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Fri Mar 21 17:10:08 2014 UTClccn-nr950254520.00Barringer, Daniel Moreau0.871.00Address delivered before the Mecklenburg Agricultural society, at Charlotte, N.C. October 27, 185929425129Daniel_Moreau_Barringernr 950254523878817Barringer, D. M. (Daniel Moreau), 1806-1873lccn-n79032866University of North Carolina (1793-1962)lccn-n2003009551Southgate, Nancylccn-n83163604Barringer, Felicitylccn-no2005075467Henderson, John S.(John Steele)1846-1916lccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n94000226Democratic Party (N.C.)lccn-nr92025678Jenkins, Charles Jones1805-1883lccn-nr95018886Madrazo y Kuntz, Federico de1815-1894lccn-n88218885Washington College (Lexington, Va.)lccn-n85247486Swain, David L.(David Lowry)1801-1868Barringer, Daniel Moreau1806-1873Speeches in CongressHistoryBiographyTariffUnited StatesUniversity of North Carolina (1793-1962)North CarolinaBarringer, Daniel Moreau,Arizona--Meteor CraterMining engineersLegislatorsAgricultureNorth Carolina--CharlotteMintsClingman, T. L.--(Thomas Lanier),United States.--CongressPolitical scienceLanman, Charles,Fourth of July celebrationsFourth of July orationsDemocratic-Conservative Party (N.C.).--Central Executive CommitteeCancer--TreatmentConstitutional lawScales, Alfred M.--(Alfred Moore),Charlotte Branch MintCollege students--Social life and customsWhig Party (N.C.)North Carolina--ConcordMississippiLeach, J. M.--(James Madison),Barringer, Daniel Laurens,Diplomatic and consular service, AmericanConstitutional conventionsRace relationsPlantationsStudentsCabinet officersWiley, C. H.--(Calvin Henderson),Gold mines and miningVirginiaSlaveryWashington College (Lexington, Va.)Manners and customsMaryland--BaltimoreSmith, Robert,Fourth of JulyMadrazo y Kuntz, Federico de,Mississippi--OxfordSpainDemocratic Party (N.C.)PoliticiansWinslow, Warren,International relations18061873180618371840184518461850185618601871187219051392032370.11HF1754608ocn123428566book18460.93Barringer, Daniel MoreauSpeech of D.M. Barringer, of North Carolina, on the tariff delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., July 1, 1846Speeches in Congress284ocn009858272book18460.76Barringer, Daniel MoreauSpeech of Hon. D.M. Barringer of North Carolina, on the tariffSpeeches in Congress192ocn006994641book18400.90Barringer, Daniel MoreauAn address, delivered before the alumni and graduating class of the University of N.C., Wednesday, June 3, 184081ocn020500948book18460.88Barringer, Daniel MoreauSpeech of Mr. D.M. Barringer, of North Carolina, on the tariff62ocn031116723book18601.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauAddress delivered before the Mecklenburg Agricultural society, at Charlotte, N.C. October 27, 185911ocn680269525book18451.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauTo the freemen of the second congressional district of North Carolina11ocn727141536book18711.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauLetter of Hon. D.M. Barringer11ocn270622130book18560.10Barringer, Daniel MoreauCharlotte, North Carolina, to Oscar T. Keeler11ocn024448478book18721.00[Democratic-Conservative] Party11ocn003144723book18501.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauLetter, 1850 November 8, Madrid, to Daniel Webster, WashingtonSpeaks of the release of the Contoy prisoners and of Cuba. Mentions the workings of the English government in the area of political intelligence11ocn046344964mix1.00Lanman, CharlesPapersHistoryBiographyCorrespondence, photographs, and autobiographical sketches relating mainly to Lanman's "Dictionary of the United States Congress" and to his interest in the United States Navy and the War Department. Autobiographical letters from the following North Carolina Congressmen are included: Joseph Carter Abbott, Archibald Hunter Arrington, Thomas Lanier Clingman (2), William Davidson, John Adams Gilmer, David Heaton, James Madison Leach, David Settle Reid, Alfred Moore Scales, Henry Marchmore Shaw, Francis Edwin Shober, John Pool, and Warren Winslow11ocn703852018book18451.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauRemarks of Mr. D.M. Barringer, of North Carolina, on the proposition to rebuild the branch mint at Charlotte, North Carolina, lately destroyed by fire : delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., Feb. 21, 1845Speeches in Congress11ocn677857306book18561.00Osborne, James WLetters of James W. Osborne, Esq., Hon. D.M. Barringer, and A.C. Williamson, Esq., old line Whigs of North Carolina : also, an extract from the letter of Hon. Charles J. Jenkins of Georgia11ocn294908057book18371.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauOration delivered on the fourth of July, 1837 at Concord, N.C.11ocn084417163book1871Barringer, Daniel MoreauGen. Barringer's letter41ocn053170249book20020.96Southgate, NancyA grand obsession : Daniel Moreau Barringer and his craterBiography11ocn025280954mix1.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauDaniel Moreau Barringer papersHistoryFamily, business, and political correspondence and other papers of Daniel Moreau Barringer and members of his family. Included are letters, 1830s-1870s, from numerous North Carolina politicians and public officials, including Daniel Laurens Barringer, David F. Caldwell, Thomas L. Clingman, William Gaston, James Graham, William Alexander Graham, Willie P. Mangum, David L. Swain, and Calvin H. Wiley. Letters concern such issues as state and national politics; positions to be filled by President Zachary Taylor, 1848-1849; slavery; railroads; the University of North Carolina; and gold mining in Cabarrus and Mecklenburg counties, N.C. Papers for the period of Barringer's diplomatic service in Spain are especially full and include material relating to Americans taken prisoner after an expedition against the Spanish in Cuba. Letters, 1844-1860, from Barringer's brother, Paul Brandon Barringer, cotton planter near Oxford, Miss., discuss agricultrual, economic, social, and political affairs in Mississippi. There are also letters from Franklin L. Smith, a student at the University of North Carolina, 1827 and 1829; about politics during the Civil War; about race relations just after the Civil War; and about student life at Washington College, Lexington, Va., 1867-1869. Papers of Barringer's wife, Elizabeth (Wethered) Barringer (1822-1867) of Baltimore, Md., document her life, including treatment she received for cancer, 1866-1867, and the lives of members of the Wethered family. There are also two color photographs of oil portraits of Daniel Moreau Barringer and Elizabeth Barringer painted by Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz during the Barrigers' stay in Madrid11ocn319534937book19051.00Barringer, Daniel MoreauDaniel Moreau BarringerBiography11ocn050273632art1999Barringer, Daniel MoreauBiography11ocn058763314book1806Daniel Moreau Barringer, 1806-1873Fri Mar 21 15:41:43 EDT 2014batch12587