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Iron Station (N.C.) papers, 1852-1878.

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Creator: Iron Station (N.C.).
Collection number: 4073
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Abstract: Sales correspondence, bills, and receipts, 1863-1865, of High Shoals Manufacturing Company; business letters, 1866-1878, received by Lawrence S. Camp, including letters from his brother in Centre, Ala., describing farm economic conditions and relations with black tenant farmers; and other papers relating to the economic development of Iron Station in Lincoln County, N.C.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Papers related to the development of Iron Station, North Carolina, including letters received by L. S. Camp of Iron Station from his brother, a farmer in Centre, Cherokee County, Alabama, mentioning relations with black tenant farmers (1866-1878). Microfilm only.

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