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Two sketchbooks by a Union soldier, James Wells Champney, have been acquired by the North Carolina Maritime History Council. Nearly 400 drawings depict camp, fort, and African-American life in Eastern North Carolina during the war.
A sketchbook of 60 unpublished drawings made between 1862 and 1863 by Union soldier Edwin G. Champney was acquired by the North Carolina Maritime History Council. The artwork includes scenes from New Bern, Kinston, and Hatteras Island.