. (Brent Howard), ) Family History Library.