Annual report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina, 1864

with an appendix, containing the history and management of the freedmen in this department up to June 1st, 1865
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W.F. Brown, Printers , Boston
Freedmen -- North Carolina, Freedmen -- Education -- North Carolina, African Americans -- History -- 1863
Statementby Horace James
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 17180
ContributionsJames, Horace, 1818-1875, United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination64 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14987849M

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Contributor: African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) - James, Horace - United States. Army. Horace James, describing a freedmen's colony established on Roanoke Island as reported in the Annual Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina After Union soldiers took control of Hatteras and Roanoke Island, black families from the region sought refuge.

Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina () A Short Account of the Rise and Progress of the African M.E. Church in America by Christopher Rush () Sketch of the Early History of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church by James Walker Hood ().

Horace James, Annual Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina, History and Management of the Freedmen in This Department up to June 1st, (n.d.).

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Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War (). William McFeeley, Yankee Stepfather: General O. Howard and the Freedmen (). Annual Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina. with an Appendix. Containing the History and Management of the Freedmen in this Department up to June 1st, Boston: W.F.

Brown & Co., Printers, Thomas W. Conway. The Freedmen of Louisiana. Final Report of the Bureau of Free Labor, Department of the Gulf.

4 Horace James, Annual Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina, History and Management of the Freedmen in this Department up to June 1st, (Boston: W.W. Brown Printers, n.d.), pgs   Annual report of the superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina, with an appendix, c () United States.

Army. Dept. of Virginia and North Carolina. Dept. of Negro Affairs.; James, Horace, ; Dover, Cedric,; Cedric Dover Library (Emory University. MARBL) Added July.

Page 3. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA INSANE ASYLUM.

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY, THOMAS J. JARVIS, GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA: SIR: In behalf of the Board of Directors, I have the honor to submit the accompanying reports of the Superintendent and Treasurer of the North Carolina Insane Asylum for the year ending November 30th, — Horace James, describing the Freedmen's Colony established on Roanke Island.

From the Annual Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina Return to North Carolina Voices In Their Own Words. James’ initial efforts to obtain titles to land on Roanoke Island occurred when Gen.

Benjamin F. Butler appointed him superintendent of negro affairs for North Carolina. In FebruaryButler. With an Appendix, Containing the History and Management of the Freedmen in the Department up to June 1st, ; Ira Berlin, et al., “Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, ”; Vincent Colyer, Report of the Services Rendered by the Freed People to the United States Army in North Carolina.

Page iii. REPORT. To HIS EXCELLENCY, DAVID S. REID, Governor of the State of North Carolina: SIR: The Act of Assembly providing for the appointment of a Superintendent of Common Schools, (Sec.

11,) makes it the duty of that officer to submit to the Governor of the State an annual report in writing, "giving a detailed and condensed account of the manner in which he has performed his several.

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This report is a compilation of published and unpublished information on deposits of gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, pyrite, tin, cobalt, molybdenum, and tungsten, barite, and rare-earths deposits associated with sulfide mineralization in North Carolina.

An attempt has Author: Gwendolyn Werth Luttrell. [A discrepancy, in a small number carried from the prior annual statement, is highlighted in red in this report.] HED A short report from mint director Samuel Moore to President Jackson, who relayed it to Congress.

The increase in the amount of gold received from North Carolina in recent years is deemed remarkable (currently $,). NORTH CAROLINA GOVERNORS Ellis, John Willis - Served thru Clark, Henry Toole - thru Vance, Zebulon Baird - thru NORTH CAROLINA GENERALS.

1Anderson, George Burgwyn, Brigadier (b, d) 2 Armistead, Louis Addison, Brigadier (b, d) 3 Baker, Laurence Simmons, Brigadier (b, d) 4 Barringer, Rufus, Brigadier (b, d). ByNorth Carolina had more than 60 teachers and students in Kinsman's program (Blassingame, p.

The Gulf Region [ edit ] The Department of the Gulf, which encompassed Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama, was overseen by Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, who established a Board of Education and sought to provide basic.

11 Rovisal of 12Q2 of North Carolina Prepared under Chapter lli of!ill. ~ of!2Q.1(2 volumes), I, c. XVIII, s. the General Assembly required the Superintendent of the institution Enrollment Book, Negro Deaf, J Negro Blind,   Civil War Contraband Camps of North Carolina Massachusetts, as the superintendent of Negro Affairs.

James supervised contraband camps at Beaufort, New Bern, Plymouth, Roanoke Island, and Washington. The number nearly doubled by Januaryw contrabands living within Union lines.

In North Carolina, contraband camps varied in. The Grand Contraband Camp was located in Elizabeth City County, Virginia, on the Virginia Peninsula near Fort Monroe, during and immediately after the American Civil area was a refuge for escaped slaves who the Union forces refused to return to their former Confederate masters, by defining them as "contraband of war".The Grand Contraband Camp was the first self-contained black.

SummerVol. 38, No. 2 | Genealogy Notes By James P. Collins An Bureau of the Census report on Indians has a few items of genealogical importance. This portrait of Governor Blakesnake was accompanied by the date and place of his death.

(Misc. Docs. of the House of Representatives for the 1st Session of the 52nd Congress, —92, serial set volume ) An examination of the annual.(record group 75) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history records of the office of the secretary of war relating to indian affairs records of the office of indian trade general records of the bureau of indian affairs records of the commissioner of indian affairs and his immediate.Salisbury, North Carolina, Salisbury National Cemetery, Sandston, Virginia, Seven Pines National Cemetery, Semi-history of a boy-veteran of the Twenty-eighth Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers, in a black regiment.