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20048
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The concluding installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to John Sherman, an Ohio congressman and senator who later served as Secretary of the Treasury under Rutherford B. Hays and Secretary of State under William McKinley, and was the author of the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890. The letters included in this installment were written between March 20, 1867 and November 4, 1877 and were from Lafayette Greene, Richard P. Dick, David Heaton, Charles Jerome Malord, John Tyler, Jr., William W. Green, J. W. Payne, Thomas B. Keogh, William Woods Holden, James Madison Leach, and Burr Higgins. Some biographical information on the letters' authors is included in the footnotes.
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20050
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This is a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to Radical Republican Elihu Benjamin Washburne, Secretary of State under Ulysses S. Grant, between October 30, 1867 and April 14, 1871. The letters included here are from John T. Deweese, Charles Snyder and Melford Vernooy. Some biographical information on the authors of the letters is included in the footnotes.
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20049
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This is a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to General William Tecumseh Sherman between January 16, 1865 and September 27, 1874. The letters included here are from Cyrus Ballou Comstock, S.L. Femoret, Absalom Baird, J. Wall Wilson, and Rene Edward DeRussy. Some biographical information on the letters' authors is included in the footnotes.
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20046
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This article looks at the gubernatorial career of Zebulon B. Vance during the period of the closing days of the Civil War focusing on his management, involvement, and actions on behalf of the state, North Carolina regiments, and soldiers as the war was coming to a close.
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20047
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This article on legal and political history of Granville County examines the role of the colonial squire as a dominant figure in provincial and local government.
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