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Cupola House papers, 1695-1884.

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Creator: Cupola House (Edenton, N.C.).
Collection number: 1493
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Abstract: Microfilm of papers, 1695-1884, in the Cupola House, Edenton, N.C., including land papers, wills, deeds, accounts, and other business and miscellaneous papers of persons in the Edenton, N.C., area, relating to local government and institutions, military affairs, especially during the War of 1812, shipping and mercantile activities, and estate settlements and guardianships. Included are papers of the Baptist Meeting House, the mercantile firm of Collins, Allen, & Dickinson, the Edenton Academy, Edmund Hoskins, and the Roberts and Rombough families. Also included is an original 1948 photograph of Cupola House.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: The papers consist of public and private papers and records, several photographs, drawings, maps, and pamphlets. Included are numerous mentions of slaves. Microfilm only.

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