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other records management topics, please visit the Government section . State Agency Digital Collections 1901 Confederate Pension

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limited extent, official records relating to North Carolina and its Confederate regiments during the U.S. Civil War. Although the

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collecting various Confederate military records and papers that had remained in private hands for the fiftieth anniversary of the war

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) Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission  (PDF only) Chiropractic Examiners, Board of  (PDF only) Confederate Centennial Commission

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Confederate officers. Consists of correspondence, 1860-1861, and one undated antebellum letter (4 total), and miscellaneous items

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served with the 6th Regiment, N. C. Troops, Confederate States Army and Smith served with Troop G, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, USA. Dept

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that presented North Carolinians the opportunity to join either Union or Confederate military forces. Collection includes