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A guide to the microfilm edition of records of ante-bellum Southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War : Series J, Selections from the Southern Historical Collection, Manuscripts Department, Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

general editor, Kenneth M. Stampp ; associate editors, Randolph Boehm and Martin Shipper ; guide compiled by Martin Schipper
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English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1989-1992
14 v.
  • 1556551398 pt 1
  • 1556551401 pt 2
  • 1556552211 pt 3
  • 155655222X pt 4
  • 1556552238 pt 5
  • 1556554001 pt 6
  • 155655401X pt 7
  • 1556554028 pt 8
  • 1556554036 pt 9
  • 1556554427 pt 10
  • 1556554435 pt 11
  • 1556554443 pt 12
  • 1556554524 pt 13
  • 1556554532 pt 14

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Contents: pt. 1. The Cameron family papers -- pt. 2. The Pettigrew family papers -- pt. 3. South Carolina -- pt. 4. Georgia and Florida -- pt. 5. Louisiana -- pt. 6. Mississippi and Arkansas -- pt. 7. Alabama -- pt. 8. Tennessee and Kentucky -- pt. 9. Virginia -- pt. 10. Hubard family papers, 1741-1865 -- pt. 11. Hairston and Wilson families -- pt. 12. Tidewater and coastal plains North Carolina -- pt. 13. Piedmont North Carolina -- pt. 14. Western North Carolina.

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