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11.John Brentlinger Diary (Manuscript Collection #438) 2 hits
Diary (1862-1863) including xerox copy, camp life, burning of boat, etc.
12.William Howard Hooker Collection: George H. S. Driver Papers (Manuscript Collection #472-005) 2 hits
Civil War Correspondence, (1861 - 1863) of Union soldier George H.S. Driver, reflecting service in New Bern and Pamlico Sound area of N.C.
13.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableJohn Herritage Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #147) 2 hits
Papers (1766-1869) consisting of correspondence, legal papers, land records, financial papers, reports, newspapers, and miscellaneous items.
14.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableWilliam Howard Hooker Collection: George H. Hitchcock Papers (Manuscript Collection #472-006) 2 hits
15.George E. Dana Papers (Manuscript Collection #511) 2 hits
Papers (1852-1864) including correspondence, letters, description of trip, commentaries, price of gold, personal illness, etc.
16.William L. Horner Collection: Gooding Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #265-002) 2 hits
Collection (1799-1897, 1913) including correspondence, 1835-1897, 1913, and financial records, 1799-1894, of New Bern, NC merchant, whose store was used by Union troops, and who was appointed Superintendent of Poor Whites for Craven County, NC.
17.Jacob Gooding Papers (Manuscript Collection #3) 2 hits
Papers (1862-1871) of a New Bern (NC) merchant, including letters and an account of property damages.
18.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableArthur Whitford Papers (Manuscript Collection #18) 2 hits
Papers (1849-1899) including correspondence, poems, essays, map, etc. relating to life before, during, and after the Civil War.
19.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableGrimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16) 2 hits
Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.


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