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Henry T. King Collection (Manuscript Collection #625)

Collection (1768, 1799, 1825-1865, 1887-1931, 1985) assembled by prominent Democratic politician, newspaper editor and historian Henry T. King (1861-1924) of Greenville, N.C. Included are the papers of Edward C. Yellowley (1821-1885), a Greenville, N.C., lawyer with particular emphasis on correspondence while he was serving as a Confederate officer in the Civil War; King's Weekly Newspapers (1895-1902); King's ...

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William H. Rowland Papers (Manuscript Collection #876)

Papers (1861 - 2009, undated) documenting the archaeological excavations of the Confederate defensive fortifications, river obstructions and fish trap on the River Neuse below Kinston, NC, and the Confederate ironclad ram CSS NEUSE, relating to Capt. Joseph H. Price, commander of the NEUSE, and relating to Lenoir County, N.C., history in general including correspondence, notes, photographic prints and negatives (black and white), and pu...

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William N. Still Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #139)

Correspondence (1954-1956), manuscript for Confederate shipbuilding, and muster roll (1862).

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Agnes Paton Foy Memoir (Manuscript Collection #362)

Memoir(1861-1865) including correspondence, Civil War Memoir, typescript copy.

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James H. Mills Papers (Manuscript Collection #881)

Papers (2/23/1862 - 12/26/1868) consisting of a pocket notebook belonging to James H. Mills, Sergeant of Company I, 44th Regiment North Carolina Troops, the "Eastern Tigers," a unit recruited in Pitt County, including orders, inventories, muster and supplies lists related to the Civil War and a few post-war account records.

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William Henry von Eberstein Papers (Manuscript Collection #148)

Papers (1851-1887) consisting of a memoir, correspondence, legal papers, transcripts, military documents, genealogical materials, and photographic scans pertaining to William Henry von Eberstein (1821- ca. 1890). Descending from German and English aristocracy, he was born in St. Servan, France, and also lived on the Isle of Guernsey before becoming a mariner at age 13. A mariner, soldier, and farmer, von Eberstein moved to Chocowinity, ...

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Civil War Miscellany (Manuscript Collection #505)

Various unrelated items (1862-1865) concerning the Civil War including an oath of allegiance, Harper's Weekly lithographs, an Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company statement, a memoir written about fifty years after the war and transcribed in 1978, and copies of a letter and a circular.

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Robert C. Caldwell Collection (Manuscript Collection #845)

Papers (1854-1865) of Robert C. Caldwell, a private soldier from Cabarrus County, NC, who served in Company C., 10th Battalion, North Carolina Heavy Artillery during the Civil War.

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History of the South Newspaper Collection (Manuscript Collection #975)

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Sills Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #201)

Papers (1792-1969) including correspondence, financial papers, a cipher book, newspaper clipping, and a family history references to school, comments on Democratic Party, genealogical material, etc.

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Linda L. Green Papers (Manuscript Collection #675)

Papers (1953-1991) of USAR officer, system engineer, and senior logistics analyst, including correspondence, a diary (1969-1976), photo albums, clippings, and miscellaneous materials.

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Rufus Delano Stallings Papers (Manuscript Collection #1141)

Correspondence (1861-1864) of Edgecombe County, N.C., soldier in Company F of the 30th Regiment of North Carolina Troops stationed in various locations in Virginia. All of his letters are addressed to his future wife, Miss Elizabeth S. Ward of Rocky Mount Depot, N.C. Two other letters are from North Carolina soldiers related to Miss Ward.

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Andrew J. P. Giddings [Giddins or Giddens] Papers (Manuscript Collection #1043)

Collection (1863-1865) related to the American Civil War and Andrew Giddings of Company E, 3rd North Carolina infantry. Includes Oath of Allegiance to the United States signed by Andrew Giddings on November 6, 1865 [Following the American Civil War, Confederate officials, veterans and prisoners of war were obliged to sign an "oath of allegiance" to regain their civil rights under the U. S. Constitution.]. The collection also includes a ...

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Getsinger Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #172)

Collection (1828-1972) pertaining to Martin County, NC, farmer John Conrad Getsinger, Sr., (Nov. 4, 1812-Jan. 16, 1891), a native of Wurttemburg, Germany, and several of his descendants consisting of correspondence, memoranda books, a sketchbook created by Mr. Getsinger while he was a soldier (1847-1848) fighting in the Mexican War, financial records, Civil War records pertaining to Mr. Getsinger and his son John C. Getsinger, Jr., reli...

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James Clark Mallison Papers (Manuscript Collection #615)

Papers (1861-1865) including signature book of prisoners, arrest descriptions. 1 Volume.