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William Wilberforce Douglas Papers (Manuscript Collection #1192)

Personal Correspondence (December 30, 1861-September 16, 1862; April 1863) written by William Wilberforce Douglas to his family members during his service in the Fifth Rhode Island Volunteers and in General Ambrose Burnside’s Expeditionary Corps in North Carolina. Letters, copied by his mother, Sarah Sawyer Douglas, from originals into a single bound journal, include references to his time at the battles of Roanoke Island, New Bern, and...

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Lucy Cherry Crisp Papers (Manuscript Collection #154)

Papers (1794-1972) consisting of correspondence, diaries, letters, financial papers, legal papers, manuscripts, publications, speeches, notes, etc.

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Nathaniel Oliver Van Nortwick Papers (Manuscript Collection #577)

Papers (1864-1866) of soldier from Beaufort County who was killed in action near Petersburg, Va., during the Civil War while serving in the 33 Regiment of N.C. Troops, including correspondence, especially one notifying his mother of his death.

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Bogart Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1198)

Collection includes a letter written by Ann Elizabeth Bogart, Washington, N.C., to “My dear Aunt,” January 8, 1865, describing wartime conditions in Washington, N.C., and vicinity, a 2-page partial transcription of the letter, a tintype of a woman (possibly Ann Elizabeth Bogart), and two color images of the gravestone for Ann Bogart and the plot where she is buried in Washington, N.C. Also included are research materials concerning Davi...

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Richard Commander Papers (Manuscript Collection #157)

Papers (1865) consisting of a complaint letter.

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Andrew J. P. Giddings [Giddins or Giddens] Papers (Manuscript Collection #1043)

Collection (1863-1865) related to the American Civil War and Andrew Giddings of Company E, 3rd North Carolina infantry. Includes Oath of Allegiance to the United States signed by Andrew Giddings on November 6, 1865 [Following the American Civil War, Confederate officials, veterans and prisoners of war were obliged to sign an "oath of allegiance" to regain their civil rights under the U. S. Constitution.]. The collection also includes a ...

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Oliver C. Spoor Papers (Manuscript Collection #308)

Papers (1847-[1861-1865]-1900) of a Civil War soldier who served in the 3d Regiment NY Cavalry Volunteers, consisting of correspondence, newspapers clippings, camp life, murder, robbery, marriage.

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George W. Lyon Papers (Manuscript Collection #162)

Papers (1865) consisting of diary of day to day activities.

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Frederick C. Douglass Papers (Manuscript Collection #323)

Papers (1873-[1887-1901]-1958) of a Black lawyer, minister and teacher, in New Bern, N.C., who handled pension applications for many African Americans who served in the Union Army and Navy during the Civil War or their widows, consisting of pension affidavit ledgers, pension certificate ledgers, correspondence, pamphlets, daybooks, photographs, poetry, essays, application forms, tax receipts, etc.

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Jesse Hill Papers (Manuscript Collection #183)

Papers (1864-1865) consisting of correspondence, issues of food and clothing, photocopies, battles. 9 items. Recd. 10/21/1971 12/16/1971

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Kemp P. and Lottie Sharp Lewis Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #399)

Papers (1795, 1827, 1856-1956) including correspondence, financial papers, copies, genealogical notes, a will salutatory address, brief essay, Civil War events, etc.

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A. F. Williams Diary (Manuscript Collection #246)

Diary (1862) consisting of photocopies, typescript, general store account record.

29.
Roberson Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #151)

Papers (1833-1920) consisting of correspondence, legal records of transfer of land, miscellaneous certificates and financial papers.

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Rufus Delano Stallings Papers (Manuscript Collection #1141)

Correspondence (1861-1864) of Edgecombe County, N.C., soldier in Company F of the 30th Regiment of North Carolina Troops stationed in various locations in Virginia. All of his letters are addressed to his future wife, Miss Elizabeth S. Ward of Rocky Mount Depot, N.C. Two other letters are from North Carolina soldiers related to Miss Ward.