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19745
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Part of Martin Van Buren's records at the Library of Congress includes 61 volumes of various correspondence and personal papers. Within these are letters between Van Buren and several of the state's Democrats of the period. The relevant letters are reprinted here to demonstrate North Carolinian's opinions on national issues of the period.
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19749
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Part of Martin Van Buren's records at the Library of Congress includes 61 volumes of various correspondence and personal papers. Within these are letters between Van Buren and several of the state's Democrats of the period. The relevant letters are reprinted here to demonstrate North Carolinian's opinions on national issues of the period. This is a continuation from the January 1938 volume and contains letters from March 1840 to August 1852.
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19761
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This article is the fifth in this series of reprinted letters between North Carolinians and James K. Polk. Material was edited from the manuscript collections of the Library of Congress which in 135 bound volumes of Polk's papers. These documents are reprinted here to demonstrate important themes and issues of the era for the state's citizens.
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19775
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This article is the seventh in this series of reprinted letters between North Carolinians and James K. Polk. Material was edited from the manuscript collections of the Library of Congress which in 135 bound volumes of Polk's papers. These documents are reprinted here to demonstrate important themes and issues of the era for the state's citizens. Letters date from December 1836 through September 1847.
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19772
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This article is the sixth in this series of reprinted letters between North Carolinians and James K. Polk. Material was edited from the manuscript collections of the Library of Congress which in 135 bound volumes of Polk's papers. These documents are reprinted here to demonstrate important themes and issues of the era for the state's citizens. Letters date from February 1847 through July 1847.
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19859
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This article is a reprint of several letters from North Carolinians to George Washington spanning a range of topics and written between 1778 and 1798.
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19879
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This article is the first installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to Thomas Jefferson written between June, 1786 and February 1805. The brief introduction details the source of the letters, the Thomas Jefferson Manuscripts in the Library of Congress, and how the collection was established. The letters presented in this installment are from Benjamin Hawkins, Nathaniel Macon, Barry Grove, John Steele, Samuel Johnston, Alexander Martin, William Falkener, David Turner, James Hall, William Richardson Davie, John Minor, Timothy Bloodworth, James Turner, Bentinck Hastings, Jesse Franklin and David Stone.
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19922
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This article is the second and final installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to Thomas Jefferson written between July, 1806 and February, 1826. The letters presented in this installment are from Joseph Burch, the Republicans of Wilmington and New Hanover County, George Buchanan, Nathaniel Alexander, William Tatham, Jeremiah Martin, James Lyne, Benjamin Smith, Nathaniel Macon, Henry Potter, James Hamilton, George Washington Jeffreys, and Daniel Drew.
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19927
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This article is a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James Madison and James Monroe written between May, 1782 and May 1833. The author's introduction addresses the source of the letters in the Library of Congress. The letters presented here to Madison are from William Sharpe, Benjamin Hawkins, Hugh Williamson, William Richardson Davie, Thomas Blount, Marmaduke Williams, David Stone, James Taylor, Samuel Tredwell, Lemuel Sawyer, William Blackledge, Robert Martin, Thomas Henderson, John Steele, William Kirk, Willis Aston, Montfort Stokes, Nathaniel Moore, and Monroe T. Allen. The lone letter to Monroe is from Nathaniel Macon and dated 1803.
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19939
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This article is a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to Andrew Jackson written between October 31, 1795 and February 1, 1843. The author's introduction addresses the source of the letters in the Library of Congress. The letters presented here are from William Cupples, William Polk, John Branch, Joseph H. Bryan, Thomas D. Davis, Calvin Jones, Robert Love, Joseph B. Hinton, John H. Benton, John C. Eringhaus, Isaac P. Freeman, William H. Haywood, Jr., John H. Wheeler, Robert Strange. One letter includes the draft of a bill on the subject of the annexation of Texas.
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19943
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This article is the first installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James K. Polk written between February 17, 1821 and December 21, 1833. The author's introduction addresses the source of the letters in the Library of Congress. The letters presented here are from William Polk, William Davidson, Sidney I. Harris, William D. Moseley, Marshall T. Polk, James A. Craig, William H. Haywood, Jr., William J. Bingham, Owen Holmes, J. N. Johnson, Samuel C. Mabson, William J. Alexander, and Spivey McKissick.
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19951
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This article is the second installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James K. Polk written between January 12, 1834 and December 19, 1837. The letters presented here are from Walter F. Leak, William J. Alexander, R. H. Mosby, Thomas Watson, David T. Caldwell, James A. Craig, Samuel King, David T. Caldwell, Hugh Waddell, Elizabeth Nunn, Benton Utley, Leonidas Polk, William Polk, Thomas G. Polk, Franklin L. Smith, William M. Green, William H. Haywood, Jr., and Henry W. Connor.
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19979
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This article is the third installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James K. Polk written between March 10, 1838 and December 14, 1844. The letters presented here are from William H. Haywood, P.C. Caldwell, James A. Craig, David W. Stone, Larkin Stowe, William M. Green, Eunice O. Polk, William F. Davidson, Lucius J. Polk, William H. Haywood Jr., William J. Alexander, John H. Wheeler, Jesse P. Smith, Romulus M. Saunders, Walter F. Leak, William A. Coleman, Joseph Commander, Alexander I. McKnight, William J. Cooper, Tippeo Brownlaw, James W. Jeffreys, James B. Shepard, and James K. Hill.
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20008
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This article is the fourth installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James K. Polk written between January 13, 1845 and September 22, 1845. The letters presented here are from Junius L. Clemmons, R. Murchison, William H. Haywood, Jr., Walter F. Leak, Joseph Towaler, David W. Stone, John L. Lamson, Edward W. Smith, William J. Alexander, Doyle O. Hanlon, John H. Wheeler, Romulus M. Saunders, John Hill, and Louis D. Henry.
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20056
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A continuation articles covering reprinted letters written to Johnson during Reconstruction by North Carolina citizens. The letters covered were written between May and August 1865.
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