Resources_for_Documenting_African- Americans_in_South_Carolina#Columbia.2C.C2.A0_South_Carolina|Newspapers]] ===
===== Beaufort County =====
[http://www.sc.edu/library/digital/collections/newsouthabout.html ''The New South''] (1862-1866) Printed in Port Royal and later Beaufort, SC. Covers the period just before slavery ended and the beginning of Reconstruction. Images can be read online.
===== Greenville County<br> =====
[http://www.greenvillelibrary.org/index.php/South-Carolina-Room/Obituary-Index.html <u>''Greenville County Library System Obituary Index''</u>] 1916 through 1993.<br>
===== Richland County =====
====== Columbia, South Carolina<br> ======
The Richland County Public Library has <u>''The Palmetto Leader''</u>on microfilm. <u>''The Palmetto Leader''</u>was an African-American newspaper. It contains articles submitted by individuals and churches from many counties across the state. Only the obituaries have been indexed and the index is available online.
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