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The last chapter in the history of Reconstruction in South Carolina—Administration of D. H. Chamberlain. By F. A. Porcher, President South Carolina Historical Society. Paper no. 3. Ricefield riots. In May of this year occurred one of those r
ance the interest of Hayes.
Now, when we remember that Chamberlain was one of the accredited leaders of his party in South Carolina, and that his power was due to the aid which he could obtain from that party, it is not doing him injustice to presum eighty others of being accessory to the murder, and warrants of arrest were served by the sheriff on all who lived in South Carolina of the men thus accused (at least one had been dead several years, two were in California, and one was, on the night approaching finds that the rights and liberties of the citizens are in peril, sympathizes deeply with the Governor of South Carolina.
In the Hamburg massacre he finds only a repetition of Mississippi violence.
He volunteers the opinion that the lat