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Rufus Amis papers, 1848-1938.

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Creator: Amis, Rufus, 1835-1903.
Collection number: 3158
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Abstract: Scattered family papers of Rufus Amis of Granville County, N.C., including letters, 1848-1850, to his first wife, Elizabeth (“Betty”) Ann Ragland (1836-1900), from her brother, Robert L. Ragland in Colbert and Barton, Miss.; letters concerning Amis’s illness and resignation from the Confederate Army; certificates; receipts; muster rolls, 1861, of Company I, 13th North Carolina Volunteers; and pages from the Amis and Chandler family Bibles and Amis family histories. Correspondence includes microfilm copies of two additional letters, one from Rufus to Bettie, 1857, telling her about prospects for settling in Arkansas and its advantages over North Carolina, and one, 1853, from John Barr Andrews, a student at the University of North Carolina.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

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