|提及的人：||Cushing Biggs Hassell; Sylvester Hassell; David L Swain|
|注意：||In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#321).|
|描述：||ca. 350 items (5.5 linear ft.)|
Correspondence, volumes, and other items, chiefly 1910-1927, relating to matters of the Primitive Baptist Church in North Carolina and to the Gospel Messenger of which Hassell was editor. Included is an 1867 letter from David Lowry Swain, North Carolina governor and president of the University of North Carolina. Volumes include Hassell's diaries, 1870- 1928; accounts and subscription lists for the Gospel Messenger; and records of the Wilson Collegiate Institute and the Williamston Academy with which Hasselll was involved. There are also some materials relating to Cushing Biggs Hassell, including notes for an autobiography, ca. 1840; antebellum account books and inventories from his time as a merchant at Williamston and other places in eastern North Carolina; and a record book of his tenure as Martin County, N.C., court clerk, 1839-1850.
- Court records -- North Carolina -- Martin County -- History -- 19th century.
- Gospel messenger.
- Hassell, Cushing Biggs, -- 1808-1880.
- Hassell, Sylvester, -- 1842-1928.
- Martin County (N.C.) -- Social life and customs.
- Merchants -- North Carolina -- History -- 19th century.
- Primitive Baptists -- Clergy -- History.
- Primitive Baptists (N.C.) -- History -- 19th century.
- Schools -- North Carolina -- History.
- Swain, David L. -- (David Lowry), -- 1801-1868.
- Teachers -- North Carolina -- History.
- Williamston Academy (Martin County, N.C.)
- Williamston (N.C.) -- Social life and customs.
- Wilson Collegiate Institute (Wilson, N.C.)