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20061
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This is the first segment of a two-part article examining the life of civilian and non-combatant refugees east of the Mississippi river during the Civil War. Attention is given to the difference in circumstances between persons of differing class, gender, and state.
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20064
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This is the third installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to Massachusetts Congressman and Governor Benjamin Franklin Butler between July 19, 1866 and May 15, 1868. The letters included here are from Peter S. Michie, Elias Grout, John F. Alexander, Elijah A. Smith, Hardie H. Helper, William Woods Holden, Clinton A. Alley, Charles Fred Browne, Jonathan Havens, A.H. Galloway, and W.L. Van Derwater. Some biographical information on the authors of the letters is included in the footnotes and responses from Butler are included where available.
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20062
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This article examines the history of the Fort Raleigh site, the Roanoke Colony, also known as the \"Lost Colony\" and the establishment of the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Museum in 1940. Two glossy-print reprints of original John White maps are included in the article.
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20063
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This is a reprint of trade and vessel records from the Massachusetts archives noting occurrences of trade with the Carolinas between 1686 and 1709. The introduction provides background information on the records and the circumstance of their establishment as well as period trade information.
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