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Caroline Mallett Hooper papers, 1835-1880.

October 12, 2009

Creator: Hooper, Caroline Mallett.
Collection number: 3478
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Abstract: Family correspondence of Hooper, including letters from her father, Charles Peter Mallett, of Fayetteville, N.C.; from her fianc? and husband, George DeBerniere Hooper, lawyer, of Lafayette, Ala.; and from other relatives. The letters deal largely with family and personal matters, but include references to the Creek War in letters from Lafayette in 1836 and a discussion by Charles P. Mallett in 1853 of his slaves and their religious faith.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Family correspondence of Hooper, including one letter that discusses the religious faith of Charles P. Mallet’s North Carolina slaves in 1853 (See Folder 5).