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2 June 1864: “ALL PASSES without exception, that have been given to persons to visit the Banks and fish in the Sounds, are hereby revoked.”

Item description: These are notices that appeared on 2 June 1864 in The Daily Journal of Wilmington, North Carolina. The first notice deals with the passenger lists of ships running the Union blockade, and the second with the revocation of … Continue reading

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30 September 1863: “…we took the cars for Charlottes-ville, which place we reached without any remarkable incident …”

Item description: Diary entry, dated 30 September 1863, written by Charles Dabney.  He describes his journey to Charlottesville to begin classes at the University of Virginia. [transcription available below images] Item citation: From folder 1 of the Cornelius Dabney Diary … Continue reading

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8 September 1863: “I will have to furnish my own spyglass…”

Item description:  Letter, dated 8 September 1863, from John S. Henderson to his mother, Mary Ferrand Henderson.  He writes while a student at Chapel Hill, discussing recent casualties of men from Rowan county, boarding costs and options, and his desire to … Continue reading

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