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Inglis Fletcher Papers (Manuscript Collection #21)

Papers (1883-1964) of the noted author Inglis Clark Fletcher of historical novels set during the 17th and 18th century in colonial North Carolina.

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Church Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #137)

Collection (1840-1927) consisting of correspondence, records, historical sketches, legal documents, tax receipts, biographical sketches, genealogical records, diary and date book.

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Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kammerer, Sr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #318)

Correspondence, photographs, postcards and printed material documenting North Carolina history. Locations include Fayetteville, Elizabeth City, High Point, Wilmington, Atlantic Beach, Morehead City, Belhaven, Edenton, Pitt County, Camp Lejeune, Reidsville, Rocky Mount, St. Pauls Washington and New Bern. Subjects include the Askew Family of Hertford County, Greensboro College, Fayetteville flood of 1908, the Confederate Ram Albemarle and...

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Croatan Archaeological Site Collection (Manuscript Collection #1061)

Signet Ring Specimen No. 1283-1297 (possibly 16th century) engraved with a "lion passant" (prancing lion) crest attributed to the Kendall family. Excavated at the Cape Creek site (Croatan), Buxton, Dare County, North Carolina, in 1998 during the Croatan Archaeological Project, East Carolina University Professor Emeritus David Sutton Phelps, Director. Dimensions: 0.75" (l) x 0.5" (w) x 0.25" (d). Weight: 0.25 oz. 10-carat gold.

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Thomas Sparrow Papers (Manuscript Collection #1)

Papers (1819-1872) of Thomas Sparrow (1819-1884), a Washington, N.C., lawyer until the outbreak of the Civil War. He was commissioned a captain in the Confederate Army in 1861 and served at Fort Hatteras until he was taken prisoner by Union forces in August of that year. After the war he returned to Washington and represented Beaufort County in the North Carolina General Assembly in 1870 and 1881. Papers include correspondence, military...