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17 results for United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Desertions
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11.James Addison Lowrie Collection (Manuscript Collection #983) 2 hits
12.Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. McMullan Collection (Manuscript Collection #33) 2 hits
Collection (1766-1863, undated) including correspondence, accounts, etc., of the Skinner and Hoskins families, who were prominent families of Eastern North Carolina.
13.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.
14.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableWilliam W. Perry Diary (Manuscript Collection #338) 2 hits
Diary (1864-1865) consisting of one volume diary in chronological order,15 unnumbered pages not in chronological order; and 8 pages listing the men from Ringgold, Pennsylvania who served in Union Army during the Civil War.
15.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableAbraham G. Jones Papers (Manuscript Collection #135) 2 hits
Papers (1856-1898) consisting correspondence in Civil War, letters, post-war correspondence, diaries, miscellaneous items about camp life, etc.
16.Icon to indicate that there are digitized materials availableWilliam Fleming Little Collection (Manuscript Collection #316) 2 hits
Collection (1892-1953) relating to the Hodges and Little families of Pitt County, NC, consisting of correspondence, wills, deeds, receipts, promissory notes, summonses, a bill of sale, estate inventory, accounts, and overseers appointments, a history of Pactolus, and miscellaneous items.
17.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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