Excerpt from The South Carolina Monument Association: Origin, History and Work, With an Account of the Proceedings at the Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate Dead, and the Oration of Gen. John S. Preston, at Columbia, S. C., May 13, 1879
Of Florida, on the bloody fie... lds of Mexico, wherever waved the flag that to South Carolina was the symbol Of Liberty, Of Home, and of Country.
It may be that they who made the quarrel were not fore most in the fight. This is not strange. Men of words are not always men Of action. The single thing that South Carolina is called upon to remember to-day, is that her sons did not falter from the beginning to the end, and were 'as staunch in the latest days Of the falling ¿ag, as in the earliest moments Of unthinking enthusiasm and unreasoning hope and trust.
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