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24 results for Pitt County (N.C.)—History—19th century
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1.
Richard Williams Daybook (Manuscript Collection #405)

Daybook (1847-1869) including credits and debits, list of birth and deaths, sale dates of Negroes, dates of sale of slaves.

2.
Victoria Louise Pendleton Memoir (Manuscript Collection #17)

Memoir (1852-1924) of the daughter of a prominent Pitt County (NC) farmer, etc.

3.
Heath Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #276)

Papers (1730-1928) of surveyor and Baptist pastor, including correspondence, court records, land records, financial papers, promissory notes, bills, land grants, indentures, Civil War orders, etc.

4.
Brooks Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #287)

Papers (1783-1856) of a Shelby County, TN family to their Pitt County, NC relatives, consisting of correspondence, deeds, bills of sale of slaves and miscellaneous.

5.
John Wilkes Brooks Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #595)

Papers (1832, 1883-1921) including letters, marriage and death records, school census.

6.
Spier Worthington Papers (Manuscript Collection #353)

Papers (1764-1910) including correspondence, land records, account sales, a photograph, agricultural reports, receipts and miscellaneous.

7.
Ellis Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #261)

Papers (1789-1906) including correspondence, financial papers, legal records, public school registers, newspapers, promissory notes, receipts, copy of marriage and birth, etc.

8.
Ephraigm H. Smith Collection (Manuscript Collection #145)

Collection (1795-1919) consisting of photocopies, tax lists, correspondence, election polls, business receipts, legal papers, and miscellaneous items.

9.
Francis Brooks Papers (Manuscript Collection #370)

Papers (1741-1914, undated) including correspondence, legal records, land records, slave records, financial records, receipts, ledger account book, recipes, cures, disease, etc.

10.
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 ...

11.
Lasitter Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #167)

Papers (1807-1845, 1874-1969) consisting of correspondence, letters, newspapers, plats, maps, receipts, account book, minute book, clippings, etc.

12.
Kemp P. and Lottie Sharp Lewis Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #399)

Papers (1795, 1827, 1856-1956) including correspondence, financial papers, copies, genealogical notes, a will salutatory address, brief essay, Civil War events, etc.

13.
John Herritage Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #147)

Papers (1766-1869) consisting of correspondence, legal papers, land records, financial papers, reports, newspapers, and miscellaneous items.

14.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kammerer, Sr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #318)

Correspondence, photographs, postcards and printed material documenting North Carolina history. Locations include Fayetteville, Elizabeth City, High Point, Wilmington, Atlantic Beach, Morehead City, Belhaven, Edenton, Pitt County, Camp Lejeune, Reidsville, Rocky Mount, St. Pauls Washington and New Bern. Subjects include the Askew Family of Hertford County, Greensboro College, Fayetteville flood of 1908, the Confederate Ram Albemarle and...

15.
Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16)

Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.