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37872
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Letter from John S. Boushell of Elizabeth City, NC to his son, Benjamin F. Boushell, 1861; also small history of the Boushell family in the shipbuilding business.
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37873
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Civil War Schooner in Pasquotank River among 15 proposed for National Register.
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37876
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Transcription of 1694 document taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.’
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37871
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Transcription of 1723 document taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.’
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37870
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Transcription of 1706 document taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.’
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37869
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Transcription of the records. Other surnames include: Brickhouse, Cartwright, Jackson, Jennings, Meads, Morris, Simpson.
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37875
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Small article about how the War of 1812 and Mexican War affected Elizabeth City, NC.
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37874
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List of Marriage Bonds of Chowan County, NC 1841-1843
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37900
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His narrative is the only known account of maritime life in North Carolina written by a former slave. Moses Grandy, born abt. 1786 in Camden Co., NC, was a ferryman and canal boat operator, trying to buy his freedom.
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37904
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1820 Affidavit taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.’
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37902
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Transcription of 1727 document taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.’
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37903
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Small history of the name and 1716 transcript of the earliest document giving the name Ocracoke.
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37909
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Fascinating autobiography from the Civil War to 1926 about how one man struggled economically all his life to live and keep his family together.
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37908
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Abstracts include: Murder of James H. Gatling, brother of Richard J. Gatling, inventor of Gatling Gun 1879; Sgadric Brite, 52 hung self 1879; Abel Mann, 85, murdered someone 1879; post office at Newbegun, changed to Weeksville in honor of J. M. Weeks 1890.
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37905
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Transcription of the records. Other surnames include: Brace, Davis, Goodman, Kirby, Knowles, Langley, Nixon, Overman, Riddick, Twine, Walker, Wilson.
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