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38312
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The story and bible record of William Frederick Watkins (1817-1891) of Tennessee and physical traits of the Davis ancestors.
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38313
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List of words, terminology, and abbreviations associated with the Civil War.
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38319
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Newspaper article about the 1860 Camden County Census wherein the census taker listed slaves by name. They only known example of such by a census taker.
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38314
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Information about Pvt. William M. Whitehurst, Pvt. Edmond S. Lamb and Pvt. Thomas L. Garrett, of Company B, 68th Regiment, captured Aug. 14-15, 1863 near Elizabeth City, NC and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD.
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38321
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Looking for descendants of Dr. William Bradshaw Sharp (1880-1938) African-American doctor.
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38327
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The story of how the song started in 1862 in the Civil War, when a Union Army Captain Robert Ellicombe discovered his dead Confederate son after a battle. Ellicombe found musical notes on a piece of paper in his dead son’s uniform and he had a bugler play the musical notes at his funeral, now known as ‘Taps.’
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38328
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Annotated transcription of the bible record of Daniel Lindsey, Poplar Branch, Currituck County, NC. Other surnames include: Reed, Corprew, Wilson, Sanderson, Barnard.
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38324
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Article from 1926 talking about the hardships and episodes of life after the bombardment of Elizabeth City, NC in 1862.
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38323
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A table showing that 78% of the Civil War was fought by 15 to 18 year olds.
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38329
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History of Cloverfield Plantation, Camden County, NC, from Matthias Ellegood, through the Abner Harrison Grandy family.
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38330
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Bertie County Items taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register,’ 1903.
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38331
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Narrative taken from ‘The Journal of a Lady of Quality, 1774-1776’ by Janet Schaw.
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