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Shotwell family papers, 1829-1930

Author: Shotwell family.; Nathan Shotwell; Randolph Abbott Shotwell
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Personal correspondence, sermons, and notes of the Rev. Nathan Shotwell, Presbyterian minister who held pulpits in antebellum Virginia and North Carolina and in Tennessee after the Civil War; and correspondence and scrapbooks of his son, Randolph Abbott Shotwell (1844-1885), Confederate officer, North Carolina editor, and politician prominent on the conservative side of Reconstruction. Manuscript sermons and sermon  Read more...
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Named Person: Nathan Shotwell; Randolph Abbott Shotwell; Zebulon Baird Vance; Jonathan Worth
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Shotwell family.; Nathan Shotwell; Randolph Abbott Shotwell
OCLC Number: 23667377
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#663).
Description: 500 items (2.0 linear ft.)
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Personal correspondence, sermons, and notes of the Rev. Nathan Shotwell, Presbyterian minister who held pulpits in antebellum Virginia and North Carolina and in Tennessee after the Civil War; and correspondence and scrapbooks of his son, Randolph Abbott Shotwell (1844-1885), Confederate officer, North Carolina editor, and politician prominent on the conservative side of Reconstruction. Manuscript sermons and sermon notes by Nathan Shotwell comprise more than half of the collection. Other papers include Nathan Shotwell's correspondence about church matters and with his relatives in Washington County, Pa., and in New Jersey. Randolph Abbott Shotwell's correspondence includes letters from Jonathan Worth, Zebulon Baird Vance, and others discussing Reconstruction politics in North Carolina and Shotwell's arrest in 1871 for Ku-Klux Klan activities. An undated letter to Shotwell from an unidentified correspondent details Ku Klux Klan activity in Gaston County, N.C.

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