Correspondence (1954-1956), manuscript for Confederate shipbuilding, and muster roll (1862).
William "Bill" Still Jr. is an American maritime historian, who served as a faculty member in East Carolina University's Department of History for many years. In 1982, he helped create the school's Program in Maritime Studies and became the founding director of the program. Later, he also helped establish Joyner Library's Manuscript Collection. Still retired from ECU in 1994, though he remains active in the fields of maritime history and archaeology.
Gift of Dr. William N. Still Jr.
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