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Thomas Edward Cox books, 1829-1830, 1844-1854.

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Creator: Cox, Thomas Edward, 1815-1855.
Collection number: 3309
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Abstract: Edward Cox (d. 1853) owned six farms in Henrico County, Va. His son, Thomas Edward Cox, physician and farmer in Henrico County, was educated at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., and the Medical College of Virginia Read more…

Christian Miltenberger papers, 1739-1841.

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Creator: Miltenberger, Christian, 1764-1829.
Collection number: 513
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Abstract: Christian Miltenberger, physician, was married to Marie Aim? Mersier (fl. 1803-1841), whose family owned coffee plantations in Saint Domingue on the island of Hispaniola. After their Read more…

Peter Evans Smith papers, 1738-1944.

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Creator: Smith, Peter Evans, 1829-1905.
Collection number: 677
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Abstract: Peter Evans Smith of Halifax County, N.c., civil and mechanical engineer, inventor, surveyor, cotton planter, and railroad employee. The collection includes personal and business Read more…

Arnold and Screven family papers, 1762-1903 (bulk 1818-1900).

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Creator: Arnold and Screven family.
Collection number: 3419
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Abstract: Arnold family of Providence, R.I., and Bryan County, Ga., and Screven family of Savannah, Ga., whose members included Richard James Arnold (1796-1873), husband of Louisa Carolina Gindrat and native of Providence, R.I., who owned Read more…

Wilson and Hairston family papers, 1751-1928.

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Creator: Wilson and Hairston family papers, 1751-1928.
Collection number: 4134
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Abstract: Members of the Wilson and Hairston families were planters and merchants of Henry and Pittsylvania counties, Va., and Davie, Rockingham, and Stokes counties, N.C. Peter Hairston (1752-1832), of Pittsylvania, later Read more…

Louis M. DeSaussure journal, 1835-1865.

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Creator: DeSaussure, Louis M., 1804-1869.
Collection number: 2251-z
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Abstract: Louis M. DeSaussure was a physician and planter of Beaufort County, S.C., son of Henry W. DeSaussure, longtime state chancellor. The collection is a plantation journal of Louis M. DeSaussure relating to his Beaufort County, S.C., cotton Read more…

Thomas Parks Collection of Parks and McElrath family papers, 1777-1981.

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Creator: Parks, Thomas, 1889-1980, collector.
Collection number: 4464
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Abstract: The Parks family, like many other Scotch-Irish dissenters, made their way to the North Carolina Piedmont, settling in Rowan County. There, William Parks (1770-1842) was born. He Read more…

Statistics of the North Carolina Commission of the Emergency Relief Administration, 1934-1935.

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Creator: Brinton, Hugh P. (Hugh Penn), 1901-

Collection number: 3986

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Abstract: Typed analyses, tables, and summaries compiled by Brinton, statistician for the North Carolina Commission of the Emergency Relief Administration. The compilations include the number of individuals and families receiving assistance in each county, with data concerning gender, race, age, financial history, employment status, and medical care.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Sparkman family papers, 1811-1904.

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Creator: Sparkman family.
Collection number: 2791
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Abstract: Microfilm of papers of Sparkman family members, especially James A. Sparkman, physician and rice planter of Georgetown District, S.C. Correspondence, legal and financial Read more…

Delta Health Center records, 1956-1992.

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Creator: Delta Health Center (Bolivar Co., Miss.).
Collection number: 4613
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Abstract: The Delta Health Center was established in the mid-1960s, in the rural, all-African American town of Mound Bayou, Bolivar County, Miss., and served Bolivar, Coahoma, Sunflower, and Washington counties, where poverty was widespread. The Read more…