|11.||Sylvanus M. Hankins Papers (Manuscript Collection #297) 4 hits
Papers (1811-1958) of A. D. Peace and Samuel Peace, and Matt Hankins, relating to Trinity College, North Carolina, Civil War battles at Washington, NC, Rappahannock Bridge, and Kelly's Ford, VA, including of copies, a memoir, clippings, genealogical notes, financial account, Bible records, amateur verse, contract, account of medical services.
|12.||Hunter-Wills Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #237) 4 hits
Papers (1858-1921) consisting of copies and originals, consisting of correspondence, equipment catalogues, and miscellaneous.
|13.||Oliver C. Spoor Papers (Manuscript Collection #308) 4 hits
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.
|14.||A. F. Williams Diary (Manuscript Collection #246) 4 hits
Diary (1862) consisting of photocopies, typescript, general store account record.
|15.||Charles W. Read Papers (Manuscript Collection #424) 4 hits
Papers (1863-1970, undated) including typewritten transcripts, correspondence, newspaper and periodical articles and miscellany.
|16.||John C. Fennell Papers (Manuscript Collection #247) 4 hits
Papers (1790, 1837-1864) consisting of correspondence, financial papers, poem, letters, fever epidemic, harassment.
|17.||William Howard Hooker Collection: Martha Gregory Brown Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #472-004) 4 hits
Letters and letter fragments (1862 - 1865) of George H. Brown family, written primarily from Washington, Greenville, Tarboro and the surrounding area.
|18.||William W. Perry Diary (Manuscript Collection #338) 4 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.
|19.||William L. Horner Collection: Frederick C. Douglass Papers (Manuscript Collection #265-001) 4 hits
Collection (1889-1890, 1893-1894) including Civil War Negro soldiers pension and compensation applications compiled by Frederick C. Douglass, a black lawyer, minister, and teacher in New Bern, NC who served as a government pension agent, 1889-1897.
|20.||Jacob S. Kiester Papers (Manuscript Collection #72) 4 hits
Papers (1854-1865) including typescripts, correspondence, photocopies of army muster rolls, enlistment contract and discharge, letters comment on destruction of standing crops of Virginia, the demolition of Hampton, etc.