Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller, Ph.D.

Associate Professor – History

Ph. D., University of Toledo
M. A., Wright State University
B.A., Miami University

 Teaching Awards:

USC Salkehatchie Teacher of the Year – 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011

John Duffy Regional Campuses Teacher of the Year – 2009

Governor’s Professor of the Year – finalist – 2010

Walterboro-Colleton Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year – 2011

Daughters of Colonial Wars National American History Teacher of the Year – 2012


“Ohio” Native Americans State by State, ed. Daniel Murphree (ABC-Clio),  2012.

“’Foolish Young Men’ and the Contested Ohio Territory 1783-1795”  Contested Territories: Native Americans and Europeans in the Lower Great Lakes 1750-1850, ed. Charles Beatty Medina and Melissa Rinehart, (Northern Michigan Press), 2012

“’Were you Entitled to An Answer: ’General Anthony Wayne and Major William Campbell on the Banks of the Ohio” Proceedings of the South Carolina History Association, Spring 2011.

“Indian Leadership and Consensus Opinion in the Old Northwest Territory 1783-1795” Proceedings of the South Carolina History Association, Spring 2009.

“Send Sisters, Send Polish Sisters: Americanizing Catholic Immigrant Children in the Early Twentieth Century” Ohio History, Spring 2007.

Professional Associations:

Colleton County Historical and Preservation Society, President

South Carolina Historical Association, Board Member