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Scope and Contents This collection of original and photocopied items is comprised of correspondence and newspaper clippings encompassing nearly 100 years, from 1849 to 1938. Especially of note is the correspondence dating from the time of the U.S. Civil War 1861- 1865. The letters paint a poignant image of life in the confederacy.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of three civil war bank notes and illustrations from Civil War era newspapers including Harper’s History of the Great Rebellion, Harper’s Weekly, Illustrated London News and Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. The images are listed by date, caption of the main illustration, and page numbers, when known. A Confederate Cross of Honor is also included.
Dates: 1861-1887, undated
Scope and Contents This collection contains a log of telegraphs sent from Smithville (Southport), Fort Caswell, and Wilmington, North Carolina from January 1863 through May 1863. These telegraphs reveal food shortages, lack of supplies, and war updates involving the Confederacy, primarily in these three North Carolina forts. Battles were not being fought at these forts during these dates, but it is possible to understand from this document what conditions were like and how the armies responded to successes and...
Dates: 1863 January-May
Scope and Contents This collection contains two copies of letters written from William Howell to Lawson Howell in October 1863; a copy of a letter from W.H. Spurlin to his cousins; a copy of a Company Muster Roll for Wm. M. Howell, 5 Regiment South Carolina State Troops; a copy of The Confederate States of America, Officers' Pay Account for Lieutenant W. Howell; copies of Furlough slips for Lawson Howell; and a copy of the Descriptive List and Account of Pay and Clothing for Lawson Howell.
Dates: 1863-1864 (photocopies)
Scope and Contents A rare broadside issued September 14, 1862 by Army of the Confederate States "To the People of Western Virginia" by command of Major General William Wing Loring.
Dates: 1862 September 14
Scope and Contents On August 21, 1865, President Andrew Johnson pardoned Stephen Graham of Duplin County, North Carolina, for “taking part in the late rebellion against the Government of the United States…” Signed in Washington D.C., by Johnson and his Acting Secretary of State, it was a “full pardon and amnesty for all offenses by him committed, arising from participation, direct or implied, in the said rebellion.”Amnesty was to take effect on the day Graham took the loyalty oath prescribed in the...
Dates: 1865 May 29
- Subject: Confederate States of America -- History X
- Confederate States of America -- History -- Sources 4
- North Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Sources 3
- Confederate States of America -- History 2
- Broadsides -- Southern States 1
- Fort Caswell (N.C.) 1
- Pardon 1
- Telegraph 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Sources 1
- United States -- Politics and government -- Sources 1
- Wilmington (N.C.) -- History -- 19th century 1
- correspondence 1
- government records 1
- newspapers 1
- photocopies 1 ∧ less
- Graham, Stephen, 1822-1900 1
- Howell family 1
- Howell, Lawson, 1833-1910 1
- Howell, William H., 1826-1891 1
- Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875 1