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  • All fields: African Americans--History--North Carolina
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    • Letter: W. W. White, August 8, 1871

    • 1871-08-08
    • A letter that certifies the results of an election that was held in Wake County. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville County, N.C. Harris's postwar appointments include those...
    • White, W. W.
    • Letter: Governor Tod Robinson Caldwell to James H. Harris, Dec. 4, 1872

    • 1872-12-04
    • A letter from Governor Caldwell informing James H. Harris that he has been chosen to be Elector for the State of North Carolina in the upcoming presidential election. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872,...
    • Caldwell, Tod Robinson, 1818-1874
    • Letter: John Pool to James H. Harris, March 31, 1873

    • 1873-03-31
    • A letter to James H. Harris about the National Labor Council asking him to act as a “executive officer, at large, for North Carolina.” James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville...
    • Pool, John
    • Mammy: An Appeal to the Heart of the South

    • 1919
    • Mammy: An Appeal to the Heart of the South was written by Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown published by the Pilgrim Press in Boston and copyrighted in 1919. The story is based on "Granny Polly" a servant in one of the households near Sedalia, North...
    • Brown, Charlotte Hawkins, 1883-1961.
    • Petition to the Congress of the United States of America, July 8, 1867

    • 1867-07-08
    • Petition by James H. Harris and others to the Congress of the United States of America to “remove the disability of voting and holding office imposed on W. W. Holden by the Constitutional Amendment and the Reconstruction Acts.” James Henry...
    • Harris, James H., 1832-1891
    • Oath on the status of James Henry Harris, March 3, 1848

    • 1848-03-18
    • A court document recording the oath given by John Dickuson that James Harris was a free man of color. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville County, N.C. Harris's postwar...
    • Wiggins, James; Parchall, Daniel A.;
    • North Carolina Agricultural Society Certificate, August 18, 1869

    • 1869-08-18
    • A certificate of life membership to the North Carolina Agriculture Society for James H. Harris. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville County, N.C. Harris's postwar appointments...
    • North Carolina Agricultural Society
    • Union League of America Charter, March 26, 1867

    • 1867-03-26
    • A Charter given by the Union League of America that gives the listed members the right to be a council, known as the State Grand council of the U. L. of A. for the state of North Carolina. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican...
    • Edmunds, J. M.;
    • Letter: Nelson A. Wiley [to James Henry Harris], May, 9, 1868

    • 1868-05-09
    • A letter asking for help from “more prosperous communities “ to help the destitute and starving people of North Carolina. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville County, N.C....
    • Wiley, Nelson A.; United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands;
    • Funeral Service Program

    • 1951-01-01
    • This is the funeral service program for Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, the founder of the Palmer Memorial Institute. The funeral took place on January 15, 1961 at 2:00 pm at the Alice Freeman Palmer building in Sedalia, North Carolina. The program...
    • Palmer Memorial Institute (Sedalia, N.C.)
    • Letter: J. M. Edmunds to James Henry Harris, March 26, 1867

    • 1867-03-26
    • A letter from J. M. Edmunds expressing the need to act quickly “to effect a moral and political reform” in North Carolina. James Henry Harris was an African American Republican legislator (1868, 1872, 1883) and editor from Granville County,...
    • Edmunds, J. M.

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