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    • Civil War Diary of Henry Hungerford Smith

    • Owen, Barry, Smith, Civil War, diary
    • Page 1 of Civil War Diary pages attributed to Henry "Harry" Hungerford Smith, husband of Mary Elizabeth Rose Duclos Barry, who was daughter of Mary Stedman Owen and Jonathan Antoine Barry. First entry dated May 3, 1864, with troop leaving...
    • Federal Point.

    • Fort Fisher, Civil War, Federal Point, Battery Buchanan, The Rocks
    • "Battery Buchanan" and "The Rocks," below Fort Fisher. A Confederate stronghold, Fort Fisher is located about twenty miles from Wilmington on the tip of the Federal Point peninsula. The fort protected the Port of Wilmington, which was the last...
    • Fort Fisher, NC.

    • Fort Fisher, Kure Beach, Civil War
    • Beach and ruins of Civil War earthenworks, with a damaged house in the foreground. Fort Fisher Beach and Hotel CafĂ© building. Note erosion. Written on the original photo: "Three years ago the rear end of this building stood at the point of this...
    • Lyrics to "Homespun Dress" Page 1

    • Homespun, Dress, Civil War songs, blockade, Owen
    • "Homespun Dress" was a popular Civil War song in the South, attributed to Carrie Belle Sinclair and sung to the tune of "The Bonnie Blue Flag." It details how Southern women were proud to wear their handmade goods as a result of the Union...
    • James Isaac Metts

    • Soldiers--Confederate States of America--Biography; Kinston (N.C.); Civil War campaigns; Johnson Island Prison
    • Original picture of Mr. James Isaac Metts, used for the engraving in "Biographical History of North Carolina" by Samuel Ashe. James Isaac Metts (1842-1921) was born in Kinston, NC, and moved to Wilmington, NC at age six. He joined the...
    • Lyrics to "Homespun Dress" Page 2

    • Homespun, Dress, Civil War songs, blockade, Owen
    • "Homespun Dress" was a popular Civil War song in the South, attributed to Carrie Belle Sinclair and sung to the tune of "The Bonnie Blue Flag." It details how Southern women were proud to wear their handmade goods as a result of the Union...
    • Dr. Hubert Eaton, Sr.

    • Eaton family, Burnett family, physicians, General Practioners, civil rights, integration
    • Dr. Hubert Arthur Eaton, Jr., son of Chester A. Eaton, M.D., and Estelle A. Eaton, was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He married Celeste Burnette, daughter of Foster F. Burnett, M.D. and they had a son, Hubert A. Eaton, Jr. M.D. He attended...

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