January 7, 2011, (unprocessed) 0.015 cubic feet, 26 items; 1. Midgett of Croatan, N.C., by Union Army officer, statements allowing him to keep his boat and giving him safe conduct, and the January 14, 1976, issue of
The Coastland Times reprinting the documents. 2. U.S. Army, miscellaneous records, 1864-66. Twenty-two items, including records of Lieutentant, then Major, N. H. Foster, 1st Battalion, 12th U.S. Colored Thomas Midgett Papers, 1864 and 1976. Four items, including oath and parole issued to Heavy Artillery, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, including statement of charges, Feb. 17, 1865, against Pvt. Henry Smith for “sleeping on post” (nine items); and records of Lt. Col. H. A. Oakman, 30th Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, in eastern N.C. (ten items); and three certificates of discharge by reason of death of members of Co. A, 2nd Regt. Of Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers. Donor: Robin Brabham.
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Robin Brabham Collection (#1175), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.