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  • All fields: United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Naval operations
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    • Fort Fisher Log Book, May 20, 1864 to November 10, 1864

    • 1864-05-20; 1864-11-10
    • Over the course of the Civil War, the port of Wilmington held almost to the end as the main Confederate center of blockade-running. A large factor in Wilmington's strength was its defense by the powerful Fort Fisher, located at the mouth of the...
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    • CSS Shenandoah Log Book number two

    • 1865-07; 1865-08; 1865-09; 1865-10; 1865-11
    • Log Book number two, of the CSS Shenandoah, Chronicling the voyage of the CSS Shenandoah between July 23, 1865 and November 5, 1865.
    • Waddell, James I. (James Iredell), 1824-1886.; Bulloch, Irvine S.
    • CSS Shenandoah Log Book number one

    • 1864-10; 1864-11; 1864-12; 1865-01; 1865-02; 1865-03; 1865-04; 1865-05; 1865-06; 1865-07
    • Log Book number one, of the CSS Shenandoah, Chronicling the voyage of the CSS Shenandoah between October 20, 1864 and July 22, 1865.
    • Waddell, James I. (James Iredell), 1824-1886.; Bulloch, Irvine S.
    • A. C. Atkins Paper

    • 1863; 1962
    • Account by Atkins of a death-bed confession in 1890 by "Little Bill" Kirk, who believed he shot Stonewall Jackson in 1863. This item was scanned as part of the American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration at the North Carolina State Archives....
    • Atkins, A. C.
    • Governor's Office, Military Board: Telegrams on the beginning of the Burnside Expedition, Jan. 1862

    • 1862-01-07; 1862-01-13; 1862-01-17
    • Three telegrams received in January 1862 by Gov. Henry T. Clark providing him news of the impending attack on North Carolina's coast by Union forces under the command of Ambrose Everett Burnside. Information coming to the attention of Governor...
    • Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip), 1811-1884; Huger, Benjamin, 1805-1877; Whitford, John D. (John Dalton), 1825-1910; North Carolina. Office of the Governor;
    • Letter: Zebulon B. Vance to his wife Hattie, October 17, 1861.

    • 1861-10-17
    • Zebulon B. Vance writes to his wife to his wife Hattie apologizing for his mother’s conduct toward Hattie, in regards to his brother-in-law Herndon, Edward W. Herndon and his sister Hannah. He also mentions the Union Navy could attack North...
    • Vance, Zebulon Baird, 1830-1894;

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