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    • North Carolina historical review

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    • Vols. for 1924-Apr. 1943 published by the North Carolina Historical Commission; July 1943-spring 1972 by the State Dept. of Archives and History; summer 1972- by the Office of Archives and History; by the Division of Archives and History.
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    • Biennial report of the state librarian

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    • Biennial report of the State Library of North Carolina. Suspended 1973-1983.
    • State Library of North Carolina.
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch and Father, Aug. 20, 1863

    • 1863-08-20
    • John Futch tells his wife that he expects to come home soon since some furloughs are being granted now. He hasn’t gotten any responses from home to the letters he has sent. He wants them to have watermelons for him when he comes home. They have a...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, Aug. 16, 1863

    • 1863-08-16
    • John Futch writes to his wife that he is well. He asks Martha whether she has drawn any money or not. He has written to his family but has gotten no letters from home. He wants to come home very badly and is worried about his wife. He has some...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, Aug. 6, 1863

    • 1863-08-06
    • John Futch answers his wife’s letter requesting more information about the death of John’s brother Charley during the battle of Gettysburg. Charley was wounded near the top of his head on July 3, 1863 – John writes that he thinks the bullet...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, July 12, 1863

    • 1863-07-12
    • John Futch writes his wife to say he is well but tired from marching. He was glad to get her letter and hear that all is well at home. The regiment crossed the Potomac River on the 18th and marched through Pennsylvania and Maryland. He mentions the...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 29, 1863

    • 1863-06-29
    • John Futch briefly mentions a battle in Winchester, Va., and a battle near Harrisburg, Pa. He hopes that his regiment will “whip” the Union forces near Harrisburg as they did near Winchester. He is too far away from home to talk about coming...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 19, 1863

    • 1863-06-19
    • This letter was written on a form titled "Volunteer Descriptive List and Account of Pay and Clothing.” John Futch writes to his wife that his feet are sore from marching. They crossed the river into Maryland yesterday; John says he doesn’t like...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 18, 1863

    • 1863-06-18
    • John gives an account of the battle of Winchester and mentions the horses, food, and other provisions captured; he also lists the number prisoners acquired as a part of the victory. John wasn’t part of the battle himself and his company only had...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 16, 1863

    • 1863-06-16
    • This letter was written on paper with a patriotic Union illustration and printed verse. John Futch writes to his wife about the aftermath of a fight (battle of Winchester) – only one of their soldiers was injured. They will soon leave their...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 6 and 9, 1863

    • 1863-06-06; 1863-06-09;
    • John begins this letter to his wife saying that they left camp on Friday, June 5th. The handwriting changes in the middle of the first page - it is now June 9th and John is in Culpeper, near James Roe Anderson. He believes that they are headed to...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 2, 1863

    • 1863-06-02
    • John Futch talks generally of camp and a recent drought. They have not been in any battles recently and he has drawn new clothes. He has been paid and would send her money except he has to buy nearly everything he eats. He wants to come home, hopes...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, May 28, 1863

    • 1863-05-28
    • John Futch thanks his wife for her recent letter and is sorry to hear that she is still unwell. He says that John B. Blake "...did not tel much of a lie for they was a grate deal that did not do there deuty..." He describes the condition of a...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, May 28, 1863

    • 1863-05-28
    • John Futch writes to his wife that his brother Charley isn’t well. He mentions the names of a few soldiers who have died in the hospital and others who have left for home. He has drawn money and can now buy things again. They still don’t get...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, May 21, 1863

    • 1863-05-21
    • John writes to his wife that since he last wrote her the regiment has marched for two days and he is weary from the traveling. He thinks they will not stay where they are for long. They are getting very good rations now. He also sends word of where...
    • Futch, John

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