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Box 2

 Container

Contains 16 Results:

Blockade Running, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Identifier: Folder 1
Scope and Contents

Primarily narratives of blockade running adventures in LCF, involving the Giraffe, Ella and Annie, Banshee, Kate, Cecile, and others.

Dates: 1862

Blockading, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 2
Identifier: Folder 2
Scope and Contents

Orders from the U.S.S. Mount Vernon, stationed in VA, to the U.S.S. Minnesota, blockading Wilmington. Reports of the U.S.S. Minnesota activities. Excerpts of journal of Joseph P. Canning, stationed off Wilmington on U.S.S. Cambridge. Letters from Alexander Horn, stationed off Wilmington on the U.S.S. Monticello, to his family in Maryland.

Dates: 1862

Civilian Life, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 3
Identifier: Folder 3

Civilian Life, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 4
Identifier: Folder 4

Fort Fisher, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 5
Identifier: Folder 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Excerpts of letters, diaries, papers, and published materials comprise the body of this research collection, which relate specifically to Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear (LCF) during the Civil War. Subjects include troop movements, civilian life, shipping, prisoners of war, and military engagements. Wilmington was the last Confederate port to be captured; blockading and blockade runners and the defense and capture of Fort Fisher are especially well represented. Items of local...
Dates: 1862

Movement Through Wilmington, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6
Identifier: Folder 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Excerpts of letters, diaries, papers, and published materials comprise the body of this research collection, which relate specifically to Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear (LCF) during the Civil War. Subjects include troop movements, civilian life, shipping, prisoners of war, and military engagements. Wilmington was the last Confederate port to be captured; blockading and blockade runners and the defense and capture of Fort Fisher are especially well represented. Items of local...
Dates: 1862

Prices, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7
Identifier: Folder 7
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Excerpts of letters, diaries, papers, and published materials comprise the body of this research collection, which relate specifically to Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear (LCF) during the Civil War. Subjects include troop movements, civilian life, shipping, prisoners of war, and military engagements. Wilmington was the last Confederate port to be captured; blockading and blockade runners and the defense and capture of Fort Fisher are especially well represented. Items of local...
Dates: 1862

Raids, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 8
Identifier: Folder 8
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Excerpts of letters, diaries, papers, and published materials comprise the body of this research collection, which relate specifically to Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear (LCF) during the Civil War. Subjects include troop movements, civilian life, shipping, prisoners of war, and military engagements. Wilmington was the last Confederate port to be captured; blockading and blockade runners and the defense and capture of Fort Fisher are especially well represented. Items of local...
Dates: 1862

Refugees from Wilmington, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 9
Identifier: Folder 9
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Excerpts of letters, diaries, papers, and published materials comprise the body of this research collection, which relate specifically to Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear (LCF) during the Civil War. Subjects include troop movements, civilian life, shipping, prisoners of war, and military engagements. Wilmington was the last Confederate port to be captured; blockading and blockade runners and the defense and capture of Fort Fisher are especially well represented. Items of local...
Dates: 1862

Salt Works, 1862

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 10
Identifier: Folder 10
Scope and Contents

Primarily extracted newspaper reports of locations of salt works, prices, and availability of salt.

Dates: 1862