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F262 .L6 C7 [Info] Roster of Confederate Soldiers in the War Between the States Furnished by Lincoln County, North Carolina, 1861-1865 (Lincolnton, NC: W.J. Hoke Camp, Confederate Veterans, 1905), by A. Nixon, I. R. Self, T. M. Foster, S. V. Goodson, and H. A. Gilleland, contrib. by United Confederate Veterans North Carolina Division and United Daughters of the Confederacy North Carolina Division (page images at HathiTrust)
F262 .L6 C7 1907 [Info] Roster of the Ex-Confederate Soldiers Living in Lincoln County, with the Address of A. Nixon, Delivered Before the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Confederate Veterans in Court House, Lincolnton, N.C., on Memorial Day, Friday, May 10th, 1907 (Lincolnton, NC: Lincoln County News Print, 1907), by A. Nixon
F262.M4 B5 [Info] Hornets' Nest: The Story of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County (1961), by LeGette Blythe and Charles Raven Brockmann (HTML with commentary at
F262.P6 K56 1911 [Info] Sketches of Pitt County: A Brief History of the County, 1704-1910 (Raleigh: Edwards, 1911), by Henry T. King (HTML and page images at
F262.P6 U5 [Info] Pitt County, Economic and Social: A Laboratory Study at the University of North Carolina, Department of Rural Social Science of the Pitt County Club (Greenville, NC: Greenville Publishing Company, 1920) (HTML and page images at
F262 .R4 T74 1999 [Info] Fort Raleigh National Historic Site: Historic Resource Study (1999), by Christine Trebellas and William R. Chapman (PDF at National Park Service)
F262 .R9 L38 [Info] Hogwild: A Back-to-the-Land Saga (c1993), by Jock Lauterer, contrib. by Maggie Lauterer (PDF at
F262.W4 D2 1914 [Info] History of Wayne County (1914), by Frank A. Daniels (HTML and page images at
F262 .Y2 H49 [Info] Echoes of Happy Valley: Letters and Diaries; Family Life in the South, Civil War History (Chapel Hill, NC: The author, 1962), by Thomas F. Hickerson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
F264 .B3 P3 [Info] A History of Colonial Bath (Raleigh: Edwards and Broughton Co., 1955), by Herbert R. Paschal (HTML and page images at
F264 .B59 B88 1989 [Info] A Village Tapestry: The History of Blowing Rock (Boone, NC: Appalachian Consortium Press, c1989), by Barry M. Buxton, illust. by Jerry W. Burns and Robert S. Jones (multiple formats with commentary at
F264 .F28 W37 1910 [Info] War Days in Fayetteville, North Carolina: Reminiscences of 1861 to 1865 (Fayetteville, NC: Judge Printing Co., 1910), ed. by United Daughters of the Confederacy (J.E.B. Stuart Chapter)
F264.L56 N596 1908 [Info] Address by Alfred Nixon, Esq., at the Dedication of the Confederate Memorial Hall, Lincolnton, N.C., August 27th, 1908 (Lincolnton, NC: Southern Stars Chapter U.D.C., 1908), by A. Nixon, contrib. by William Alexander Hoke
F264 .N5 L2 1886 [Info] Confederate Memorial Addresses: Monday, May 11, 1885, New Bern, N.C. (Richmond, VA: Whittet and Shepperson, 1886), by Ladies Memorial Association of New Bern N. C.
F264 .R1 M47 [Info] Metro Magazine (Raleigh, NC: selected issues online 1999-2013) (partial serial archives)
F264 .T17 L6 1908 [Info] Early History of Tarboro, North Carolina; also Collated Colonial Public Claims of Edgecombe County, and Easter Sunday in Savannah, Ga. (Richmond: W.E. Jones, Printer, 1908), by Gaston Lichtenstein (HTML and page images at
F264 .W7 N678 2006 [Info] 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Report (final report, 2006), by North Carolina 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, contrib. by LeRae Umfleet (PDF files at
F265 .A1 F67 1988 [Info] Lord I'm Coming Home: Everyday Aesthetics in Tidewater North Carolina (Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press, c1988), by John Forrest, illust. by Deborah Blincoe (PDF and Epub with commentary at Cornell Open)
F266 .S35 [Info] Sandlapper (partial serial archives)
F266 .S65 A6 1937 [Info] The Rules of the South Carolina Society, Established at Charlestown in the Said Province, Sept. 1, 1737, Originally Incorporated, May 1, 1751 (17th edition; 1937), by South-Carolina Society (page images at HathiTrust)
F266 .S665 [Info] Oration Delivered on the Third Anniversary of The South Carolina Historical Society, at Hibernian Hall, in Charleston, on Thursday Evening, May 27, 1858, by James Louis Petigru (multiple formats at
F266 .S73 H23 [Info] Oration Delivered on the Fifth Anniversary of the South Carolina Historical Society, at Hibernian Hall, in Charleston, on Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1860 (Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans and co., 1860), by Thomas M. Hanckel (page images at HathiTrust)
F268 .G23 [Info] Men of the Time: Sketches of Living Notables; A Biographical Encyclopedia of Contemporaneous South Carolina Leaders (Spartanburg, SC: Garlington Pub. Co., 1902), by J. C. Garlington
F268 .Y78 [Info] A Genealogical Collection of South Carolina Wills and Records (public domain volumes), by Willie Pauline Young
F269 .G85 [Info] South Carolina: Annals of Pride and Protest (main title page missing; New York: Harper, 1960), by William Francis Guess, illust. by John O'Hara Cosgrave (page images at HathiTrust)

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