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In November 1864, Lieutenant Edward J. Bowen, of Company K, 31st North Carolina Infantry Regiment, wrote home to his friend Benjamin F. Brinson, pleading for help in getting his mother food and other items. Brinson includes a copy of the handwritten letter and its transcription and information on the two men.
The journal of James Bryan was recently discovered and is currently held at the Commission House at Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens. James Bryan was a business owner in New Bern and oversaw the operations of several boats transporting goods along the eastern coast. His journal contains daily entries written during 1794-1799, and provides a wealth of historical and genealogical information to readers, researchers, and historians.