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North Carolina

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron Hill diary and newspaper clippings

 Collection — Folder S656
Identifier: S0656
Scope and Contents This collection includes a transcript of Aaron Hill's diary and clippings from Indianapolis Star ranging from 1829 to 1935 in Indianapolis regarding Hill's journey on horseback from North Carolina to Indiana.

Alas Evans recommendation letter

 Collection — Folder S2568
Identifier: S2568
Scope and Contents This collection contains a recommendation letter for Alas Evans dated September 24, 1849. The letter states that Evans was a "young man of color" of good moral character and it certified that he was a "free man" who intended to travel to the western states. The letter is signed by Elisha Coffin and 21 other citizens of Randolph County, North Carolina.

Carson family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0230
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters and other documents, including legal transactions, from various members of the Carson family in Indiana, Ohio, Iowa and Virginia ranging from 1825 to 1915, with some undated regarding family matters, Quaker meetings, and legal transactions.

Collection of Civil War maps

 Collection — Folder OBD023
Identifier: OBD023
Scope and Contents This collecion contains maps created by the United States military from 1863 to 1864. Maps include parts of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia.

Cornelius Harnett and William Sharpe letter

 Collection — Folder S0593
Identifier: S0593
Scope and Contents This collection contains a letter sent to North Carolina Governor Richard Caswell by Cornelius Harnett and William Sharpe while they served in the Continental Congress during the U.S. Revolutionary War. Dated November 4, 1779, Harnett and Sharpe relate information about a memorial (petition) presented to the Congress by the Indiana Company regarding land claims. There had been a dispute between share holders of the Indiana Company and Virginia as to who had the legal right to sell land located...

Duncan family collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-007
Scope and Contents This collection includes the research material of Mary Ann Duncan Dobson.

Edna Harvey Joseph collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-053
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical research from Edna Joseph ranging from 1929 to 1969. Some of the research in the collection may be attributed to William Wade Hinshaw. After Ms. Joseph died Willard Heiss received her research, he deposited some of it at Guilford College in North Carolina.

Hotel advertising cards

 Collection — Folder S1548
Identifier: S1548
Scope and Contents Three hotel advertising cards are mounted on cardboard, three-hole-punched page, of which there are eleven. All of the cards have drawings of the hotel which is advertised. Most of the cards are 2 1/2" high and 6" wide. The oldest one is 1894 (St. Nicholas Hotel, Decatur, Ill.) and the newest are 1917 (The Samer, Salina, Kansas, and The Lee-Huckins Hotel, Oklahoma City, Okla.). The three cards on the first page are: Union Hotel, Port Huron, Mich., November 19, 1903; Hotel Conner, Harpers...

Jennie McDowell papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0880
Scope and Contents This collection includes photostat copies of land grant, family letters, and poems from the Lindley and Woody families in Indiana, Maryland, and North Carolina ranging from 1813 to 1884.

Jesse C. and Stephen M. Burch papers

 Collection — Folder S193
Identifier: S0193
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed copy of a letter from Jesse C. Burch in an hospital in Evansville, Indiana on 1862/09/05 regarding family matters and the war. There is also a typed copy and a photocopy of an autographed, signed letter from Stephen M. Burch near Raleigh, North Carolina on 1865/04/22 regarding family matters, the war, and Lincoln's assassination.