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Appleton Oaksmith papers, 1825-1888.

Auteur : Appleton Oaksmith
Édition/format :   Documents d’archives : Microfilm : Microforme originale : Anglais
Base de données :WorldCat
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The collection contains scattered papers, consisting chiefly of postwar legal papers and letters concerning the Carolina City Land Company of Carteret County and Oaksmith's detailed diary of an unsuccessful shipping venture in 1855 in which his ship was seized near Mobile, Ala., apparently while carrying arms to Cuba. Other papers include a dozen letters, 1874-1877, written by Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith from North
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Personne nommée : Appleton Oaksmith; Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith
Format : Document mixte
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Appleton Oaksmith
Numéro OCLC : 24040755
Notes : In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2193-z).
Master microfilm (M-2193) held by: NcU.
Microfilm filmed by University of North Carolina, Library, Photographic Service, 2005.
Description : ca. 110 items.
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The collection contains scattered papers, consisting chiefly of postwar legal papers and letters concerning the Carolina City Land Company of Carteret County and Oaksmith's detailed diary of an unsuccessful shipping venture in 1855 in which his ship was seized near Mobile, Ala., apparently while carrying arms to Cuba. Other papers include a dozen letters, 1874-1877, written by Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith from North Carolina to William J. Spence, Long Island, N.Y., concerning race relations and the temperance movement. Also included is a broadside, 1825, advertising for the return of runaway slaves in Maryland.

Microfilm contents: Reel 1. Entire collection.

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