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20024
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The Vinson family lived on a farm near Wayne County Poor House prior to the Civil War and consisted of father Thomas Robert, mother Martha Fletcher, daughters Rachel and Mary, and sons Uriah, Daniel, and Benjamin. The three boys joined the Confederate ranks and wrote to their families during their time as soldiers. These letters are reprinted here and offer insight into the life of the common soldier.
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20188
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This collection of letters of Ruffin Barnes of Wilson County, North Carolina throws light on the movement of Company C, Forty-Third North Carolina Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War.
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20816
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This article is a reprint of journal entries written by postmaster surveyor Ebenezer Hazard while on orders to regulate the Continental postal route between Philadelphia and Savannah. Published as a two volume manuscript entitled \"The Journal of Ebenezer Hazard,\" the excerpts included here were written during a preliminary trip to Edenton and back between May 15 and July 8, 1777 and a complete round trip to Savannah between October 8, 1777 and March 5, 1778.
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