19th Century Coroner’s Reports From South Carolina

There’s a new site that provides coroner’s reports from 19th century South Carolina, and it’s called CSI:Dixie. OF COURSE it’s called CSI:Dixie. “CSI:Dixie, a beautifully conceived and profoundly mournful new digital history site, holds 1,582 digitized coroner’s reports from six counties in 19th-century South Carolina. You can search by keyword, or read lists that organize inquest files by the act that killed the person (homicide; suicide; infanticide; accident; natural causes), clicking through to individual cases that fit that description.”

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