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GUIDE 



HALL OF HISTORY 



NORTH CAROLINA 



PREPARED BY 

FRED A. OLDS 

COLLECTOR FOR THE HALL OF HISTORY 



PUBLISHED BY THE 
NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

1914 



RALEIGH 

E. M. UZZELL a CO.. PRINTERS AND BINDERS 

1914 



GUIDE 



HALL OF HISTORY 



NORTH CAROLINA 



PREPARED BY 

FRED A. OLDS 

COLLECTOR FOR THE HALL OF HISTORY 



PUBLISHED BY THE 
NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

1914 



RALEIGH 
E. M. UZZELL a CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS 



THE NORTH CAROLINA 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION 



J. Bryax Grimes, Chairman, Raleigh. 
W. J, Peele, Raleigh. 

D. H. Hill, West Raleigh. 

Thomas M. Pittman, Henderson. 

M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill. 



R. D. W. Connor, Secretary, Raleigh. 

Fred A. Olds, Collector for the Hall of History, 
Raleigh. 



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INTRODUCTION 



The Hall of History of North Carolina was first 
established by Fred A. Olds, as the director, in the 
west room of the State Museum, December 15, 1902. 
The installation of objects began that day. Mr. Olds? 
began the collection twenty years before. Knowing 
this fact, Governor Alfred M. Scales in 1885 wrote a 
letter specially commending this work, saying that he 
hoped it would bring about the keeping of North Caro- 
lina relics in the State and prevent their dispersion 
in other parts of the country. 

The State Department of Agriculture provided a 
room for the historical collection, and the title "Hall 
of History" was given it by the director. The result 
of providing such a place was information as to the 
location of great numbers of objects. Visits were made 
to about fifty counties in a search for others. In ten 
years the hall was full, thousands of objects having 
been gathered, some coming from other States and all 
having historical value and forming a part of a con^ 
nected story. Photographs were taken and used in 
illustrating the history of North Carolina. Special 
studies were made of the life of the Cherokee and 
Croatan Indians. Pictures were made of many his- 
toric buildings and scenes. Many valuable gifts were 
made and a generous spirit was shown by owners of 
relics in giving or lending these or allowing photo- 
graphs or sketches to be made of them. 

The Hall of History remained in the Agricultural 
Building until 1914, when it was moved to its present 
quarters in the State Administration Building. This 
building is a fireproof structure erected at a cost of 
$250,000 in accordance with the provisions of chapter 



4 IXTRODUCTIOX. 

G6. Public La\YS of North Carolina, 1911, for the pur- 
pose of housing the State's libraries, archives, histori- 
cal collections and relics. On the 18th of February, 
1914, the removal of objects from the old Hall of His- 
tory was begun. Every object was carefully pre- 
pared for transportation and not one was lost, the 
labels being attached to each, so as to avoid any con- 
fusion. The work of installation in the new hall 
began February 20th and was pressed day and night 
until it was tinished in the west hall March 12th. 
The work progressed so rapidly that this hall was 
opened to the public March 14th. 

The portraits and other pictures in the old State 
Library were turned over to the director of the Hall 
of History upon the removal of the library to the new 
building. It was found that many of these were not 
suitable for use in the historical collection, so a study 
was made as to the proper place for all such pictures, 
which were duly distributed in the Supreme Court 
section of the building, the Confederate Soldiers' 
Home and the Agricultural and Mechanical College. 
With these went some of the pictures from the old 
Hall of History which were the private property of 
the director, a number of the latter being placed in 
the Raleigh High School auditorium and class-rooms. 

On the 17th of March a conference was held with 
the Attorney-General as to the legality and advisa- 
bility of opening the Hall of History to the public on 
Sunday afternoons. He gave his hearty approval to 
the plan, and so did Governor Craig, the head of the 
State board of public buildings and grounds, who 
commended the idea. 

The Hall of History was opened on the afternoon 
of Sunday. March 22d, it being decided that it should 
be opened each Sunday between the hours of 3 and 5 



Introduction. 5 

o'clock. The fact that it would be opened was an- 
nounced in the newspapers and large cards were 
placed on the outer doors of the building. This was 
the first public institution in North Carolina opened to 
the public on Sunday, and among the visitors the 
first day were, a number who said they had not hereto- 
fore been able to see the collection because of the 
steady work of the week days. They expressed their 
pleasure at being participants in such an event. 

On the 30th of March the compilation of a cata- 
logue of all the objects in the west Hall of History 
was completed. The announcement was made that 
lectures on the historical collection would be delivered 
at any time desired, in the afternoons or evenings, 
and various organizations have taken advantage of 
this opportunity. History classes from the several 
colleges and schools in the city have also paid such 
visits and taken notes of the lectures delivered by 
the director. 

In 1912 a visit was made to Murphy by the director 
of the Hall of History, particularly to see the collec- 
tion of Indian relics, the property of Dr. S. C. Heigli- 
way. On the 2d of May. 1914. correspondence was 
begun with him in regard to the placing of this col- 
lection in the Hall of History, which has resulted in 
his agreeing to bring the collection to Raleigh and 
personally install it in the Hall. 

The collection in the Hall of History is rich in ob- 
jects illustrating the War Between the States, notably 
flags and uniforms, more than 40 of the North Caro- 
lina regiments being represented by their flags, and 
the uniforms being those of officers of every rank 
from lieutenant-general and of privates. 

Correspondence has been carried on with a view to 
bringing in every flag carried by North Carolina Con- 



6 Introductiox, 

federate troops. Two of these flags have in past 
years been placed in the collection at Richmond. The 
opening of the old Hall of History twelve years ago 
stopped the sending of objects of this character out- 
side of the State. As the war recedes there is greater 
and greater loss of such objects if kept in private 
hands or in the custody of minor organizations, and 
hence the appeal has been made for the placing of 
them in the secure quarters offered by the Hall of 
History, where danger of fire is eliminated, where 
moth and rust do not corrupt and where thieves do 
not break through and steal. 



OBJECTS IN THE HALL OF HISTORY. 



West Hall. 

FLAT CASES. 

These cases run from No. 1 to No. 24 and are in 
sequence according to periods of history. 

CASE No. 1. 
Objects Illustrating the Colonial Period. 

Lantern, 1773, hand-made, sheet iron punched. 
Lent by H. E. Shaw of Kinston. 

Spoon mould, 1770, used in making pewter spoons. 
Presented by J. J. Jackson, Forestville, Wake County. 

Tinder box used in making fire in 1770 ; the wheel, 
being turned, struck a flint, making a spark which 
ignited tow or punk. Lent by Mrs. Bettie B. Grant 
of Pitt County. 

Portraits of Prince Charlie and his preserver. Flora 
MacDonald, and a letter written in Gaelic in 1750 by 
Dougald McFarland. Presented by A. P. Johnson of 
Fayetteville. " 

Indian relics, including a god, arrow, spear and 
dagger-points, pipes, tomahawk, and axe. Presented 
by Fred A. Olds of Raleigh. 

Ballast thrown from the vessels of Amidas and 
Barlowe at Roanoke Island, 1584. Presented by 
James Y. Joyner of Raleigh. 

Charcoal found far below the surface near the cen- 
ter of old Fort Raleigh, Roanoke Island, when exca- 
vating for the foundation of the monument to Virginia 
Dare. Presented by John D. Whitford of New Bern. 



8 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

English royal seal of George II., 1750. Presented 
by Fred A. Olds. 

Soapstone bullet mould from an Indian mound near 
Raleigh. Presented by Graham Haywood of Raleigh. 

Fragment of wine flagon, button, and a brick found 
in the ruins of the house of the pirate Teach, or 
Blackbeard. at Bath. Presented by J. Bryan Grimes 
of Raleigh and Miss Lida Rodman of Washington. 
N. C. 

Tea caddy used in the house where the tea party 
was held at Edenton in 1774. Presented by Dr. Rich- 
ard Dillard of Edenton. 

Half -penny of William and Mary, 1694, and brass 
farthing, 1708, from Bath. Lent by Miss Lida Rod- 
man of Washington. 

Candle snuffers, 1765. Presented by Wachovia His- 
torical Society, of Salem and Theo. Kuester of Ra- 
leigh. 

Spoon of William Hooper, a signer of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. Lent by Mrs. Helen DeB. 
Hooper Wills of Raleigh. 

Hand-made sulphur matches, 1770, from Salem : 
used until friction matches were invented. Presented 
by Wachovia Historical Society. 

Playing cards made by Henry Hart in London. 1770, 
for exportation to America and heavily taxed, the 
penalty for their sale in Great Britain being 50 pounds. 
This pack was bought in the original unbroken pack- 
age in 1893 at the sale of an old book store at New 
Bern. The cards are hand-colored. Presented by 
Mrs. Charles L. Stevens of Southport. 

Dulcimer, a musical instrument now very rare, used 
in 1760, and in use from Biblical times. Presented 
by E. L. Middleton of Raleigh. 



CoLOXiAL Period. 9 

Carved powder horn, 1760, showing the Hudson 
River and places along it. Presented by Charles L. 
Stevens of Southport. 

Communion tokens bearing the emblem of the Burn- 
ing Bush, used at the old Scotch church at Bethesda. 
Moore County, 1760. Such tokens were given to per- 
sons worthy to commune and shown by them to the 
elders of the church. Presented by John Blue of 
Aberdeen. 

Scotch purse, 1750. Inherited by Miss Katherine 
Ferguson of Fayetteville. Lent by A. P. Johnson of 
Fayetteville. 

Seal of Donald McLeod of Cumberland, bearing the 
arms of that family. Lent by A. P. .Johnson. 

Documents signed by Col. John Hinton. who served 
at the battle of Alamance, 1771, and his sons. Col. 
James Hinton and Maj. John Hinton of the Revolu- 
tionary army. Lent by Miss Price .Tones of Raleigh. 

The first house in Salem, built 1766, which fell in 
1907. Presented by the Wachovia Historical Society. 

Candle extinguisher, used in putting out candles. 
Presented by Howard Haywood of Raleigh. 

Bullet from the battlefield of Alamance, War of the 
Regulation. May. 1771. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Wax tapers made in Salem. 1770. and used for night 
lights. Presented by Wachovia Historical Society. 

CASE No. 2. 
Objects Illustrating the Colonial Period. 

Tile from the floor of St. Thomas Church at Bath, 
built 1728, the oldest church now in use in North Car- 
olina. Presented bv J. Bryan Grimes of Raleigh. 



10 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Spanish coin, 1708, found at Fort Barnwell, where 
the great battle occurred in 1712 between the Whites 
and the Tuscarora Indians. Lent by G. B. Webb of 
Kinston. 

Door-knocker and lock from Government House at 
Bath. Lent by J. Bryan Grimes. 

Brick from the Governor's Palace at New Bern. 
Presented by John D. Whitford of New Bern. 

Cloth woven by and gourd used by Mary Slocumb, 
a heroine of the Revolution. Presented by her great- 
granddaughter. Mrs. R. C. Hall of Fayetteville. 

Spoon of John Lovick, 1700, bearing his arms. 
Lovick was the secretary of the Province of Carolina 
and chief justice, and was a commissioner to settle 
the boundary between North Carolina and Virginia in 
1728. Lent by A. J. Kilpatrick of Kinston, through 
Miss Sibyl Hyatt of Kinston. 

Brooch worn by the Carter family of Virginia and 
three generations of North Carolinians, from 1750 to 
1900. Lent by Mrs. Harry Loeb of Raleigh. 

Burning glass, 1770, used in catching the sun's rays 
and starting a fire. Presented by A. P. Johnson of 
Fayetteville. 

Warming pan, 1775, used to hold coals in order to 
warm or dry the home-made linen sheets used at that 
period. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Embroidery on silk and painting on velvet by Misses 
Annie and Isabella Mclntyre of Fayetteville. Pre- 
sented by Mrs. S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Door-knocker from Blount Hall, the home of Jacob 
Blount in Pitt County. Presented by J. Bryan 
Grimes. 



Colonial Period. 11 

Glass pippin found in 1800 at Fort Nohoroco, 
Greene County. That fort of the Tuscarora Indians 
was captured by the whites in 1712, this ending the 
Indian war. Lent by John Harvey, Jr., of Greene 
County. 

Silver finger-guard, 1775, used in sewing. Lent by 
A. P. Johnson of Fayetteville. 

Linen cloth made by Mrs. Margaret Maultsby of 
Fayetteville and cap made and worn by her. Lent by 
Mrs. S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Shaving case presented by Gen. Nathanael Greene 
to the famous Peter Francisco of Virginia, the strong- 
est man in America, who during the War of the Revo- 
lution, with a sword he had forged in his blacksmith 
shop, killed seven Britisli soldiers who had entered it 
to capture him. Lent by the Pescud family of Ra- 
leigh, descendants of Francisco. 

Mortar and pestle of lightwood, 1770. Used from 
that period to the close of the Civil War by the Caton 
family of Pamlico. The Indians also used these mor- 
tars and those made of soapstone. Presented by Zeb 
Vance Babbitt of Trenton. 

Foot-warmer, 1770, of Phoebe Eliot Mitchell, rela- 
tive of the missionary John Eliot, who first trans- 
lated the Bible into an Indian tongue. Lent by Mrs. 
J. R. Chamberlain of Raleigh. 

Glass bottle made in England in 1767 for Col. Jacob 
Blount of Pitt County. Lent by Sharp Blount of Pitt. 

Memorandum book of Samuel Simpson of Pitt 
County, 1762. Presented by Mrs. H. R. Bryan of New 
Bern. 

Medals commemorating the 150th anniversary of 
the first Moravian settlement at Salem, 1753. Pre- 
sented by G. R. Schultz of Salem. 



12 Objects in the Hall of History. 

CASE No. 3. 
Objects Illustrating the Revolutionary War Period. 

Part of the flag of the Hessian troops captured at 
Trenton, N. J., 1776. Presented' by Gen. Carle A. 
Woodruff of Raleigh. 

Canteen carried by William Joyner of Nash County 
in the Revolutionary War. Presented by W. T. Grif- 
fin of Nashville, N. C. 

Miniature of Col. Maurice Moore of Brunswick 
County, 1735 to 1777. Colonial .judge, 1758 to 1776. 
Presented by Mrs. Selina M. Harvey and Miss Ida 
Moore of Washington, D. C. 

Bullet moulds. Presented by Herbert H. Brimley. 
Raleigh. 

Flax hackle, used for tearing fibers from the rotted 
stalks. Lent by R. R. Franklin of Wake. 

Picture of the hall at Fayetteville in which the 
North Carolina State Convention ratified the Federal 
Constitution in 1789. Presented by James Hollings- 
worth of Fayetteville. 

Grapeshot, canister, and bullets from battlefields 
of Kings Mountain and Guilford Court-House. Pre- 
sented by the Guilford Battle-ground Association. 

Five English half-pennies, issued for Ireland, dated 
1756 and 1776, found in a stump near Princeton, 
N. C. Presented by H. H, Hamilton of Selma. 

Washington half-cent, issued 1787. Lent by A. P. 
Johnson of Fayetteville. 

Cup and saucer of Richard Caswell, 1776. Lent by 
Mrs. Elias Carr of Edgecombe County. 

Salt shaker used by Casw^ell. Lent by Miss Sibyl 
Hyatt of Kinston. 



Revolutionary War Period. • 13 

Combs worn by Miss Isabella Johnston of Edenton, 
sister of Gov. Samuel Johnston, from 1765 to 1766. 
Lent by Col. Charles E. Johnson of Raleigh. 

Powder horn and cane of Joel Lane (1777), who in 
1792 sold to North Carolina the site for Raleigh. 
Presented by Charles E. McCiillers of Raleigh. 

Lightwood knot used as a cannon ball by the Ameri- 
cans during the Revolution. Vouched for and pre- 
sented by Rev. J. O. Guthrie of Raleigh. 

Picture of the Governor's Palace at New Bern, oc- 
cupied afterwards by the North Carolina Legislature ; 
also one of the palace outbuildings now used as an 
office. Presented by Col. John D. Whitford of New 
Bern. 

The Moravian church at Salem, 1781. Presented 
by Rev. Howard Rondthaler of Salem. 

CASE No. 4. 
Objects Illustrating the Revolutionary War Period. 

Pewter platter, bowl and plates buried during the 
Revolutionary War by the Moffitt family of Randolph 
County. Lent by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt of Richmond, Va. 

Drinking cup used in 1770. Lent by W. C. Tillman 
of Anson County. 

Shears . of Mrs. Elizabeth Strickland of Wake 
County, 1770. Lent by Mrs. Frederick S. Greene of 
Raleigh. 

Inkstand of 1776. Presented by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt 
of Richmond, Va. 

Tuning fork, 1770, used by William Moore, a sing- 
ing master of Wake. 

Plate, cup and saucer of William Herritage, 1760. 
Lent by Durant Herritage of Trenton. 



14 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

Button moulds for making pewter button. Lent by 
G. A. Strickland of Raleigh. 

Goose-quill pens of 1780 and instruments used for 
making them. Presented by Thomas D. Moore of 
Bobbitt, N. C. 

Autographs of Hezekiah Alexander, Jethro Alexan- 
der, and Ephraim Brevard. Lent by Dr. W. A. With- 
ers of Raleigh. 

Warrant for the pay in specie of a Revolutionary 
soldier, signed by Commissioners Montfort and Mc- 
Culloch for North Carolina. Presented by Fred A. 
Olds. 

Pins found in Revolutionary War papers in the 
North Carolina State Treasury, hand-made, with 
head soldered on. Presented by J. W. Denmark of 
Raleigh. 

Gloves of Capt. Samuel Alexander of Burke County, 
who fought in the battles of the Cowpens and Kings 
Mountain. Lent by D. F. Davis of Morganton. 

Plate used by David Beard of Guilford County in 
1750 for marking woolen hats made by him. Pre- 
sented by A. B. Beard of California. 

Hot-water reservoir dish of pewter used by Richard 
Caswell at his home near Kinston. Lent by George B. 
Webb of Kinston. 

North Carolina currency issued at Halifax in April, 
1776, by authority of the Provincial Congress. 

Collection of book plates. Lent by Marcus M. Smith 
of Raleigh. 

Mecklenburg centennial medal, 1875. Presented by 
Arthur L. Smith of Charlotte. 

Cream pitcher, 1778. Lent by Miss Mollie Nixon of 
Raleigh. 



Period Between Revolutioxary and Civil Wars. 15 

CASES 5-6. 

Cases 5 and 6 contaiu objects illustrating "Life on 
the old Plantation" during the period between 1812 
and 1S65, including wearing apparel of all kinds, em- 
broidery, fancy-work, home-made cloth, hunting equip- 
ment, purses, work boxes, bead work, bonnets, feather 
fans, etc. Lent by the Patterson family of Caldwell 
County and Salem, through Mrs. Lindsay Patterson 
of Winston-Salem. 

CASE No. 7. 

Objects Illustrating the Period Between the War of the 
Revolution and the Civil War. 

Spanish doll presented to the mother of Mrs. John 
W. Duckett in Robeson County in 1830. Lent by Mrs. 
Duckett of Raleigh. 

Scotch handkerchief, 1785. showing a penny wed- 
ding. Lent by A. P. Johnson of Fayetteville. 

State coach waybills, 1838, Salem and Fayetteville 
routes. Presented by Charles E. Cowles of Wilkes- 
boro. 

Silhouette portrait of Miss Katherine Ferguson, 
1800. Lent by A. P. Johnson of Fayetteville. 

Shackles for prisoners used in Wake County in 1800 
and key of old jail. Presented by William H. Utley 
of Wake. 

Notice of funeral, dated 1836, at Fayetteville, witli 
mourning weepers on each side. Slaves carried 
these notices from house to house between 1760 and 
1860. Presented by Mrs. S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Invitation to the ball given to General La Fayette 
at Fayetteville in 1825. Lent by Mrs. S. G. Ayer of 
Fayetteville. 



16 Objects ix the Hall of Histoky. 

Invitation by Capt. J. A. J. Bradford, at the United 
States arsenal at Fayetteville. to a dance in 1860, 
Presented by A. P. Johnson, Fayetteville. 

Invitation to' dine with Governor Benjamin Wil- 
liams, 1800, Lent by Mrs, Rufus T, Lenoir of Cald- 
well County, 

Satin badge with portrait of General LaFayette, 
worn at reception given him at Fayetteville, 1825. 
Lent by Mrs. S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Apron of Osceola, the head chief of the Seminole 
Indians" of Florida, From the collection made by 
Gov, David L. Swain. Lent by Fred A, Olds. 

Letter-backs, showing high postage charges in 1794, 
as high as $1 a letter. Presented by Wachovia His- 
torical Society of Salem. 

Scrip issued by the town of Salem in 1803 and pass- 
ing current there. 

Notes of the Bank of North Carolina issued in 1859 
for its numerous branch banks. Presented by William 
B. Snow of Raleigh. 

Telegraph envelope, 1852, Presented by A. P, John- 
son. Fayetteville, 

North Carolina bank note for 40 cents, 1824, with 
portrait of Sir Walter Raleigh ; presented by Fred A, 
Olds, Also notes of the same bank for six and one- 
fourth and twelve and one-half cents ; lent by Prof, 
Vernon Howell of Chapel Hill, 

The great seal of North Carolina, 1788, Presented 
by Charles J, Armfield of Statesville, 

Shinplaster or scrip issued by Raleigh in 1804, for 
sixpence. Presented by Fred A. Olds, 

Invitation to the entertainment given in Raleigh, 
beginning June 10, 1840, in celebration of the comple- 



Period Between Revolutionary and Civil Wars. 17 

tioii of the State Capitol and the Raleigh and Gaston 
Rtiilroad. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Silver medal won by a member of a Raleigh military 
company in 1832. Presented by Mr. W. A. Tant of 
Raleigh. 

Photograph of a challenge to a duel, 1778, sent by 
Andrew Jackson to Col. Waightstill Avery. Presented 
by Col. A. C. Avery of Morganton. 

Prescription of earthworm oil given by a Raleigh 
doctor in 1798, for a sick infant at Raleigh. Pre- 
sented by Dr. F. J. Haywood of Raleigh. 

North Carolina State Treasury note for 25 cents, 

1824. Presented by W. B. Fort of Pikeville. 

Bill for 20 cents issued 1816 by the "'arboro branch 
of the State Bank of North Carolina. Lent by Mrs. 
H. R. Bryan of New Bern. 

United States copper cent 1803. Found at Bath. 
Presented by Miss Lida Rodman, of Washington, N. C. 

CASE No. 8. 

Objects of the Period Between the War of the Revolution 
and the Civil War. 

Bugle used during the War of 1812 by Bugler James 
Rogers of Wake. Presented by J. Rowan Rogers of 
Raleigh. 

Newspaper carrier's address, "The Raleigh Star," 

1825. Presented by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Richmond. 

Squares, hammers, and ladle used in the construc- 
tion of the present State Capitol between 1833 and 
1840. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Bridle bit used by Lieut. Francis L. Bryan, U. S. 
Army, at Buena Vista, Mexico, 1846. Presented by 
Mrs. A. P. Bryan of Raleigh. 



18 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

Revolutionary canteen used in the War of 1812. 
Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Cartridge holder for Hall's breech-loading carbine, 
1828. Presented by G. W. Dortch of Goldsboro. 

Strap iron, the type used on the Raleigh and Gas- 
ton Railway from its construction in 1840 up to 1855. 
Presented by C. B. Ed\yards of Raleigh. 

Vault keys of the Bank of the State of North Caro- 
lina, Raleigh, 1795. Presented by Col. Charles E. 
Johnson of Raleigh. 

Key taken from the south door of the State Capitol, 
June, 1831. while the building was burning. Pre- 
sented by Fred A. Olds. 

Badges worn by North Carolina delegates in the 
William Henry Harrison campaign for the presidency, 
and a Harrison medal, 1840. Presented by George W. 
Folk of San Antonio, Texas, Miss Emma Tomlinson 
of Clayton, and S. L. Patterson of Caldwell County. 

Bridle bit which was part of an equipment costing 
$2,500, presented by the State of Texas to Peter Bell, 
its second governor, a native of Warren County, N. C, 
who served in the war with Mexico. Lent by Mahler 
Brothers, Raleigh. 

Cotton cards used by Miss Katherine Ferguson of 
Fayetteville. 

Candle mould and candles used during the period 
until the Civil AVar. Presented by Mrs. R. O. Leinster 
of Statesville, N. C. 

Die used in making the $5 gold piece by A. Bechtler 
at Rutherfordton. His privately made coins were 
sanctioned by the United States and passed at face 
value. They were stamped "Carolina Gold." 



Period Between Revolutionary and Civil Wars. 19 

Canteen, 1793, used by the Fayetteville Independ- 
ent Light Infantry. Presented by Dr. D. E. Everett, 
Raleigh. 

Invitation to a ball given to the graduating class at 
the University of North Carolina in 1850. 

Relics illustrating the life of Andrew Johnson, in- 
cluding a photograph of the house in which he was 
born, recently removed to Pullen Park on the western 
side of Raleigh ; shears used in the tailor shop of 
James Litchford when Johnson was an apprentice 
there; his tailor shop at Greenville, Tenn., bill to a 
customer made by him there in 1830. Cane made from 
timber of the old United States frigate "Constitu- 
tion," presented to him as the '"Restorer of the 
Union," in 1866, presented by Mrs. Bessie Rumbough 
Safford of Hot Springs, N. C. Photograph of the 
monument in the old or city cemetery at Raleigh 
over the grave of his father, erected in 1867 by the 
people of Raleigh and unveiled by him. Photograph 
of the monument to President Johnson at Greenville, 
Tenn. 

Fragment of stone from the ruins of Daniel Boone's 
house at Boone's Gap near the crest of the Blue Ridge 
in Watauga County, 1785. Presented by W. D. Coun- 
cil of Boone. 

Extra of Raleigh Register of 1832 about the fire 
in Raleigh. Presented by A. W. Haywood of Haw 
River. 

CASE No. 9. 

Objects Illustrating the Period Between the War of the 
Revolution and the Civil War. 

Judicial robe of James Iredell, Associate Justice 
of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1790-1799. 
Presented by James Iredell V., aged five years, of 
Norfolk, Va. 



20 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Relics of Nathaniel Macon, including brass candle- 
stick, silver ladle and spoon, spectacles, and a cane 
from the wood of his desk. Presented by members of 
his family. 

Marriage and death certificates of Maria Udney 
Blakely, only daughter of Capt. Johnston Blakely of 
North Carolina, commanding the Wasp, in the War of 
1812. At his death the State adopted and educated 
his daughter, making a special appropriation for this 
purpose. She was married and buried in the Island 
of St. Croix, Danish West Indies. 

Mariner's quadrant, made in 1759, brought in 1785 
by Isham Blake to Robeson County. Lent by George 
B. McLeod of Lumberton. 

Knee breeches worn by John Thompson at his wed- 
ding in 1797 in Watauga County and hat worn by his 
wife at that time. Presented by Albert Stout of Snow 
Camp. 

Spectacles worn in 1800 by the grandmother of Ed- 
ward Duke of Henderson, who presents them. 

Bonnet worn in 1800 by Mrs. John Bether. Lent by 
Miss Mary Bether of Lillington. 

Hat worn in 1806 l)y Isaac Penny of Franklin 
County and bonnet worn then by his wife Annie. 
Presented by William Best, Jr., of Franklinton. 

Coat worn in 1840 by Robert Taylor of Raleigh, 
then five years old. Presented by Miss Dixie Stein 
of Raleigh. 

Child's dress 1800, of satin. Lent by Miss Mollie 
Nixon of Raleigh. 

Masonic apron of Hiram Lodge, Raleigh, 1820. 

Sampler embroidered by Eliza Coats at Fayetteville, 
at school, 1814. 



Civil War Period. 21 

Cap, -stockings, and mitts worn in 1800. Lent by 
Mrs. Wiley M. Rogers of Raleigli. 

CASE No. 10. 

Articles of ladies' wearing apparel, illustrating the 
Colonial and Revolutionary periods and that up to 
1830, including a pelisse or cloak with cape ; dresses ; 
tortoise-shell combs elaborately carved ; calash, worn 
on the head ; slippers ; spectacles ; caps, collars, and 
mufflers. Lent by Mrs. Bryan Grimes of Grimesland. 

CASE No. 11. 

Objects Illustrating the Period of the War Between 

the States. 

Fragments of shell from the battleground at Hare's 
Hill and Fort Mahone, near Petersburg, and bullets 
from Hare's Hill and Fort Stedman. Presented by 
J. Bryan Grimes. 

Expanding bullet, caliber .58, occasionally used by 
both Federals and Confederates. 

Bullet fired by Federals at Chancellorsville, Pre- 
sented by J. A. Egerton of Goldsboro. 

Autographs of Confederate generals and other offi- 
cers, of Confederate cabinet officers, and of Jefferson 
Davis and Alexander H. Stephens. 

Confederate soldier's ring, made and presented by 
D. A. Coates of Smithfield. 

Certificate of release of Samuel L. Maurice from 
Point Lookout military prison. 1865. signed by A. G. 
Brady, who later removed to North Carolina and 
died at Fayetteville ; also brooch made by Maurice 
while a prisoner; both lent, by him. 

Parole of Private W. P. Reed, signed by United 
States and Confederate States authorities, he being 



22 Objects in the Hall of History. 

in hospital at Thomasville. Presented by Mrs. Mar- 
garet A. Call of AYashington, N. C. 

Rifle bullets found in trees on the battlefield of 
Bentonsville. Presented by William Saunders of 
Smithfield. 

Testament in inlaid \Yooden box made by James E. 
Reid, New York. The book was taken from the body 
of H. A. Sledge, C. S. A., at the capture of Fort 
Fisher, N. C, January 15, 1865. Presented by James 
E. Reid through Gov. Robert B. Glenn. 

Letter of Col. Charles F. Fisher of the Sixth Regi- 
ment, N. C. Yolunteers, and a belt-plate of that regi- 
ment. Colonel Fisher was killed at Manassas. Pre- 
sented by his daughter, Mrs. Frances Tiernan of Salis- 
bury. 

Ring made by Chaplain T. J. Eaton, Thirty-third 
X. C. Regiment, from the apple tree near where Lee 
surrendered to Grant at Appomattox. Presented by 
Dr. C. H. Brantley of Nash County. 

Tin holder and Raleigh-made cartridges found in 
the cartridge box of a Confederate soldier killed at 
the battle of Bentonsville. 

Buttons from uniform coat of Brig. Gen. James H. 
Lane ; one covered with cloth under orders from the 
United States War Department, dated in April, 1865. 
Presented by General Lane. 

County scrip issued during the Civil War by I^nion 
County for the relief of soldiers' families. 

Photograph of Capt. Thomas Crossan, commander 
of the North Carolina blockade-runner Advance. 

Medal of Gen. Stonewall Jackson, made in Paris in 
1864, but which did not reach this country until the 



Civil War Period. 23 

war was over, and was stored in Savannah until 1885. 
Presented by Rev. L. C. Vass of New Bern. 

Four-barreled pistol found on the battlefield near 
Goldsboro. Lent by G. F. Dortch of Goldsboro. 

Shoulder-scales worn by cavalry and artillery en- 
listed men of the United States Army. 1861-1865. Pre- 
sented by Mrs. A. B. Andrews. 

War-time tobacco, taken from the haversack of 
William A. Branch of Raleigh, a private in the Con- 
federate service, Army of Northern Virginia. 

Personal relics of Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, 
including field glasses, razor, inkstand, pistol, powder 
flask, visiting cards, coffee, pepper, and army counter- 
signs, taken from his saddle-bags. Presented by the 
Pettigrew family, of Tryon, N. C. 

CASE No. 12. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

The dying message (original) of Col. Isaac E. Avery 
to his father, addressed to the major of his regiment, 
the Sixth N. C. Infantry. Samuel McDowell Tate, 
Found clasped in the hand of the dead man, command- 
ing Ploke's brigade, on the evening of the second day 
of the battle of Gettysburg, having been written with 
his left hand after he had been paralyzed from a 
wound and had fallen from his horse, his blood still 
showing indistinctly on the lower part. The words 
are : "Major, tell my father I fell with my face to 
the enemy. I. E. Avery." Also photograph of Colonel 
Avery. Presented by Col. Alphonso C. Avery of Mor- 
ganton. 

Pen and ink sketches of old Fort Caswell, erected 
in 1814 at the* mouth of Cape Fear River, now re- 



24 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

placed by the new fort. Made and lent by Mr. 
Charles Curtiss of Soiithport. 

Brick taken April 9, 1905, from McLean house at 
Appomattox, where Lee surrendered to Grant. Pre- 
sented by Gov. Robert B. Glenn. 

Brick from old Appomattox courthouse taken April 
9, 1905, the fortieth anniversary of the surrender of 
Lee to Grant. Presented by Mrs. E. E. Moflitt of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Spanish costume worn by James Johnston Petti- 
grew at a l)all in Paris in 1859. Presented by mem- 
bers of his family. 

Pencil sketch of New Bern directly after the Fed- 
erals occupied it in 1862. Made on the spot by Frank 
H. Schell, a noted war-time artist, and given by him 
to Capt. W. R. Bond. C. S. A. Presented by Captain 
Bond. Also pen and ink sketches by Mr. Schell of 
North Carolina soldiers in 1861 and 1863. 

Epaulets, shoulder-straps, pompon, i)lume and hat 
ornaments worn by Capt. W. D. Pender. U. S. A., later 
major-general C. S. A. Lent by W. I). Pender, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Commission of Collett Leventhorpe, 1832, as en>sign 
in the Fourteenth or Buckinghamshire Regiment of 
the British Army. Signed by King William IV. and 
Lord Melbourne ; also letter from Gen. Robert E. Lee 
to General Leventhorpe in 1865. 

Relics of Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Ramseur in the 
IT. S. A. and C. vS. A., including his commission as 
major general, C. S. A. Lent by his daughter, Miss 
Mary Ramseur of Davidson College. 

Muster roll of B. C. Manly's battery, in Tenth North 
Carolina Regiment. Presented by Miss Annie Deve- 
reux of Raleigh. 



Civil War Period. 25 

CASE No. 13. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

Collection of Confederate stamps, embracing all the 
issues from 1861 to 1864. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Relics of Maj. Gen. Robert Ransom, C. S. A., in- 
cluding articles of equipment, belt, spurs, daguerreo- 
type made in 1854 wlien he was a lieutenant in the 
First Dragoons. U. S. A. ; letters to his wife while on 
the march to Gettysburg. Presented by the family 
through Mrs. F. M. Williams of Newton. 

Official report to the State Convention by Col. D. H. 
Hill of the gallant conduct of the First N. C. Regi- 
ment of Volunteers at the battle of Bethel, Va., June 
10, 1861. Lent by Dr. F. J. Haywood, Jr., adjutant 
Fifth Regiment. 

Confederate treasury warrant for $1,000,000 to pay 
North Carolina for supplies furnished the Confed- 
eracy. Lent by State Treasurer B. R. Lacy. 

Form of estimate and assessment of agricultural 
products for tithing, the law requiring one-tenth of 
all agricultural products to be given to the Confed- 
erate Government. 

Letter to Maj. Gen. W. H. C. Whiting, commanding 
the defences of Wilmington, to Flag Officer Lynch, 
C. S. Navy. Lent by Alvis Walker, Wilmington ; also 
autograph of Col. William Lamb, commander of Fort 
Fisher. 

Song dedicated to the band of the Twentieth N. C. 
Regiment by Samuel Somerset. 

Confederate furlough to Arthur McKimmon to visit 
Raleigh. Presented by Mrs. Arthur McKimmon. 

Orders of General Longstreet, issued to his corps 
in 1862, urging them to "Keep cool, obey orders, and 



26 Objects in the Hall of History. 

aim low." Lent by Dr. F. J. Haywood, Jr., of Raleigh. 

Parole given by A. D. McGill of Thirtieth Regiment 
at Appomattox Coiirt-House. Lent by Miss Eloise 
McGill of Fayetteville. 

Telegram from President Jefferson Davis to Gov- 
ernor Vance, asking him to call into service the local 
militia to meet the Federal invasion of eastern North 
Carolina. 

Regulations for uniform and equipment of the Vol- 
unteer State Troops of North Carolina, May 27, 1861. 
Lent by Dr. F. J. Haywood, Jr.. of Raleigh. 

Photograph of Col. D. G. Cowand of the Thirty- 
second N. C. Regiment. 

Certificate signed by Judah P. Benjamin, Secretary 
of State of the Confederate States of America, that 
William T. Dortch was a Confederate Senator, giving 
him leave to travel anywhere in the Confederate 
States except to visit an army or vessel of war. Lent 
by W. T. Dortch of Goldsboro. 

Letter from General Lee to the Secretary of War, 
complimenting the Twentieth North Carolina Regi- 
ment, Col. Thomas F. Toon commanding, and asking 
that the Federal colors captured by the Twentieth be 
presented to North Carolina as "another evidence of 
the valor that had made her name eminent in the 
armies of the Confederacy." 

Photographs of Gen. William P. Roberts, C. S. A., 
and of James A. Ramsey, his brigade color-bearer, who 
was captured by Capt. James Custer, U. S. A. 

CASE No. 14. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 
Relics of Maj. Gen. Bryan Grimes, including pistol 
holsters, shoulder straps, field glasses, spurs, belts, 



Civil War Period. 27 

and Episcopal prayer book. Lent by members of his 
family. 

Revolver, English pattern, brought through the 
blockade in 1863 and found on the battlefield near 
Goldsboro. Lent by G. H. Dortch. 

Pocketbook containing his last month's pay, metal- 
lic collar, part of belt and two bullets, all relics of 
Gen. Thomas F. Toon, the bullets having been taken 
from his body; also photographs of him. Presented 
by General Toon. 

Cup made at a pottery in Wake County in 1861 and 
used in the Confederate hospital at Raleigh, now the 
Confederate Soldiers' Home. Presented by Mrs. R. C. 
Badger of Raleigh. 

Brooch made from a beef bone by George Davis of 
the Thirty-second N. C. Regiment while a prisoner at 
Elmira, N. Y. ; presented by him. 

Spur worn by Joshua B. Hill, first sergeant Troop 
C. Third N. C. Cavalry. Presented by him. 

Confederate lamp, filled with lard, with wick of 
twisted cotton. Presented by Mrs. R. C. Badger of 
Raleigh. 

Mexican dollar paid Lieut. Fabius H. Busbee, Sev- 
enty-first Regiment N. C. Troops, near High Point, 
in April, 1865, immediately before Gen. Joseph E. 
Johnston surrendered his army. From the Confed- 
erate treasure chest each officer and private was paid 
one dollar in specie. Presented by Mr. Busbee. 

Letter of soldier, 1862. Franked by Lieut. William 
A. Graham, Second N. C. Cavalry. Presented by him. 

Piece of United States Military field telegraph line 
used by Gen. Joe Hooker in Northern Virginia. Lent 
by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. 



28 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Gold and bronze replicas of the great seal of the 
Confederate States. Designed by William Wyoii and 
made at the English royal mint. The original seal 
was sold some years after the war by an ex-Confed- 
erate officer to an officer of the United States Navy, 
from whom the Confederate Museum at Richmond 
obtained it in 1913. Presented by Rev. Bennett Smedes 
and Fred A. Olds. 

Bacon brought through the Federal blockade in 
1864, the vessel containing it being sunk near Fort 
Fisher and the bacon remaining in the water thirty 
years. Presented by J. M. Gallagher of Washington, 
N. C. 

Biscuit taken from haversack of a soldier killed at 
Gettysburg, 1863. Presented by J. M. Gallagher. 

Candlestick and part of candle from the tent of 
President Jefferson Davis at his capture near Wash- 
ington, Ga., in April, 1865. He used the candlestick 
in Mexico while colonel of the First Mississippi Regi- 
ment and also during the Civil War. Presented by 
his coachman, James H. Jones, Raleigh. Also hair 
of Mr. Davis, cut while he was a prisoner at Fort 
Monroe, Va.. June, 1865. 

Confederate envelope with portrait of Jefferson 
Davis and the first flag of the Confederacy, printed 
early in 1861 and bearing 11 stars. Lent by Mrs. 
R. H. Lewis of Raleigh. 

Card sent out by the South Carolina Convention to 
commemorate the secession of the State, December 
20, 1860, with the palmetto flag and the inscription, 
"South Carolina Independence Declared." Presented 
by Mrs. Macon Bonner, Washington, N. C. 

Paper bill issued by the city of Charleston in 1862 
for 50 cents, showing picture of Fort Sumter with 



Civil Wae Period. 29 

the Confederate flag flying on it. Fragment of mar- 
ble from the mantel in the quarters of Maj. Robert 
Anderson. U. S. A., commanding Fort Sumter, April 
16, 1861, the date of its surrender to South Carolina. 
Presented by Capt. J. M. Ramsey of Salisbury. 

Confederate bullet from Gettysburg. Presented by 
John W. Jenkins, Baltimore. 

Knife, fork, and spoon used by Thomas J. Latham 
of Washington, N. C, while a prisoner of war in Fort 
AVarren, Boston Harbor. 

Grape and canister shot and bullets from the battle- 
field of Appomattox. 

Cartridge box of a Confederate soldier and cart- 
ridges from it, found at Bentonsville battleground. 
Lent by Mrs. Margaret A. Call of Washington, N. C. 

Ivy root from battleground of Manassas, carved by 
a Confederate soldier in 1862. Presented by Mrs. 
Annie Fuller Malone of Louisburg. 

Bit and spurs used by H. G. Reed of the Thirteenth 
Battalion. X. C. Light Artillery. Presented by him. 

Fork used during the war by Sergeant F. Yail of 
the Sixty-first N. C. Regiment. 

Canister shot found embedded in a tree on the bat- 
tleground at White Hall near Goldsboro. Lent by 
Howard Haywood of Raleigh. 

Grape shot of unusually large size, canister shot 
and bullets from the battleground at Roanoke Island, 
1862. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Hand grenade of early pattern dug up in the Capi- 
tol Square at Raleigh 1898. Presented by W. D. 
Terry of Raleigh. 

Confederate militarj^ railroad ticket from Greens- 
boro to Charlotte. 



30 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Gun lock from battlefield of Reams Station. Va. 
Lent by G. H. Dortch of Goklsboro. 

Sea moss pressed by Maj. Robert Bingham, C. S. A., 
while prisoner of war at Point Lookout. Presented 
by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. 

CASE No. 15. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

Relics of Brig. Gen. L. O'B. Branch, C. S. A., includ- 
ing field glasses which he was using when killed ; 
holsters with pistols in them, haversack, sash, spurs, 
and looking-glass. Lent by members of his family. 

Powder made on Crabtree Creek, 3 miles north of 
Raleigh, by Waterhouse & Bowes of Raleigh, for North 
Carolina and the Confederate States, between 1862 
and 1865. Presented by J. S. West of Raleigh. 

Revolver and holster of Col. D. H. Hill, command- 
ing the First Regiment N. C. Volunteers in the first 
battle of the war, at Bethel, Va., June 10, 1861. Lent 
by D. H. Hill of Raleigh. 

Original design for the North Carolina State flag 
authorized by the State Convention which adopted 
the Ordinance of Secession, May 20, 1861. Presented 
by Gov. Z. B. Vance. 

Map of the battle of Bethel, drawn the next day by 
a Confederate officer. Lent by J. Bryan Grimes. 

Button from the coat of Henry L. Wyatt of the 
First N. C. Regiment of volunteers, killed at Bethel 
and the first Confederate soldier killed in the war; 
also portrait and sketch of Wyatt. 

Photograph of Adjutant James B. Jordan' of the 
Twenty-sixth Regiment, made during the war. Pre- 
sented by Otis A. Betts of Raleigh. 



Civil War Period. 31 

Enlistment papers of James H, Moring in the State 
Troops of North Carolina, "for the war," at Camp 
Boylan, 3 miles north of Raleigh. 

Commission issued by Governor. Vance, 1864, to 
Celadon Hiitchings of Raleigh as lieutenant in the 
Forty-seventh N. C. Regiment and claimed to be the 
last one signed by Governor Vance before the Con- 
federate States took from governors power to issue 
commissions. Lent by Mr. Hutchings. 

Envelopes of the United States and the Confederate 
States, issued during the war. 

United States cap box captured at battle of Bentons- 
ville, March 1, 1865. 

Pen and ink sketches of uniforms and caps worn 
by Confederate troops. Made by W. N. Hedges. U. 
S. A., and presented by him through Capt. William R. 
Bond, C. S. A., of Edenton. 

Testament found on the body of a Confederate sol- 
dier at the battle of Bentonsville. Lent by Mrs. Mar- 
garet Call of Washington, N. C. 

Field glasses found by Maj. H. L. Grant, U. S. A., 
in Fort Fisher on the night of its capture, January 15, 
1865. Presented by him. 

Quaker coat, vest, and hat worn by Edward J. 
Johnson, U. S. A., in making his escape through the 
Confederate lines to Ohio, the Quakers near Greens- 
boro having given him these clothes and otherwise 
aiding him to escape. Presented by him through 
Lieut. John P. Leach, C. S. A. 



32 Objects IxNt the Hall of History. 

CASE No. 16. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

Telegraph insulator used on the Confederate mili- 
tary telegraph line between Raleigh and Fayetteville. 
Presented by H. I. Satterfield of Raleigh. 

Socks knitted by North Carolina women in 1864 
and sent to North Carolina soldiers in General Lee's 
army. Presented by Col. F. M. Parker of Henderson. 

Fragments of shell, grape and canister and bullets 
from the battlefield near Goldsboro. Lent by G. H. 
Dortch. 

Spy-glass of General Wessells, U. S. A,, who in 
1864 surrendered Plymouth to Gen. Robert F. Hoke, 
C. S. A. Presented by General Hoke. 

Bullet taken by a Federal surgeon from the body of 
Private John L. Sherin, C. S. A., after the surrender 
of General Lee at Appomattox, 

Daguerreotype of Captain Cooke, First Regiment 
North Carolina Volunteers. Made in Fayetteville, 
April. 1861, as he was entering the State service. 
Lent by his daughter. Mrs. S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Feather flowers and tortoise shell brooch and ear- 
ring made in Raleigh in 1864 and worn by Miss Julia 
Hutchings. Presented by Miss Narcissa Hutchings of 
Raleigh. 

Housewife or needle and thread case found on the 
body of a Confederate soldier at the battle of Ben- 
tons ville. Presented by Mrs. Margaret Call. 

Spy-glass of Capt. James N. Craig, a Confederate 
pilot, who lived near Fort Fisher and who greatly 
aided Colonel Lamb, commanding that fort. Presented 
by his son, J. W. Craig of Southport. 



Civil War Period. 33 

Confederate bullet moulds used in Raleigh in mak- 
ing bullets for the army. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Bible and gavel used by Bee Military Lodge of Ma- 
sons and I. E. Avery Military Lodge of the Sixth 
N. C. Regiment. Lent by J. C. Birdsong of Raleigh. 

Cartridges made in Raleigh for the Confederate 
troops ; one with buckshot, one with round bullet, one 
with minie bullet. Presented by J. E. Applewhite of 
Raleigh. 

Furlough, leave of absence or indulgence, issued 
to a paroled prisoner while in hospital at Richmond 
and Danville. 

Hat of a North Carolina cavalry soldier which was 
buried with him in 1862 after he was killed in the 
battle at Washington, N. C, and found thirty years 
later ; also section of the backbone of this soldier, 
showing where the bullet struck him and caused his 
death. Presented by Dr. J. M. Gallagher of Washing- 
ton, N. C. 

Bullet, cartridge box, cap box, canteen, and haver- 
sack of soldier of the Fifty-eighth N. C. Regiment. 
Presented by G. W. F. Harper of Lenoir. 

Pike heads made in the State pike factory at Ra- 
leigh, 1862, copies of those used several hundred years 
before. Issued to several regiments, which drilled 
with them, but never used them in battle. 

Confederate handkerchief made in England in 1863, 
with pictures of Jefferson Davis, Lee, "Stonewall" 
Jackson, Slidell, Mason, Beauregard, Semmes, Mor- 
gan, and Joe Johnston. Presented as a memorial of 
Mrs. Aaron Prescott of W^eldon. 



34 Objects in the Hall of History. 

CASE No. 17. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

Wooden shoes and wooden bottoms for shoes made 
in Raleigh in 1864 at the. factory of Fraps & Thiem. 
Lent by Mrs. W. B. Shaw of Wake Forest. 

Shoes made at tlie order of North Carolina in Eng- 
land and brought through the blockade to Wilmington, 
for use by the army. Presented by Dr. Thomas D. 
Hogg of Raleigh. 

Draft on the Confederate treasury for $25,000 in 
favor of the North Carolina depository. Presented, 
by John R. Ferrall of Raleigh. 

Treasury draft for $520,206 for the redemption of 
Confederate treasury notes. Presented by Andrew 
Broadfoot of Fayetteville. 

Blank for subscription of crops for the defense of 
the Confederate States. 

Pass for soldier through Confederate lines and out- 
posts. 

Envelopes franked by Edward Stanly, who in 1S62 
became by order of the United States "Governor of 
North Carolina." with his capital or headquarters at 
New Bern. 

Telegram to B. W. Stark, operator at Raleigh, an- 
nouncing the battle of Shiloh and the death of Gen. 
Albert Sidney Johnston. 

Candles found in the sunken submarine boat of the 
Confederates, the David, the first submarine, sunk in 
Charleston Harbor in 1863. Presented by W. B. Fort 
of Pikeville. Also candles swept in 1893 from the 
hold of the Confederate blockade runner Beauregard, 
wrecked at Carolina Beach near Wilmington in 1863. 
Presented by Charles L. Stevens of Southport. 



Civil War Period. 35 

Bundle of cotton yarn made at the Rockfish factory 
near Fayetteville, 1864. Part of a war-time dividend. 
Presented by Dr. Tliomas D. Hogg of Raleigh. Also 
heavy sheeting from the same factory, hidden by the 
family of Maj. John Devereux between the floors of 
his home in Raleigh in April, 1865, at the approach 
of the Federal army and found when the mansion 
was demolished in 1906. Presented by the Gleuwood 
Improvement Company of Raleigh. 

Home-made cloth, dyed with roots and bark, made 
on a farm in Robeson County in 1864 and cotton cards 
used there. 

Samples of cotton cloth from ^n Iredell County mill 
for uniforms and underwear for soldiers. Presented 
by Joseph F. Armfield of Statesville. 

Cloth made 'in England for ladies' dresses and en- 
tirely covered with Confederate battle flags. Worn in 
1864 by a lady of Wilmington. Presented by Miss 
Mary Saunders of Wilmington. 

Woolen dress goods for ladies' wear made in Moore 
County in 1864. Presented by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. 

Smoking tobacco made in North Carolina in 1864. 
Presented by Dr. J. M. Gallagher, Washington, N. C. 

Paper made at the Milburnie paper mills near Ra- 
leigh in 1864. Presented by Miss Mary Hilliard Hin- 
ton of Raleigh. 

State Treasury warrant, 1864, for arms and am- 
munition. ; 

Confederate candle, 1864, of broom-straw wrapped 
with rags and covered with tallow, pressed into shape 
by the hands. Made by the family of Reuben Mc- 
Daniel of Iredell. Presented by W. M. Nicholson of 
Statesville. 



36 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Parasol made in Raleigh, out of an old dress, by 
Miss West, 1864. Presented by N. W. West of Ra- 
leigh. 

Request three days after North Carolina seceded 
from the Union, May 20, 1861, for rations for a com- 
pany of troops. 

Photographs of Robert E. Lee as a captain in the 
United States Army and as general-in-chief of the 
Confederate armies. 

Envelope of letter written to John White, agent of 
Governor Vance in England, for the sale of this 
State's cotton bonds and the purchase of supplies. 

Photographs of President and Mrs. Jefferson Davis, 
made in Richmond, 1861. 

CASE No. 18. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

North Carolina Civil War currency in original pack- 
ages, 25, 50, and 75 cents ; also $100 Confederate bills 
found to be counterfeit and so stamped and canceled 
by the Confederate States Treasury Department. 

Original sheets of North Carolina currency, 10 and 
25 cents. Note for $1 issued by Camden County in 
1861, lent by Stamps Howard of Tarboro. 

Confederate $10 bill carried by a private during 
the seven days fight around Richmond, in prison on 
Morris Island, in the Wilson County home and in the 
North Carolina Soldiers' Home. 

Envelopes made of wall paper in 1864 and presented 
by N. W. West and Rev. George W. Lay of Raleigh. 

Silk made in Chatham County, 1863. 

V 

Bust of Gen. Robert E. Lee, designed and executed 
by Miss Mary Mason of Raleigh. Presented by Alex. 
B. Stronach. 



Civil War Period. 37 

Steel engraving of Gen. U. S. Grant, made in 1863. 

Confederate States ballot in 1861, voted in North 
Carolina and headed, "The People's Ticket." 

Confederate States certificate for $5,000, nontax- 
able. Lent by Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount Cheshire. 

Tracts issued by the Confederate States Evangeli- 
cal Tract Society and given out by colporteurs to sol- 
diers. Presented by Miss Kate Deverenx of Raleigh. 

Certificates of dependent relatives left by soldiers 
killed in battle or who died v^hile in service. 

Certificates for money borrowed by the Confederate 
States in 1864, bearing 4 per cent interest. 

Allowance of claims by dependent relatives of de- 
ceased soldiers for the amount found to be due such 
soldiers for pay. 

Confederate bonds and those issued by the State of 
North Carolina. Presented by Charles H. Belvin of 
Raleigh. 

CASE No. 19. 
Objects Illustrating War History of Colonel Kenan. 

Relics largely illustrative of his services and mainly 
lent by Col. Thomas S. Kenan, commanding Forty-third 
N. C. Regiment. These include his call for recruits 
for his company in April. 1861 ; a picture of the com- 
pany : the order to it to report at Raleigh, dated 
April 25, 1861 ; letter to him from Commodore S. S. 
Lee, C. S. Navy; looking-glass vised while a prisoner 
at Johnson's Island ; tobacco bag and a pocketbook 
made by a sweetheart and containing some of his 
Confederate pay money ; furlough granted him to 
visit his home, granted by the Confederate War De- 
partment ; his pay voucher and his parole, dated May 
12, 1865, at Charlotte ; Confederate stamps in original 
sheets and envelopes containing prison money used 
by the Confederates at the Johnson's Island prison ; 



38 Objects in the Hall of History. 

portrait of Colonel Kenan during the war ; letter to 
him and other Confederate officers from Col. Charles 
W. Hill, U. S. A., commanding the prison at Johnson's 
Island, thanking them for the tender of their services 
for clerical work and expressing their liking for him ; 
bills of the plays put on at that prison by the "Rebel 
Thespians" and the "Rebellonians." 

CASE No. 20. 
Objects Illustrating the Civil War Period. 

Partial roster of Confederate prisoners of war at 
Elmira, N. Y. Lent by Mrs. R. J. Davis of Areola, 
N. C. 

Album with autographs of Confederate prisoners at 
Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, and book marks made 
by Capt. Thomas Sparrow, a prisoner there. Lent by 
Mrs. R. H. Lewis of Raleigh. 

Chain made with a pocket knife by a Federal pris- 
oner in the Confederate prison at Salisbury. 

Orders from Governor Vance to militia officers to 
resist the attack by the Federals upon the coast of 
this State. 

Camp instructions prepared by Col. D. H. Hill, First 
Regiment N. C. Volunteers. April, 1862. Lent by Dr. 
F. J. Haywood of Raleigh. 

Quill pen made by Henry M. Shaw for special use 
as a delegate in signing the North Carolina Ordinance 
of Secession, May 20, 1861. Presented through Chief 
Justice Walter Clark by W. B. Shaw of Madison, Wis- 
consin. 

Order for prayer in camp, issued by the Adjutant 
General for the North Carolina troops. 

Photograph of the statue of the Confederate sol- 
dier surmounting the Confederate monument at Ra- 
leigh before it was placed in position. 



Civil Wak Period. 39 

Confederate muster rolls from the Kenan collec- 
tion. 

Parched corn brought from Point Lookout Prison 
by Private George Cheek of Alamance County, 1864. 

War songs of 1861. 

Shoes of half-tanned leather with wooden bottoms, 
made for slaves in 1863-1865. Presented by Mrs. 
Florence P. Tucker of Raleigh. 

OfBcial certificate of the freedom of a colored wo- 
man. Presented by her son, Nelson Dunston of Ra- 
leigh. 

Original reward for a runaway slave, 1826. 

Bills of sale for slaves, men, women, and children. 
Presented by Ashby L. Baker. 

List of slaves owned by a family and sold at the 
death of the owner, their prices ranging from $100 
for an infant to $1,250 for a youth of 18 and $1,000 
for a woman of 21. 

Letter written by Mrs. Jefferson Davis to James H. 
Jones, the Davis coachman during the war. Pre- 
sented by Jones as one of the last letters written 
before her death in New York City. 

Picture of colored w^oman at Fayetteville who 
nursed four generations in one family. 

Old State Bank bills and bill issued by an insur- 
ance company at Greensboro, all being part of the 
price paid for a slave in 1864. 

CASE No. 23. 
Objects Connected with Wars of the United States in 
Cuba, the Philippines, and China, in Which North Caro- 
lina Troops Were Engaged. 

Cartridge case from the cruiser Raleigh. Presented 
by Capt. J. W. Coghlan of the Raleigh. 



40 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Six-pounder shell and cartridge case, complete, 
taken from the Spanish cruiser Rcina Mercedes, sunk 
in action at Santiago, 1898. Presented by Hon. John 
H. Small of Washington, N. C. 

Fragment of Spanish flag from the Morro Castle at 
Havana. Presented by R. H. Cowan of Pittsboro. 

Cuban note for 200 pesos. Presented by Edward 
Ross of Wake. 

Cuban small currency. Presented by John C. High 
of Connor. 

Part of Spanish flag from Castello Principe, Ha- 
vana. Presented by Col. J. F. Armfield. 

American flag displayed by Cubans in Havana on 
the entry of the First North Carolina Regiment, U. S. 
Volunteers, the first American troops to march through 
the city, and presented by a Cuban to Col. J. F. Arm- 
field of that regiment. 

Canister shot from Morro Castle. Havana. Pre- 
sented by Fred A. Olds. 

Fragment of the U. S. S. Maine. Presented by 
Fred A. Olds. 

Cartridge for one-pounder rapid-fire gun of the 
Spanish cruiser Reina Mercedes. Presented by D. O. 
Maglenn of Raleigh. 

Clip of Mauser rifle cartridge captured at Santiago, 
Cuba. Presented by W. T. Dortch of Goldsboro. 

Fragment of the Maria Teresa, flagship of the 
Spanish squadron destroyed at Santiago. Presented 
by Fred A. Olds. 

Hawaiian half-dollar, silver. Presented by J. W. 
Bonitz of Wilmington. 



Cuba, the Philippines, and China. 41 

Caltrops, sharp pieces of metal put on the ground 
by the Filipinos to wound the American soldiers' feet. 
Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Filipino spear point of wood, stuck in the bottom 
of pitfalls covered with reeds and earth. Presented 
by Lawrence Nichols of Raleigh. 

Rapid-fire gun cartridge reloaded by the Filipinos 
for use against Americans in 1900. 

Flag captured from insurgent Filipinos by North 
Carolinians and originally captured by the Filipinos 
from a Spanish gunboat; also flag captured from a 
Filipino officer. Lent by W. T. Terry of Raleigh. 

Filipino cigarette holder woven without seams from 
hemp fiber. 

Guido, musical instrument from Porto Rico. Lent 
by Thomas Dortch of Raleigh. 

Filipino banjo. Lent by J. A. Egerton of Goldsboro. 

Filipino hymn-book in the Tagalog dialect. Pre- 
sented by Z. V. Babbitt of Kinston. 

Filipino comb made of wood ; also theater tickets 
and postage stamps issued by the Spaniards and 
United States, and Spanish coins from the Philippines. 
Presented by Lawrence Nichols of Raleigh. 

Revenue stamps from a hotel register at Matanzas, 
Cuba, one being placed beside each name registered. 

Filipino fans, tree cotton and pina cloth, made of 
vegetable fiber and worn by the Filipino women. 

Mexican dollar, current in the Philippines until the 
United States occupation. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 



42 Objects in the Hall of History. 

CASE No. 24. 

Photographs of the First and Second North Caro- 
lina Regiments in the war with Spain, taken in Ra- 
leigh and in Cuba. 

Collection of United States paper currency in use 
from 18G1 to 1878, when specie payments were re- 
sumed. Lent by Fred A, Olds. 

Relics of Lieut. William E. Shipp. U. S. A., including 
field glasses, belts, gloves, and cap. Lent by the 
family. 

UPRIGHT CASES. 

Upright cases are numbered from 1 to 6 ; three con- 
taining Confederate flags; one Confederate flags and 
uniforms ; one Confederate uniforms ; one United 
States national and regimental flags and uniforms, 
together with flags of the War with Spain, the War 
Between the States, and the War with Mexico. 

CASE No. 1. 

Confederate battle flags of the 1st, 2d, ISth (2), 6th, 
22d, 23d, 26th, 28th (2), 24th. 6th N. C. Regiments; 
also small silk flag on short staff, merely a limb of a 
tree, with initials "K. L, A." sewed on, and not yet lo- 
cated, but sent with all the other flags in this case by 
the United States War Department to North Carolina 
in 1905, and labeled as having been captured in North 
Carolina, its staff showing that the flag has been much 
used. 

CASE No. 2. 

Confederate battle flags of the 13th (2), 18th, 12th, 
30th, 4th, 28th, 24th, 6th. and 39th North Carolina 
Regiments ; also headquarters flag of Brig. Gen. Rufus 



Flags, Uniforms, Etc. 43 

Barringer. All these were returned by the United 
States War Department in 1905. 

There is in this case tlie hand bell used at Governor 
Tryon's palace up to the termination of its occupancy 
by the Royal officials in 1775, and later used by Gov- 
ernor Caswell and by the General Assembly. Pre- 
sented by Col. John D. Whitford of New Bern. 

There are also three pieces of silver-plated ware, 
originally in use on the Peninsular and Oriental 
steamship line and later on the Confederate blockade- 
runner Advance, bought and operated by the State 
and plying between Nassau and Wilmington, taking 
out cotton and naval stores and bringing in mili- 
tary and other supplies for the use of the North Caro- 
lina troops and people. Afterwards these were in the 
possession of various governors, and in 1903 were pre- 
sented by Gov. Charles B. Ay cock to the Hall of His- 
tory. 

CASE No. 3. 

Confederate flags of the 30th, 55th, 46th, 47th (2, 
one the battle flag, the other the State flag), 14th, 
.S3d, 34th (2), 38th, 58th, 54th, 52d, 50th, 35th (State), 
40th (State), 3d and 4th Volunteers. All except the 
14th, 34th, 50th, and 4th Volunteers were returned by 
the United States War Department; the others pri- 
vately presented, as follows : The 34th by the widow 
of Captain Colby of the 2d New Hampshire Regiment, 
which captured it, through Mrs. Roscoe H. Chesley 
of Boston, Mass. ; the 4th Volunteers, by Col. E. E. 
Cross of the 5th New Hampshire Regiment, which 
captured it; the 50th by Fred A. Olds; the 58th by 
Maj. G. W^ F. Harper of Lenoir; the 14th by Capt. 
W. T. Jenkins and G. M. Johnson of Littleton; the 
3d, by the DeRosset family of Wilmington. 



44 Objects in the Hall of History, 

CASE No. 4. 

Flag of the First N, C. Volunteers, made by the 
ladies of Asheville from their silk dresses in May, 
1861, carried at the battle of Bethel, June 10, 1861, 
bearing the embroidered inscription "Bethel," this 
regiment having been for its gallantry named the 
"Bethel Regiment." 

Headquarters or division flag of Maj. Gen. Robert 
F. Hoke, bearing his autograph. 

Headquarters or division flag of Maj, Gen. Bryan 
Grimes, made in England of silk and one of a hun- 
dred sent to the Confederacy by English ladies. This 
flag was at his headquarters at Appomattox April 9, 
1865, and was brought from there to Raleigh by Sher- 
wood Badger underneath his clothing. 

Uniforms of Brig, Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, 
Maj. Gen. Robert Ransom. Maj. Gen, William D, Pen- 
der, Brig, Gen. L. O'B. Branch, Brig. Gen, Collett 
Leventhorpe, Maj, Gen, Robert F, Hoke, Brig, Gen. 
William R, Cox, the uniforms being mainly dress 
coats. There are also overcoats, capes, trousers, vests, 
caps, hats, and sashes, all the objects being loans 
from these officers or members of their families, 

CASE No, 5. 

Uniforms of all branches of the Confederate service 
and of all ranks below brigadier general, from colonel 
to private, including coats of Col, John R, Lane and 
Lieut, Col, John T, Jones of the 26th Regiment ; Capt. 
Benjamin S, Skinner, 27th Regiment ; Capt, George 
Pettigrew Bryan ; Maj, Graham Daves ; Capt. Thomas 
Sparrow, 1st Regiment of Artillery ; Lieut. Col. Fran- 
cis W. Byrd of the Bethel Regiment ; Col, D, G, Cow- 
and, 32d Regiment ; Maj, Rufus S, Tucker, Col, Charles 



Flags, Uniforms, Etc. 45 

W. Broadfoot ; Private William A. Brancli ; Private 
Thomas P. Devereux, 43d Regiment; Capt. Henry C. 
Albright, 26th Regiment. 

There are also in this case otlier articles of uni- 
form, including caps, gauntlets, sashes, trousers, vests, 
hats, worn by these officers and enlisted men ; also 
swords of Colonel Cowand. 

CASE No. 6. 

National and regimental colors of the First North 
Carolina Infantry, U. S. Volunteers, in the War with 
Spain, these being the first American flags borne 
through Havana. National flag of the Plymouth gar- 
rison, captured in 1864 by Maj. Gen. Robert F. Hoke, 
C. S. A. Flags of the cruiser Raleigh at the battle of 
Manilla, July 1, 1898. Flag of the First N. C. Regi- 
ment, U. S. Volunteers, in the War with Mexico. Uni- 
form coat worn during the war of 1812 with Great 
Britain by Colonel Brogden of Wayne. 

Uniforms of Ensign Worth Bagley, U. S. Navy, and 
other relics of him ; also the original design of tlie 
bronze memorial tablet placed by the Navy Depart- 
ment on the torpedo boat Bagley. 

Uniform coats and other relics of W^illiam E. Shipp, 
10th Cavalry, U. S. A., killed in Cuba. 

Flag borne by Micajah Bullock of Granville County 
in 1781 as color-bearer of a regiment of North Caro- 
lina militia at the battle of Guilford Court-House. 
Lent by the Grand Lodge of Masons of North Caro- 
lina, by the consent and at tlie desire of B. F. Bullock 
and M. L. Winston, who made the gift of it to the 
Grand Lodge. 

Dress coat worn by Private Charles W. Broadfoot 
of Fayetteville to Raleigh in April, 1861, as a member 



46 Objects in the Hall of History, 

of the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry, who 
was assigned to the First Regiment N. C. Volunteers, 
later known as the Bethel Regiment. 

CASE No. 7. 

This contains an exhibit of guns and pistols, from 
1740 to 1900, in the collection being the following : 

Dueling pistols made in 1740, carried by Capt. Hugh 
Waddell in the French and Indian War and at the 
capture of Fort Duquesne (now Pittsburg), Pa,, 1752, 
Used by him during the War of the Revolution and 
also in his duel with Gen. Benjamin Smith at South- 
port, Lent by Col. A, M, Waddell of Wilmington. 

Dueling pistols used in several North Carolina duels, 
made in London, 1806, by the "Maker to the King and 
the United States." Lent by Col, John S, Cunningham. 

English "Tower" musket carried by Sergeant Neill 
McAlpin of Fraser's Highlanders of the British Army 
at the battle of Guilford Court-House. Lent by his 
grandson, S, J, Cobb of Lumber Bridge, N. C. 

Musket, Tower of London, of the Fayetteville Inde- 
pendent Light Infantry, 1793, Lent by Fred A, Olds. 

Pistol with brass barrel, made in London, 1750. 
Lent by Fred A. Olds; also octagonal barrel pistol 
used in the War of the Revolution. 

Pistol of the noted pirate, Teach, or Blackbeard, of 
Bath. Lent by John B. Respass of Washington, N. C. 

Dragoon pistol of the Revolutionary War, octagonal 
brass barrel. Presented by Dr. C. W. Cason of Eden- 
ton. 

Flint-lock wallpiece of Dutch manufacture used in 
the War of 1812 by N. C. troops. Weight 23 pounds, 
carrying bullet of 3 ounces. Lent by Charles E. John- 
son of Raleigh. 



Swords and Other Weapons. 47 

Mississippi rifle, inveuted by Jefferson Davis and used 
by his regiment in the War with Mexico, the United 
States making these rifles at tlie National Armory 
and many other troops being armed with them up to 
the Civil War. This specimen was carried by Thad 
McClenahan of the Mississippi -Rifles in the charge on 
the Mexicans at Buena Vista, which saved the day 
and made Davis famous. Lent by Mrs. O. W. Black- 
nail of Kittrell. 

Revolver captured by Gen. Bryan Grimes during 
General Rosser's raid in Virginia. 

Confederate carbine made at Richmond. Presented 
by J. A. Egerton of Goldsboro. 

English long Enfield rifle, imported for the North 
Carolina troops, used by the Fifty-eighth Regiment 
and never surrendered. Lent by Maj. G. W. F. Har- 
per of Lenoir. 

Confederate musket made at the Fayetteville arse- 
nal. Presented by Polk Denmark of Raleigh. 

Revolvers used by the First and Second N. C. Cav- 
alry during the Civil War. Lent by Ivey Foreman of 
Raleigh. 

Merrill carbine, captured from a Federal cavalry- 
man by Capt. Henry C. Albright of the Twenty-sixth 
N. C. Regiment. Presented by W. H. Albright of 
Liberty. 

Remington rifle, captured from Federals by the 
Fifth N. C. Regiment. 

Revolver captured at Chickamauga and used by a 
Confederate officer. 

Burnside carbine, used in the Civil War. Captured 
by Confederates at Brandy Station, Va. 



48 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Early pattern percussion pistol, using caps and 
having six barrels forming the cylinder. Presented 
by E. S. Patterson of Wake. 

Leonard's patent five-barreled pistol, barrel station- 
ary, hammer revolving. 

Single-barrel percussion pistols of several types. 

Colt's revolver, used in Mexican War, with ivory 
butt. Lent by J. K. Bryan of Warsaw. 

Adams revolver used in the Civil War. Lent by 
G. H. Dortch. 

Rifle musket. English-made barrel, stock made at 
Jamestown, Guilford County, 1862. Lent by D. G. 
Conn of Raleigh. 

United States carbine from battlefield of Appomat- 
tox. Presented by Gov. R. B. Glenn. 

Carbine, very unique breech, captured from the 
United States cavalry at Sharpsburg. Lent by D. G. 
Conn of Raleigh. 

Colt's revolver used during the Civil War by Capt. 
C. A. Durham, known as the "fighting quartermaster." 
Lent by Mrs. C. A. Durham. Raleigh. 

Spencer carbine used by U. S. cavalry in 1863. Pre- 
sented by Fred A. Olds. 

Rifle of English make, carried in 1863 by a soldier 
of the Forty-third N. C. Regiment. 

Colt's revolver used during the war and in 1870 taken 
from the body of Tom Lowery, one of the noted Croa- 
tan outlaws of Robeson County, killed by A. S. Wish- 
art, who obtained the State reward of $5,000. Lent 
by I. E. Wishart of Lumberton. 

Henry repeating rifle, captured from Federals by 
Confederates in General Kilpatrick's raid near Fay- 



Swords and Other Weapons. 49 

etteville in March, 1865, and used by J. C. Ellington 
of Raleigh, who presented it. 

Spanish revolvers, three in number, brought from 
Porto Rico by Maj. H. L. Grant, IT. S. Volunteers. 

Spanish revolver, French pattern, pin-fire, from 
Cuba. Lent by W. T. Dortch of Goldsboro. 

Revolver of Henry Berry Lowery, who headed the 
Robeson County outlaws, carried in 1870. His name 
is carved on the butt. Lent by Miss Eloise McGill of 
Fayetteville. 

Revolver made in 1854 and used by Gen. James 
Johnston Pettigrew, 1861-1863. Presented by members 
of family. 

Springfield rifle, model 1884, used by the First North 
Carolina Regiment, U. S. Volunteers, at the outbreak 
of the War with Spain. 

Lee rifles, calibers 2.3 and 45, used by the United 
States Navy during the War with Spain. 

CASE No. 8. 

This case contains specimens of swords of all pe- 
riods and also other weapons illustrating the wars in 
Cuba and the Philippines, and the Boxer Rebellion in 
China, in which North Carolina troops took part. 

Sword of a Crusader, made in England about 1200 
and vouched for by the governor of the Tower of Lon- 
don. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Revolutionary sword. Lent by Cleophas Allen. 

Revolutionary sword of Col. Frank Kilpatrick, car- 
ried by his son of the same name in the War of 1812 
and in the Civil War by his grandson, George L. Kil- 
patrick. Lent by A. J. Kilpatrick of Kinston. 
4 



50 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Cutlass used by an American sailor in the War of 
1812 and sword carried in that war by Capt. James 
Moore. Lent by James F. Moore. 

Revolutionary sword made in Iredell County and 
carried by David Ramsey. Presented by his grand- 
son, James L. Ramsey. 

Revolutionary sword worn by an officer of the Brit- 
ish grenadiers at Guilford Court-House, 17S1. Lent 
by Charles E. Johnson of Raleigh. 

Sword from the battle of Guilford Court-House, 
1781. Presented by Guilford Battleground Associa- 
tion. 

Sword of Caswell Askew, worn during the Revolu- 
tionary War and also during the War of 1812. Lent 
by Miss Sibyl Hyatt of Kinston. 

Sword of Gen. William A. Blount, W^ar of 1812. 
Presented by his daughter, Mrs. L. O'B. Branch. 

Sword of United States infantry officer, from Ben- 
tonsville battleground, March, 1865. 

Sword of Capt. John R. Otley, Thirty-second Regi- 
ment N. C. Troops, mortally wounded at Hare's Hill, 
1865. Presented by Dr. W. L. Baylor. 

Cutlass used by a sailor on the Confederate ram 
Albemarle at the capture of Plymouth, 1864. Pre- 
sented by Brainerd Whiting of Hamlet. 

Sword with jeweled hilt and highly engraved plate 
and scabbard. Presented by the First N. C. Regiment 
in the War with Mexico to its major, Montford S. 
Stokes, and inscribed, "The Soldier's Friend." Lent by 
his daughter, Mrs. C. N. Hunt of North Wilkesboro. 

Sword of Capt. Benjamin S. Skinner, C. S. A. Lower 
part of scabbard struck by bullet. Lent by B. S. Skin- 
ner, Raleigh. 



Swords and Other Weapons. 51 

Sword presented to Lieut. Col. Matt W. Ransom, 
of the First Regiment N. C. State Troops, C. S. A., in 
1861. Made in Richmond. Presented by Gen. Matt 
W, Ransom. 

Sword surrendered by Lieutenant Boyle, adjutant 
Twenty-eighth N. Y. Regiment, U. S. A., at the battle 
of Cedar Run, to Captain Davidson, Seventh N. C. 
Regiment, who presented it to Gen. L. O'B, Branch on 
that battlefield. 

Sword of Gen. L. O'B. Branch, C. S. A., English 
pattern, with the royal arms on the guard, used 
until he was killed in action. Lent by members of 
his family. 

Sword of Brig. Gen. Wessels, U. S. A., commanding 
at Plymouth and surrendered by him to Maj. Gen. 
Robert F. Hoke, C. S. A., at the surrender of that 
place and its garrison. May, 1864. 

Sword, English officer's pattern, of Maj. Gen. Robert 
F. Hoke. Lent by him. 

Sword captured from a LTnited States oflicer and 
used by Maj. Gen. Bryan Grimes after his own sword 
had been shattered by a bullet at Chancellors ville. 
Lent by Mrs. Grimes. 

Sword of Col. Z. B. Vance, Twenty-sixth N. C. Regi- 
ment. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Sword of Col. Henry K. Burgwyn, second com- 
mander of the Twenty-sixth Regiment, the youngest 
colonel in the Confederate Army. Killed at Gettys- 
burg. Presented by Col. W. H. S. Burgwyn, his 
brother. 

Sword of Col. John R. Lane, the third commander 
of the Twenty-sixth Regiment. Presented by his 
nephew, Henry Clay Brown, of Raleigh. 



52 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Sword of a Confederate officer of the Eighth Regi- 
ment N. C. Troops. Presented by Mrs. Margaret Call 
of Washington, N. C. 

Sword of Gen, Collett Leventhorpe, of the British 
Army, afterw^ards brigadier general, C. S. A. Pre- 
sented by Mrs. Leventhorpe. 

This case also contains lances of ancient and mod- 
ern pattern captured from the Filipinos and scab- 
bards of various swords and daggers in the case. 

Spanish Mauser carbine captured by Lieut. Bradley 
J. Wootten, U. S. A., in the Philippines. Presented by 
Fred A. Olds. 

Krag-Jorgenson magazine rifle used by First N. C. 
Regiment in the War with Spain. Presented by Fred 
A. Olds. 

Mauser rifle, Spanish pattern, captured at Santiago, 
Cuba, 1898, by U. S. troops. Presented by Fred A. 
Olds. 

Bolo or native knife taken from wounded Filipino 
by L. C. Nichols, U. S. A. Lent by J. A. Egerton, 
Goldsboro. 

Kookery or East Indian knife used by part of troops 
there and also found in the Philippines. This speci- 
men was taken at the storming of Delhi, India, by 
British troops, in 1857. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Filipino kreese or wavy-bladed knife, captured by 
Lieut. Bradley J. Wootten, U. S. A. Lent by J. C. L. 
Harris of Raleigh. 

Knife captured in the Philippines, 1902, and two 
other kookerys. Lent by Maj. Clarence O. Sherrill, 
U. S. A. 

Machetes and machete-sword from Cuba. Lent by 
Fred A. Olds. 



The Picture Collection. 53 

Cuban machete made in Connecticut. Presented by 
"Capt. J. W. Cooper, TJ. S. Volunteers, 

" Macliete carried for ten years by a Cuban insurgent 
in the long war with the Spaniards, 1868-1898, with 
which twelve Spaniards were killed. Lent by Fred A. 
Olds. 

Cuban machete, short pattern, used in tlie Revolu- 
tion against Spain. Presented by Robert H. Cowan. 
U. S. Navy. 

Schofield- Smith & Wesson revolver, caliber 45, used 
by U. S. troops in Cuba, 1898. 

Filipino kreese, with finely worked guard. Brought 
from the islands by Capt. Clarence O. Sherrill, U. S. A. 

THE PICTURE COLLECTION. 

The pictures are arranged generally upon the walls, 
but the four supporting concrete pillars are also used 
for them. They include 18 copies of the original 
paintings in the British Museum made by John White, 
the first "Governor of Virginia," at Roanoke Island, 
1585-86, illustrating the Indians as the first English 
settlers found them. These paintings, the exact size 
of the originals, were made in 1907, and are lent by 
Col. Benehan Cameron of Raleigh. 

Photographs of Queen Elizabeth and Sir Walter 
Raleigh, from the best portraits in existence, those 
by Zuccaro. Presented by Mr. James Sprunt of Wil- 
mington. 

Arms of Sir Walter Raleigh in proper colors. Pre- 
sented by Miss Jessica Smith of Henderson. 

Rubbing from the plate on the tomb of Sir Walter 
Raleigh in St. Margaret's Church, London, outside the 



54 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

door of which he was beheaded. Presented by Mrs. 
Annie Iredell Robertson of Columbia, S. C. 

The boyhood of Sir Walter Raleigh, Photograph of 
painting by Sir John Millais. Presented by Clarence 
Poe of Raleigh. 

Home of Samuel Johnston. "Hays," at Edenton. 
Named for the home of Sir Walter Raleigh. Pre- 
sented by Fred A. Olds. 

Photographs of King Charles II. and of all the 
Lords Proprietors of Carolina, including North and 
South Carolina, except Sir John Colleton, no portrait 
of whom can be found in England or America. Pre- 
sented by Mr. James Sprunt of Wilmington. 

Photograph of the painting of King Edward YII. 
made by the court painter. Sir Luke Fildes, auto- 
graphed by His Majesty and the painter ; also letter 
transmitting it, signed by Hon. James Bryce as Am- 
bassador from Great Britain to the United States, 
1910. Presented by the King. 

The courthouse at Edenton. built 1758. containing 
the Masonic hall and the ballroom in which King Wil- 
liam lY.. when a midshipman in the British Navy, 
danced with some ladies on the occasion of his visit 
there in 1804. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Chair, composed of Masonic emblems, used by 
George Washington when Master of the lodge at Alex- 
andria, Ta.. now in the Edenton courthouse, to which 
it was sent for safe keeping early in 1861. 

The various designs for the great seal of North 
Carolina from 1666 to 1909. Presented by State His- 
torical Commission. 

St. Thomas Episcopal Church at Bath, built in 1728 ; 
the oldest church in continuous use in North Carolina. 



The Pictuke Collection. 55 

St. Philip's Church at Brunswick, near Wilmington. 
Built in 1758. 

Orton House, built in 1760, on the Cape Fear River 
below Wilmington, now owned by Mrs. James Sprunt. 

House of Col. John Eason at Martinborough, Pitt 
County, where the early meetings of the Pitt County 
Committee of Safety were held in 1774. Presented by 
J. Bryan Grimes. 

The house at Fayetteville, built in 1770, in which 
James C. Dobbin, secretary of the U. S. Navy, was 
born. 

The Allen house at Wilmington, built in 1762, head- 
quarters of Gen. William H. C. Whiting, C. S. A., dur- 
ing the Civil War. 

The McCrary house in Wilmington, built 1760 and 
occupied as headquarters by Lord Cornwallis in 1781. 

Home of Cornelius Harnett at Wilmington, built 
1765 and torn down in 1904. 

Certificate of membership signed by George Wash- 
ington and Henry Knox of Col. Edward Yarborough of 
the Continental Army in the Society of the Cincinnati. 
Lent by Edward M. Yarborough of Raleigh. 

Memorial arches erected by the United States at 
the Guilford Battleground. Presented by the Guil- 
ford Battleground Association. 

Graveyard at "Hays," the old Johnston home at 
Edenton, showing the grave of James Iredell. 

Engraving (1738) of the painting by Kneller of 
John Locke, who wrote the Fundamental Constitu- 
tions of Carolina. Presented by J. Bryan Grimes. 

Residence of Joel Lane, built 1760 and used as a 
meeting place for the Legislature before Raleigh was 
made the capital. The commissioners appointed by 



56 Objects in the Hai.l of History, 

the State to select a permanent site for the capital 
met in this house in 1791 and bought the site for Ra- 
leigh. The house now faces the State Penitentiary. 
Etching by W. J. Randall, 1900. Lent by Fred A. 
Olds. 

The old home of Col. William Polk of Raleigh, now 
used for the public school at Pilot Mills. Lent by 
Fred A. Olds. 

Governor's Mansion, built in 1818 and last occupied 
by Governor Vance in 1865. Bought I)y Raleigh in 
1876 for its first public school; torn down in 1884. 
Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

Tombs of Governors Pollock and Eden and of the 
wife of Gov. Edward Mosely in St. Paul's churchyard 
at Edenton. 

The Bond house, known as the "House with the 
Cupola," at Edenton. Built by Francis Corbin in 
1758 and perfectly preserved. 

St. Paul's church at Edenton as seen from the north- 
east. Built in 1752. 

"An Afternoon Call." 1760, showing the costumes 
of that date and the furniture and table furnishings. 
Posed by Misses Grizelle Hinton and Betsy John Hay- 
wood of Raleigh. Made and presented by Wharton & 
Tyree of Raleigh, 1908. 

Tavern or hotel at Hertford, 1781, still in use. 

Monuments to the American patriots who fell at 
Kings Mountain and at the battle of Guilford Court- 
House. 

Photograph of entries on the court records at Hills- 
boro, 1770-71, showing adjournment of the court for 
fear of the Regulators, and also the completion by 
the Regulators of the pages of the records. 



The Picture Collection, 57 

Photograph of the graves of the Caswell family 
near Kinston, the grave of Governor Caswell, the first 
governor under the State Constitution, being un- 
marked and at the foot of a gigantic gum tree. 

Photograph of "Lijjerty Point" at Fayetteville, 
where, June 20. 1775, the people met and adopted the 
resolutions known as the "Cumberland County Asso- 
ciation." 

Engraving of John Paul Jones on the deck of the 
Bonhomme Richard, which he captured during the 
War of the Revolution. Jones, originallj' John Paul, 
was the protege of Willie Jones of Halifax County, 
N. C, in whose honor he added Jones to his own 
name. 

Monument erected by North Carolina on the battle- 
field of Alamance. War of the Regulation, May, 1771. 

John Sevier and James Robertson, his lieutenant, 
who founded, in 1780, the "State of Franklin," in 
what is now eastern Tennessee. 

Daniel Boone, his North Carolina cabin, the tomb- 
stone at his father's grave, his fort and his cabin in 
Kentucky, and his monument there, dedicated to him 
as the "Father of Kentucky." 

Photograph of St. Paul's Church at Edenton, from 
the northeast, and of a page of its vestry book con- 
taining a "Declaration of Independence" from Great 
Britain dated June 19, 1776, and signed by the vestry- 
men. 

Letter from Richard Cogdell, chairman of the New 
Bern Committee of Safety, June 18, 1775, to Richard 
Caswell, transmitting a copy of the New Bern Gazette 
of June 16th, containing the "Mecklenburg Resolves" 
of May .31, 1775, and declaring the latter "to exceed 
1^11 other Colonies or Congress itself." Presented by 



5S Objects in the Hall of History. 

North Carolina Historical Commission ; also photo- 
graph of the newspaper thus sent, both letter and pa- 
per being at "Hays" at Edenton. 

Costumes and coiffures of 1760. Posed by Misses 
Grizelle Hinton and Betsy Johij Haywood of Raleigh, 
wearing costumes from this collection. 

Mrs. Penelope Barker, who presided at the Edenton 
tea party, October 25, 1774. 

Town hall at Fayetteville, built about 1770, where 
the curfew is rung nightly. 

Communion service at St. Paul's Church, Edenton. 
Presented to the parish by Edward Mosely in 1725. 

"At the spinning wheel, 1760," posed by Miss Betsy 
John Haywood of Raleigh, wearing a costume from 
this collection. 

Daniel Boone, his family and his pioneer friends 
leaving North Carolina and crossing the Blue Ridge 
on their long march to Kentucky. Rare French litho- 
graph in color. Lent by Mr. J. M. Turner of Raleigh. 

Steel engraving of the marble statue of Washington 
by Canova, made in 1820 in Italy for the State of 
North Carolina and destroyed when the old State 
Capitol was burned in 1831. Presented by Gov. 
Charles B. Aycock. 

The old State Capitol of North Carolina, on the 
present site. Built 1795, destroyed by fire in June, 
1831. Lent by Fabius and Grimes Haywood of Ra- 
leigh. 

Rare steel engraving of Henry Clay, made in 1843, 
and showing also his home. The following year Mr. 
Clay made a famous speech from the west portico of 
the present State Capitol at Raleigh and later that 
day wrote the letter in regard to Texas and the 



The Picture Collection. 59 

slavery question which cost him the presidency of 
the United States. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Water-color sketch of the capture of the Confeder- 
ate blockade- runner Lillian, on the way from Nassau 
to Wilmington, by the Federal fleet. It was made by 
the British governor of Bermuda and presented by 
him to Mr. James Sprunt, the purser of the Lillian, 
and is the only picture of such an event. Presented 
by Mr. Sprunt. 

Three sets of photographs, 22 in all, made by Fred 
A. Olds in 1908 of the North Carolina Cherokees, 
illustrating every phase of their life. 

Set of eight photographs made by Fred A. Olds in 
1908 of the then Croatan Indians, now officially known 
as the "Indians of Robeson County." 

Portrait of Robert E. Lee made in 1855 when he 
was Lieut. Col., U. S. A., and superintendent of the 
Military Academy at West Point. Presented by Col. 
Thomas S. Kenan. 

Engravings from the portraits in the capitol at 
Washington of the three presidents born in North 
Carolina ; Andrew Johnson, born in Raleigh ; pre- 
sented by Senator L. S. Overman ; also photograph of 
the house formerly standing on East Cabarrus Street 
in Raleigh in which he was born, the building being 
now in Pullen Park, in the western suburbs of the 
city ; Andrew Jackson, born in Union County ; and 
James K. Polk, born in Mecklenburg. 

Official order from Gen. Robert E. Lee, the last he 
ever issued, dated April 10, 1865, headquarters Army 
Northern Virginia, at Appomattox, to Maj. Gen. Brj^an 
Grimes, commanding a division there, announcing the 
surrender of the Confederate forces. Lent by J. Bryan 
Grimes. 



60 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Memorandimi or laws of agreement by Gen. Joseph 
E. Johnston, commanding Confederate army, and 
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, commanding the U. S. 
army, made April 18, 1865, near Durham Station. 
Presented by Julian S. Carr. 

Oil painting of the North Carolina blockade run- 
ning vessel Advance, bought by Governor Vance in 
England and used for bringing supplies into this 
State from Nassau, Captured by a Federal cruiser, 
1864. Presented by Mrs. Elias Carr of Edgecombe 
County. 

The four flags of the Confederate States of Amer- 
ica. Painted and presented by Mrs. Bayard Wooten 
of New Bern. 

The last paper of a public nature from Jefferson 
Davis, the only President of the Southern Confed- 
eracy. Written on his sick bed five weeks before his 
death, to the committee in charge of the centennial 
celebration of the ratification by North Carolina of 
the Constitution of the United States at Fayetteville, 
November 21, 1889, and dated October 30th of that 
year. Presented by Mr. Garland Jones of Raleigh. 

The last photograph made of President Davis and 
letter from him giving it to his colored coachman, 
James H. Jones of Raleigh, who was captured with 
him and went to prison with him at Fort Monroe, and 
who drove the hearse containing his remains at Rich- 
mond, at Raleigh, and at New Orleans, where he was 
buried. 

■ Collection of North Carolina provincial currency 
from 1720 to the Revolution ; North Carolina currency 
issued by authority of Congress at Halifax, April, 
1776 ; Revolutionary currency. Confederate currency 



The Picture Collection. 61 

from 1861-'65 ; and North Carolina ciirreney 1861-'65. 
Presented by Capt. W. H. Day and Fred A. Olds. 

Set of pen and ink sketches, water color and photo- 
graphs illustrating the Confederate ram Alhemarlc, 
built in 1864 by Peter E. Smith at his farm on the 
Roanoke River, near Weldon. which took part in the 
defeat and capture of the Federal garrison at Ply- 
mouth and destroyed some of the Federal vessels 
there. Some of the pictures are loans from the Cen- 
tury Company, New York ; one is a copy of a rare 
sketch made by A. C. Stuart, who was with the Fed- 
eral fleet ill the battle. There are photographs of 
Gen. Robert F. Hoke, who was in command of the 
Confederate forces, and Capt. J. W. Cooke, commander 
of the Alhemarle, the latter presented by Gen. Hoke ; 
also photograph of Lieut. W. B. Cushing, U. S. Navy, 
who torpedoed the Alhemarle, presented by Secretary 
of the Navy Josephus Daniels. The water color show- 
ing the Albemarle immediately after its completion, 
w^as made and presented by Miss Lena Smith of Scot- 
land Neck, the daughter of the builder. 

Engraving in color of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall 
Jackson in conference. Presented by L. C. Weathers, 
Raleigh. 

Photograph of the marble recumbent statue of Gen- 
eral Lee at Washington and Lee University, Lexing- 
ton, Va. Sculptured by Edward Valentine of Rich- 
mond, who presented the photograph to Fred A. Olds. 

Steel engravings of Jefferson Davis and Alexander 
H. Stephens. 

Pen and ink and crayon sketches of the defense of 
Fort Fisher and its mound battery, the greatest fort 
in Confederate hands, made by Tabor of the Century, 
New York. 



62 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Model in wood of the house of Mrs. Penelope Barker 
at Edenton in which the Edenton Tea Party was held 
in 1774. Presented by the N. C. Daughters of the 
Revolution. 

Funnel of the Confederate ram Albemarle, built on 
the farm of Peter E. Smith on the Roanoke River ; 
armored with railway iron from North Carolina 
rolled into plates at Richmond ; defeated the Federal 
fleet at Plymouth, later was torpedoed and sunk by 
Lieut. Cushing, U. S. Navy ; also piece of armor plate 
from this vessel. Presented by Walter J. Smith of 
Charlotte. 

Collection of shot and shell from various battle- 
fields during the Civil War, including Bethel, Gettys- 
burg, and Appomattox. 

Shield containing the seal of North Carolina painted 
in colors. Presented by Mrs. Annie Iredell Robertson, 
Columbia, S. C. 



The Devereux Collection. 63 



Eastern Hail. 

The eastern Hall of History is devoted to docu- 
ments, maps, pictures, and portraits in oil. There are 
forty cases, and the grouping is according to periods 
in the State's history. In this hall are a number of 
private collections, which are loans, and these will 
be found in the cases as numbered. 

Most of the collections in this hall are temporary, 
and therefore are not noted in this guide. The fol- 
lowing are permanent : 

THE DEVEREUX COLLECTION. 

This is a loan by Mrs. Margaret Devereux of Ra- 
leigh, and is in Cases 1 and 4. It includes : 

In Case No. 1, map of lands in the Province of Albe- 
marle, made in 1668. Deed from Earl Granville, Pala- 
tine, in 1706, to lands in Chowan County, with a map, 
these lands lying along the Moratoke River, now 
known as the Roanoke. 

Treaty of peace with the friendly Tuscarora In- 
dians, the latter agreeing to aid in exterminating the 
enemy Indians, the treaty being made in 1712 by Gov- 
ernor Thomas Pollock and Tom Blunt, the chief of 
the friendly Indians. 

Deeds to lands given by the Duke of Beaufort and 
Lord Carteret, signed by Richard Sanderson, Francis 
Foster, and others. 

Documents signed by Sir Richard Everard, Gov- 
ernor of North Carolina, 1726, and by Gov. Charles 
Eden, 1720. 

Commission' issued by Gov. Arthur Dobbs. 



64 Objects in the Hall of History. 

THE JOHNSON COLLECTION. 

This collection, lent by Col. Charles E. Johnson of 
Raleigh, is in Cases 5, 6, 7, 8, and includes : 

Commission issued by Gov. Josiah Martin to James 
Iredell as collector of customs at Fort Roanoke, dated 
1774. the Governor using his private seal on the docu- 
ment. 

Laws enacted by the North Carolina Legislature at 
Fayetteville. 1790. 

Acts of the English Parliament. 1732. 

License granted to James Iredell of Chowan as 
attorney at law, dated 1770. 

Autograph of Earl Granville, one of the Lords Pro- 
prietors of North Carolina, dated 1756. 

Autograph of Gov. Richard Caswell, the first Gov- 
ernor under the Constitution of 1776. 

Manuscript sermon of Rev. Mr. Earl of Edenton, 
1770. 

William Slade's testimonials of honor for his serv- 
ices in the War of the Revolution. 

Commission of James Iredell as deputy Attorney- 
General for Hertford and Perquimans counties. 

Etchings and engravings of distinguished Colonial 
and Revolutionary leaders, including William Blount, 
John Sitgreaves, Robert Burton, Samuel Johnston, 
Abner Nash, William R. Davis, John Penn, Willie 
Jones, Allen Jones, John Swann, John Baptista Ashe, 
Joseph Hewes, Hugh Williamson, Richard Dobbs 
Speight, Alexander Martin, James Iredell, Benjamin 
Hawkins, and the Marquis LaFayette. 



The Cheshire Collection. 65 

THE CHESHIRE COLLECTION. 

This is a loan by Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount Cheshire 
of Raleigh, and fills Case 14. It embraces the follow- 
ing: 

A fine copy of De Bry's edition, 1590, of Harlot's 
"Brief and True Report of the New Found Land of 
Virginia," published at Frankfort, Germany, and con- 
taining engravings on copper of the drawings of the 
Indians made by John White on Roanoke Island in 
15S5-'6, and the first map of North Carolina, also 
made by White. 

Acts of the General Assembly of North Carolina, 
printed by James Davis at New Bern, 1752, this being 
the first book printed in this State and known as the 
"Yellow Jacket" on account of its being covered with 
yellow leather. 

Acts of the Assembly of 1754, printed at New Bern. 

Acts of the Assembly of 1773. 

Proceedings of the Provincial Congress of North 
Carolina at Halifax, April 4, 1776. 

Journal of the House of Commons, 1778. 

The only known copy of the Journal of the State 
Convention at Hillsboro, 1788, which refused to ratify 
the Federal Constitution. 

Journal of the State Convention at Fayetteville, 
1789, which ratified the Federal Constitution. 

Letter of orders to Rev. Mr. Marsden, an Episcopal 
clergyman in North Carolina, signed by the Bishop of 
London (Compton), 1707. 

The Westover manuscripts, containing Col. William 
Byrd's history of the dividing line between North 
Carolina and Virginia, 1733. 
5 



66 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Journal of the House of Commons of the North Car- 
olma Assembly at Hillsboro, 1778. 

THE HOWELL COLLECTION. 

This is a loan by Prof. Vernon Howell of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, and is in Cases 24 and 38. 

In Case 24 it embraces documents illustrating the 
first settlement of Kentucky by Daniel Boone and his 
associates, together with much other original material 
of the period directly after the War of the Revolu- 
tion ; account book of a Granville County merchant, 
with entries charged against Boone. 

In Case 38 it embraces documents illustrative of 
the War Between the States, a map of the battle at 
Bull Ilun or Manassas, July 2, 1861, engraved at 
Richmond. 

MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS. 
CASE 1. 

Map of Low Wickham in the precinct of Pasquo- 
tank, made in 1708 and presented by Col. R. B. Creecy 
of Elizabeth City. 

CASE 2. 

Deed to lands in North Carolina to the Moravians 
or United Brethren by Earl Granville, dated 1755. 

Deed signed by Alexander Martin, Governor of 
North Carolina. 

Will of John Trublood of the province of Albemarle, 
1692. 

Bible and prayer-book brought from England in 
1728 by William Swain and lent by Anson E. Cahoon 
of Elizabeth City. 



Miscellaneous. 67 

Narrative of Col. David Fanning, giving an account 
of his adventures in North Carolina from 1775 to 1783. 

Book which belonged to William Hooper, one of the 
signers of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 
1776. Lent by H. E. Shaw of Kinston. 

CASE 3. 

Map of North Carolina made by John Lawson, the 
surveyor-general of North Carolina, for the Lords 
Proprietors, 1709. Presented by the North Carolina 
Historical Commission. 

Rare French map of North and South Carolina, 
1660. Lent by Col. Charles E. Johnson of Raleigh. 

Map of North Carolina and part of South Carolina, 
with the field of battle between Earl CornWallis and 
General Gates, dated 1780. Presented by Walter F. 
Burns of New York City. 

CASE 9. 

Photographic copy of the South Carolina Gazette 
of June, 1775, sent to London by Gov. Josiah Martin, 
containing the report of the committee which adopted 
the Mecklenburg Resolves at Charlotte, May 31, 1775. 
Lent by Col. Charles E. Johnson of Raleigh. 

Acts of Parliament of 1752, regarding the collection 
of debts in North Carolina. Lent by Col. Charles E. 
Johnson of Raleigh. 

List of property confiscated during the War of the 
Revolution in North Carolina. Presented by Maj. 
William A. Graham. 

Engraving of Elizabeth Throckmorton, Lady Ra- 
leigh, wife of Sir Walter Raleigh. Presented by A. B. 
Andrews, Jr., Raleigh. 



68 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington, after whom 
the city of Wilmington was named. He was a friend 
and patron of Gov. Gabriel Johnston, who named the 
town for him. Presented by A. B. Andrews, Jr. 

Portrait of Constantine John, Second Lord Miil- 
grave. Presented by A. B. Andrews, Jr. 

CASE 10. 

Bible printed in 1707 at Oxford, England, and 
prayer-book printed in 1752 at Cambridge, England. 
Presented by King George II., in 1758, to Christ Epis- 
copal Church at New Bern. Presented by the vestry 
of that church. 

Bible dated 1700, brought to Cumberland County 
in 1760 by the Mclntyre family. Presented by Mrs. 
S. G. Ayer of Fayetteville. 

Book printed in Germany in 1685, entitled the 
"World's Curiosities," the opening of the book show- 
ing the saving of Capt. John Smith by Pocahontas. 

CASE 11. 

Deed dated 1777, signed by the noted Col. Edward 
Buncombe of Buncombe Hall, near Edenton, who was 
killed at the battle of Germantown, Pa., during the 
Revolution, but whose body has never been recovered. 
Over the door of his mansion were the words, "Bun- 
combe Hall, Welcome All." 

Will of Col. Edward Fanning, dated 1775, and the 
envelope which contained it, indorsed "Not to be 
opened during his life." 

Autographs of Cornelius Harnett and other Revo- 
lutionary patriots in the lower Cape Fear section, 
1769. Lent by Gen. Julian S. Carr of Durham. 



Miscellaneous. 69 

Marriage bond of Joshua Skinner for 500 pounds in 
North Carolina money, given to Gov. Richard Caswell 
In 1780. 

Autograph of Gen. Gabriel Johnston, ordering the 
execution of a criminal, and dated at Eden House, 
1750. 

Letter signed by Nicholas Massey of Rowan County, 
1774. Presented by Prof. W. F. Massey of Raleigh. 

CASE 12. 

The Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, Chiefly 
of England, from the First Planting of Christianity 
to the End of the Reign of King Charles II., by Jeremy 
Collier, in two volumes, printed at London, 1708. 
Lent by R. L. Brown of Oxford. 

Deeds for the Bryan lands, dated 1726. Lent by 
Mrs. Henry R. Bryan of New Bern. 

Deed by the Lords Proprietors, dated 1766. Lent 
by the John L. Roper Lumber Company of Oriental. 

Copy of the State Gazette of North Carolina. 
Printed at New Bern, March 27, 1788. 

Protest of the North Carolina Quakers against 
being shut out from ownership of lands because they 
could not, under their church law, take the oath of 
allegiance to North Carolina, dated Perquimans, April 
4, 1781. Lent by Fred A. Olds. 

CASE 15. 

Water-colors of British troops of the army com- 
manded by Lord Cornwallis w^hich served at the bat- 
tle of Guilford Court-House, including the Twenty- 
third Regiment of foot or Royal Welch Fusileers, the 



70 Objects in the Hall of History, 

Thirty-third Regiment of foot, and the Royal Artil- 
lery. Presented by the British War Office. 

Letter from the British War Office giving the names 
of the organizations which formed the army of Lord 
Cornwallis at Guilford Court-House, including, be- 
sides those above named, the Seventy-first or Fraser's 
Highlanders, Bose's Hessians, the German Yagers, the 
Light Infantry, and Tarleton's Legion. 

CASE 16. 

Proclamation by Gov. William Tryon, dated 1767, 
notifying Carolina colonists to respect the rights of 
the Indians. Lent by Secretary of State Grimes. 

Message to the Assembly from Governor Tryon, 
1770, in session at New Bern. Lent by Secretary of 
State Grimes. 

Journal of the proceedings of the Provincial Con- 
gress of North Carolina, at Hillsboro, 1775. Lent by 
Secretary of State Grimes. 

The resolves of the Committee of Safety of Rowan 
County at Salisbury, 1775. Lent by Secretary of State 
Grimes. 

Proceedings of the American Liberty Committee of 
Surry County, April 25, 1775, the cover containing the 
inscription, "Liberty or Death. God save the King." 
Lent by Secretary of State Grimes. 

Pay-roll of Capt, David Hart's company of the 
Orange Regiment of Militia in the expedition against 
the Insurgents (Regulators) of the Province of North 
Carolina, 1771. Lent by Secretary of State Grimes. 

The first North Carolina Constitution, adopted by 
Congress at Halifax. December IS, 1776. Lent by 
Secretary of State Grimes. 



Miscellaneous. 71 

Order of the North Carolina Provincial Council at 
Smithfiekl, Johnston County. December 24, 1775, re- 
quiring all claimants of debts to take the test oath 
for liberty. Lent by Secretary of State Grimes. 

Proceedings of the American Liberty Committee of 
Tryon County, July 26, 1775. Lent by Secretary of 
State Grimes. 

An oration pronounced at Nassau Hall at Princeton 
University, 1761, on the occasion of the death of King 
George II., by Samuel Blair, one of the students. 
Presented by Secretary of State Grimes. 

Lawson's History of North Carolina, printed in 
London, 1714. Presented by James Madison to Gov- 
ernor Stokes of North Carolina, to replace the one 
destroyed when the State Capitol was burned in June, 
1831. With autograph letter of presentation. 

English prayer-book owned by Mrs. Carter of Vir- 
ginia and later by three generations of North Caro- 
linians. Lent by Mrs. Harry Loeb of Raleigh. 

The first edition of Alexander Pope's translation of 
the Iliad, autographed by Joseph Hewes, 1750. Pre- 
sented by Mrs. Macon Bonner of Washington, N. C. 

Bible in Gaelic, brought to North Carolina in 1760 
by a Highland immigrant. Lent by Miss Eloise Mc- 
Gill of Fayetteville. 

French print showing Washington. LaFayette, and 
Rochambeau at Yorktown. 1781. Presented by Marcus 
M. Smith of Raleigh. 

Register of officers of North Carolina troops of the 
Continental Line during the War of the Revolution; 
also muster rolls of the officers and enlisted men from 
North Carolina in the United States Army in the War 
of 1812. Presented by Fred A. Olds. 



72 Objects in the Hall of History, 

Sermon preached before His Excellency, Governor 
Tryon, and the Troops raised to quell the Late Insur- 
rection, at Hillsboro in Orange County on Sunday, 
September 25, 1768, by Rev. George Micklejohn. 

CASE 22. 

Manuscript arithmetics, one of 17S0, formerly owned 
by Caswell Felts of Raleigh and lent by W. D. Terry 
of Raleigh ; the other dated in 1820 and presented by 
Gibson Fitzgerald of Micro, N. C. 

Hodge's North Carolina Almanack, 1795, printed by 
Abraham Hodge at Halifax ; Collection of Hymns and 
Spiritual Songs, printed by Hodge, 1803. 

The Constitution of the United States and Lectures 
on Female Education, owned and autographed by 
Nathaniel Macon. Lent by his granddaughter, Mrs, 
J. T. Turnbull of Littleton. 

Catechism of the Quakers or Friends, dated 1788, 
and owned by Joseph Haladay of Spring Garden. 
Presented by Miss Effie Holt of Burlington. 

The Acts of the Apostles, translated into the Chero- 
kee language in North Carolina, dated 1833, the alpha- 
bet having been invented by the great chief Sequoiah. 
Presented by Samuel L, Patterson of Caldwell County. 

North Carolina Register and United States Calen- 
dar for 1823, printed by Joseph Gales & Son at Ra- 
leigh, 1822. 

The first map of Raleigh, 1702, made with pen and 
ink, and sent by Willie Jones of Halifax to Samuel 
Johnston at Edenton, Presented by John G, Wood of 
"Hays," at Edenton. 

Illustration of the first steam railway passenger 
train in America, with invitation to James Iredell of 



Miscellaneous. 73 

North Carolina to ride on ttie Baltimore and Ohio 
Railway at the opening of its first division, operated 
by horse-power, December 22, 1829. 

CASE 25. 

Copy of the Daily Telegraph, printed on only one 
side of the paper, dated Raleigh, December 20, 1862. 
Presented by Fred A. Olds. 

Commission to William D. Pender of North Caro- 
lina as captain of artillery in the Confederate Army, 
dated April 2, 1861. 

Photograph and autograph of Capt. Raphael 
Semmes, commander of the Confederate privateer 
Alabama. Presented by M. O. Sherrill, Sttite Libra- 
rian. 

CASE 26. 

Collection of books, magazines, school books, and 
music, printed in North Carolina and Virginia during 
the War Between the States. It includes : 

The Southern Illustrated News, 1863-4, bound vol- 
ume. Presented by Edgar A. Womble of Raleigh. 

An Epitome of Practical Surgery for Field and Hos- 
pital, by Dr. Edward Warren, surgeon-general of 
North Carolina, 1863. Lent by Prof. Vernon Howell 
of Chapel Hill. 

Confederate sheet music, including "The Bonnie 
Blue Flag" and other popular songs of the war-time. 
Presented by Miss Mary Saunders of Wilmington. 

The Dixie Elementary Spelling Book, printed at 
Raleigh, 1864. Lent by Rev. Levi Branson of Ra- 
leigh. 

Mental Arithmetic for Beginners, printed by Bran- 
son & Farrar at Raleigh, 1863. Lent by Mrs. E. E. 
Moffitt of Richmond, Va. 



74 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Our Own Second Reader for the Use of Schools and 
Families, by Sterling & Campbell. Printed at Greens- 
boro, 1863. 

Our Own School Arithmetic, by S. Lander. Printed, 
by Levi Branson at Raleigh, 1863. 

Bingham's Grammar of the Latin Language, first 
edition, printed at Greensboro by Sterling, Campbell & 
Albright, 1863. Lent by Dr. George T. Winston. 

Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic War, by Wil- 
liam Bingham. Printed at Raleigh, 1863. 

Geographical Reader for the Dixie Children, by 
Mrs. M. D. Moore, printed at Raleigh, 1863. Pre- 
sented by Rev. Levi Branson, one of its publishers. 

Our Own Third Reader, by Sterling & Campbell, 
printed at Greensboro. Lent by Prof. Vernon Howell 
of Chapel Hill. 

Confederate prayer-book, containing a prayer for 
the Congress of the Confederate States, and also a 
prayer for "the fleets and .navies of the United 
States" : these books having been printed in England 
by the Queen's printers and paid for out of the sales 
of cotton given by several churches in North Carolina 
and sent through the blockade. Presented by Rev. 
Robert B. Sutton. 

Confederate Almanac, 1864. Lent by Prof. Vernon 
Howell. 

Original resolutions on war subjects by the North 
Carolina Legislature at the session of 1864-5, includ- 
ing Negotiations for an Honorable Peace. 

Grammar of the English Language, by Rev. Prof. 
Brantley York. 



Miscellaneous. 75 

CASE 27. 

Collection of autograph of 'foreign and American 
potentates and notables, including autographs of 
Queen Victoria of England, the King of Portugal, 
Presidents U. S. Grant, R. B. Hayes, Benjamin Harri- 
son, and Grover Cleveland ; Senator James G. Blaine, 
Secretary of State John Hay, Senator Roscoe Conk- 
ling, and Admiral W. T. Sampson, commander of the 
American fleet at Santiago, Cuba. Lent by Victor 
Dockery of Raleigh, 

Autograph of General Bliicher, the commander of 
the German troops at the battle of Waterloo, 1815. 
Lent by Gen. Julian S. Carr of Durham. 

CASE 28. 

steel engravings of presidents of the United States 
born in North Carolina, including two of Andrew 
Jackson, one in uniform at the age of 50 ; James K. 
Polk and Andrew Johnson, with autographs of each. 

Extracts from the marriage register and the burial 
register of St. John's Episcopal Church in the Island 
of St. Croix, Danish West Indies, in regard to the 
marriage and death of Maria Udney Blakeley. the 
only daughter of Capt. Johnston Blakeley, of North 
Carolina, the commander of a war vessel in the War 
of 1812. The State of North Carolina adopted and 
educated her. 

Autograph letter of Mrs. "Stonewall" Jackson, writ- 
ten in 1907 to the Legislature, declining the pension 
of $100 a month offered her.' Presented by Maj. John 
W. Graham of Hillsboro. 

Republican and Conservative election tickets in the 
election of 1868. 



76 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

North Carolina bond issued in 1867 in aid of the 
Western North Carolina Railway, on which the State 
was sued by South Dakota in 1905, the United States 
Supreme Court giving judgment against the State, 
which took up the bonds. Presented by the Council 
of State. 

CASE 30. 

Collection of orders given in the field to Brig. Gen. 
L, O'B. Branch. C. S. A., and presented by Mrs. L. 
O'B. Branch of Raleigh. It includes orders signed 
by Generals Robert E. Lee. "Stonewall" Jackson, 
Joseph E. Johnston, and A. P. Hill. 

Letter to Hon. L. O'B. Branch, member of Congress, 
from President James Buchanan in 1859, in regard to 
the President's visit, to the State University and to 
Raleigh. Presented by Mrs. Branch. 

Autograph letter from Gen. Robert E. Lee to Gen. 
Braxton Bragg, commander of the Confederate forces 
in North Carolina, informing him that a great Fed- 
eral expedition had left Beaufort in 1864 to capture 
Fort Fisher. Presented by Charles L. Stevens of 
Southport. 

Letters from Col. Collett Leventhorpe to his wife 
from the prisons at Fort McHenry and Point Look- 
out. Presented by Mrs. Leventhorpe. 

Autograph letters of Gen. D. H. Hill, Gen. William 
H. C. Whiting, William D. Pender, Jubal A. Early, 
and William R. Cox. Lent by Secretary of State 
Grimes. 

CASE 31. 

Engraving of the battle of Gettysburg, historically 
arranged by Col. John B. Bachelder, U. S. A., showing 
the repulse of the assault by Gen. Longstreet, C. S. A. 



Miscellaneous. 77 

Printed in 1876 and presented by Capt. J. J. Thomas 
of Raleigh, together with a key to the engraving, 
showing the location of troops engaged on both sides, 
with the name of every brigade, regiment, battery, 
and general officer. 

CASE 32. 

The oath of allegiance to the United States taken 
by Gov. Z. B. Vance May 1, 1867, with certificate by 
Secretary of State William H. Seward; the pardon 
granted Governor Vance, March 11, 1867, signed by 
President Andrew Johnson, and the receipt for the 
pardon signed by Governor Vance. 

Photograph of Senator Vance made in 1893. 

Proclamation dated at Greensboro, April 28, 1865, 
signed by Governor Vance, commanding the people of 
North Carolina to abstain from any acts of lawless- 
ness and announcing the surrender of the armies of 
the Confederate States. 

Confederate military telegram, written on tape, to 
Capt. William D. Pender, dated at Montgomery, Ala., 
April 19, 1861. 

Photograph of Brig. Gen. James B. Gordon, C. S. A., 
commanding a North Carolina cavalry brigade, a na- 
tive of Wilkes County. 

Leaflet containing General Lee's order to the Army 
of Northern Virginia, April 10, 1865, announcing its 
surrender; General Sherman's order to his troops an- 
nouncing the agreement between him and Gen. Joseph 
E. Johnston, dated at Raleigh, April 27, 1865, and 
General Johnston's order to his army, dated near 
Greensboro, April 27, 1865. Presented by Thomas R. 
Purnell of Raleigh. 



78 Objects in the Hall of History. 

CASE 33. 

Color prints showing the uniforms of the American 
troops in the War of the Revolution, and that with 
Great Britain in 1812. 

CASE 35. 

Color prints showing the uniforms of the United 
States Army in the War with Mexico and the War 
Between the States. 

CASE 29. 

Color prints showing the uniforms of the United 
States Army in the War with Spain, 1898. 

CASE 29. 

Color prints showing the three branches of the Con- 
federate service, privates of infantry and cavalry, and 
captain of artillery, drawn by William L. Sheppard 
of Richmond, Va., presented by Mrs. A. B. Andrews 
of Raleigh. 

CASE 34. 

Autographs of presidents of the United States and 
of President Jefferson Davis of the Confederate States. 

CASE 36. 

Autographs of governors of North Carolina and 
prominent Americans from the Revolutionary period 
to the present time. 



OIL PORTRAITS IN THE EAST HALL. 



Andrews, Alexander Boyd. Railroad Official. Born 
in Franklin County. N. C, July 23, 1841. Entered 
Confederate Army, 1861. Elected Second Lieuten- 
ant Company E, First N. C. Cavalry, May 10, 1861. 
Promoted to Captaincy July 12. 1862. Elected su- 
perintendent Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, July, 
1867. Elected superintendent Richmond and Dan- 
ville Railroad Company, November 1, 1875. Upon 
organization of the Southern Railway, June, 1894, 
he was elected second vice president. Elected first 
vice president, 1895. 

Painted hy W. G. Randall, 1891. Presented hij 
Mrs. A. B. Andreivs. 

Bagley, Worth, Naval officer. Born in Raleigh, 
N. C, April 6, 1874. Was graduated from the U. S. 
Naval Academy June 3. 1897. Appointed Ensign 
July 1, 1897. Assigned to duty on the torpedo 
boat Winsloiv in December, 1897. Killed off Car- 
denas, near Matanzas, Cuba, May 11, 1898. He 
was the first American naval officer killed in the 
War with Spain. 

Painted hy Belle Renz, 1898. Presented by ladies 
of Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

Barringer, Rufus. Soldier. Born in Cabarrus 
County, N. C, December 2, 1821. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina in 1842. Re- 
ceived his license to practice law in 1843. Member 
State House of Representatives, 1848, of State 
Senate in 1850. Elected Captain Company F, First 
N. C. Cavalry, May 16, 1861. Promoted at various 
times ; was commissioned Brigadier-General, June, 



80 Objects in the Hall of History, 

1864. Captured April 3. 1865, and imprisoned at 
Fort Delaware until August. 1865. A delegate to 
the Constitutional Convention in 1875 from Meck- 
lenburg County. Died February 3, 1895. 

Painted hy Mrs. J. E. Brown of Charlotte. Pre- 
sented hy members of family. 

Blount, William Augustus. Soldier. Born at Wash- 
ington, N. C, October 26, 1792. At the outbreak 
of the War of 1812 he volunteered and was com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant. 18th Infantry, U. S. A., 
May 8. 1812. Promoted to the rank of Captain 
September 4, 1813. Honorably discharged June 
15, 1815. Elected Major-General, 6th Division 
N. C. Militia, November 28, 1815. A representa- 
tive of Beaufort County in the General Assembly, 
1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1838. Died in Raleigh, June 
4. 1867. 

Painted hy Jacob Marling of Raleigh. Presented 
hy Mrs. L. O'B. Branch, his daughter. 

Branch, Law^rence O'Brien. Soldier. Born in Hal- 
ifax County November 28, 1820. Was graduated 
■ from Princeton College, 1838. Moved to Raleigh, 
1844. Member of Congress, 1855-1861. Was ap- 
pointed Secretary of the Treasury by President 
Buchanan December 2, 1860, but declined. En- 
tered Confederate Army in May, 1861, and was 
appointed Brigadier-General. Was killed in the 
battle of Sharpsburg, September 17, 1862. 

Painted hy William, Garl Browne, 1863. Pre- 
sented hy Mrs. L. O'B. Branch. 

Bryan, John Herritage. Member of Congress. Born 
in New Bern November 4, 1798. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina in 1815. 
Member of the State Senate, 1823-1824; of Con- 



Portraits. 81 

gress, 1825-1829. Trustee -of the University of 
North Carolina for forty-six years. Died in Ra- 
leigh May 19, 1870. 

Painted l>y William, Garl Broimie of Raleigli. 
Presented hy members of the family. 

Burns, Otway. Privateersman. Born in Onslow 
County, 1775. Entered upon a sea-faring career 
in early life. Commander of the privateer Snap- 
dragon in the War of 1812, Represented Carteret 
County in the House of Commons, 1821, 1822, 1824, 
1825, 1826, 1827, 1832; in the State Senate, 1828, 
1829, 1833, 1834. Died October 25, 1848. 

Presented hy his grandson, Walter F. Burns, 
New York. 

Cheek, William H. Soldier. Born in Warren County 
. March 18, 1835. Entered the Confederate Army in 
1861. Elected Captain of Company E, 1st N. C. 
Cavalry, May 16, 1861. Commissioned Lieutenant- 
Colonel September, 1863; Colonel, October, 1863. 
Presented hy members of the family. 

Davis, Hayne. Captain C. S. A. 

Presented hy members of the family. 

Grimes, Bryan. Soldier. Born in Pitt County, N. C, 
November 2, 1828. Was graduated from the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina in June, 1848. Member 
Secession Convention in 1861. Appointed Major, 
4th Regiment N. C. Troops, May, 1861. Promoted 
to Lieutenant-Colonel May 1, 1862, and was soon 
afterwards made Colonel of the Regiment. Com- 
missioned Brigadier-General May, 1864, and placed 
in command of Daniels' brigade. Commissioned 
Major-General February, 1865. Died August, 1880. 
Painted hy W. G. Randall. Presented hy mem- 
bers of his family. 
6 



82 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

Haywood, Edmund Bl!.rke. Physician. Born in Ra- 
leigh January 15, 1825, Received his degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, 1849, 
and returned to Raleigh to practice his profession. 
Appointed surgeon of the North Carolina State 
Troops and was assigned to duty in Raleigh May 
16. 1861. Appointed surgeon in the service of the 
Confederate States August. 1862. Elected Presi- 
dent of the North Carolina Medical Society, 1868. 
Member of Board of Directors of the North Caro- 
lina Insane Asylum. 1866-1889. A delegate from 
North Carolina to the National Quarantine Con- 
ference. February, 1889. LL. D., University of 
North Carolina, 1889. Delegate from North Caro- 
lina to the National Conference of Charities and 
Corrections. 1890-1891. Died January 18, 1894. 

Painted hi/ W. G. Randall, 1899. Presented hy 
7ncml)ers of the fa mill/. 

Haywood, John. State Treasurer. Born in Edge- 
combe County, February 23, 1755. Elected State 
Treasurer 1787 and served until his death, Novem- 
ber 18, 1827. 

Painted hi/ Jaeoh Marling of Raleigh. Lent hi/ 
his grandson. Dr. F. J. Haywood. 

Hewes, Joseph. Signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. Born in Kingston, N. J., in 1730. Moved 
to Edenton. N. C. Member of the General Assem- 
bly. 1760. 1766-68, 1770-75. 1778; of the Provincial 
Congress, August, 1774 ; April, 1775 : iVugust, 1775 ; 
April, 1776; November, 1776. A delegate in the 
Continental Congress, 1774-1777, 1779. Died in 
Philadelphia, Pa., November 10, 1789. 

Painted hy J. L. Andrews. Presented in 1907 
hy John G. Wood of Edenton, and other gentle- 
. men. 



Portraits. 83 

Hill, Theophilus Hunter. Poet. Born in Wake 
County October 31, 1836. Editor The Spirit of the 
Age (Raleigh), 1863. State Librarian, 1871-1872. 
Published "Hesper and Other Poems," Raleigh, 
1861, the first' book published under the copyright 
laws of the Confederate States ; "Poems," New 
York, 1869; "The Passion Flower and Other 
Poems," Raleigh, 1883. Died at Raleigh, June 20, 
1901. 

Painted by Miss Tempe B. Hill 1901. Presented 
hy memtjers of the family. 

Hooper, William. Clergyman. Born near Kelso, 
Scotland, in 1702. Was graduated at Edinborough 
University. Emigrated to Boston, Mass. Pastor 
of the West Congregational Church, 1739-1746. 
Became an Episcopalian and served as rector of 
Trinity Church. 

Painted hy Aylett of Boston. Presented hy his 
descendants, Mrs. DeB. H. Whitaler, Henry DeB. 
Hooper, and Julia Charlotte Hooper Graves, 1904. 

Hooper, William. Signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. Born in Boston. Mass., June 17. 1742. 
Graduated from Harvard College, 1760. Moved to 
Wilmington, N. C, 1767. Member of the General 
Assembly from New Hanover County, 1773, 1775; 
from the town of Wilmington, 1777-1782 ; from 
Orange County, 1784, 1786. Delegate to the Pro- 
vincial Congress, August, 1774; April, 1775; Au- 
gust, 1775; November, 1776. Delegate in the Con- 
tinental Congress, 1774-1777. Member of the Com- 
mission to settle the boundary line between Massa- 
chusetts and New York, 1786. Died at Hillsboro, 
N. C, October, 1790. 

Painted hy J. L. Andreivs, Washington, D. C, 
1907. Presented hy John G. Wood and other gen- 
tlemen. 



84 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

HoRNE, Ashley. Financier. Born in Johnston County 
March 27, 1841. Enlisted Company C, 50th Reg- 
iment, N. C. State Troops, 1861. Afterwards trans- 
ferred to the 53d Regiment, Daniels-Grimes Brig- 
ade, Rhodes' Division. Served throughout the 
Civil War. Merchant, Planter, Capitalist. Mem- 
ber of State Senate, 1885 : House of Representa- 
tives, 1911. Died October, 1913. 

Painted hy Mrs. F. 21. Williams. Presented hij 
me^nhers of his family. 

Hughes, N. Collin. Soldier. Captain and Adjutant- 
General, Pettigrew's Brigade, C. S. A. 

Painted hy William Garl Browne, 1864- Pre- 
sented hy members of the family. 

Johnston, William. Railroad official. Born in Lin- 
coln County, N. C, March 5, 1817. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina in 1840. 
Moved to Charlotte in 1842. President Atlantic, 
Tennessee and Ohio Railroad, 1859. Member Se- 
cession Convention, 1861. Appointed Commissary 
General of North Carolina with the rank of Colo- 
nel, 1861. Resigned September, 1861, to devote his 
attention to the Charlotte and South Carolina, and 
the Atlantic, Tennessee and Ohio railroads, of 
which he was President. Candidate for Governor 
of North Carolina against Zebulon B. Vance, 1862. 
Died at Charlotte, May 20, 1896. 

Painted hy W. G. Randall, 1891. Presented hy 
Mrs. A. B. Andrews of Raleigh. 

Kenan, Thomas Stephen. Lawyer. Born at Kenans- 
ville, N. C, February 12, 1838. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina in 1857. 
Was admitted to the Bar in 1860. Elected Cap- 
tain of the "Duplin Rifles," April, 1861, and as- 



Portraits. 85 

signed to the 1st Regiment, afterwards to the 2d 
N. C. State Troops. Elected Colonel of the 43d 
Regiment, April 24, 1862. Member of the House 
of Representatives from Duplin County, 1865, 1866. 
Attorney-General of North Carolina, 1876-1885. 
Clerk of the Supreme Court, 1886. Died December 
23, 1911. 

Painted hy W. G. RandaU, 1890. Presented hy 
Mrs. Thomas S. Kenan. 

Kerr, Washington Caruthers. Geologist. Born in 
Alamance County, May 24, 1827. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina, 1850. Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Geology, and Mineralogy in 
Davidson College, 1855. Enlisted as a private in 
the Confederate Army, 1861. State Geologist, 1866- 
1882. Member U. S. Geological Survey, 1882-1883. 
Died in Asheville, August 9, 1885. 

Painted Mj W. G. Randall, 1900. Presented hij 
members of the family. 

KiRBY, George Leonidas. Physician. Born near Clin- 
ton. N. C. July 11. 1831. Was graduated in medi- 
cine at the Long Island Hospital College, 1860. 
Volunteered in April, 1861. Surgeon 20th Regi- 
ment N. C. State Troops, 1861-1864. Practiced 
medicine at Goldsboro, 1865-1894. Superintendent 
State Hospital for the Insane at Raleigh, 1894- 
1901. Died at Raleigh, February, 1901. 

Painted hy Sue W. Hall, 1903. Presented hy the 
North Carolina State Medical Society. 

McIver, Charles Duncan. Educator. Born in Moore 
County, N. C, September 27, 1860. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina, 1881. 
Taught school in Durham, Winston, and Raleigh. 
1881-1889. State Institute Conductor. 1889-1892. 



86 Objects in the Hall of History. 

President North Carolina Teachers' Assembly, 
1890-1 ; Southern Educational Association, 1905. 
President of the State Normal and Industrial Col- 
lege for Women, 1892-1906. LL.D., University of 
North Carolina. Died September 17. 1906. 

Painted hy W. H. FimK; 1891. Presented hy the 
North Carolina Teachers' Assemhly, of which he 
teas President in 1890-1. 

Martin, James Green. Soldier. Born in Elizabeth 
City, February 14, 1819. Was graduated at the 
U. S. Military Academy, 1840. First Lieutenant 
in the Mexican War. AfterAvards commissioned 
as Captain of station and Brevet-Major. Resigned 
his commission in June, 1861, and was appointed 
Adjutant-General of North Carolina. Commis- 
sioned General-in-Chief of the State Troops with 
rank of Major-General, September 28, 1861. Com- 
missioned Brigadier-General, C. S. A., 1862. Prac- 
ticed law at Asheville, 1865-1868. Died October 
4, 1878. 

Painted hi/ WilUain Garl Browne, I864. Pre- 
sented hy James G. Martin, his son, of AsheviUe. 

Murphy, Patrick Livingston. Physician. Born in 
Sampson County, October 2.3, 1848. Received de- 
gree of M.D. in the University of Maryland, 1871. 
Superintendent Western Hospital for the Insane 
at Morganton from its establishment in 1882 until 
his death in 1907. 

Painted hy Mrs. L. M. H. Williams, 1902. Pre- 
sented hy the North Carolina State Medical So- 
ciety. 

O'Hagan, Charles James. Physician. Born in Lon- 
donderry, Ireland, 1821. Came to (Treenville, N. C, 
1842. Received degree of M.D. in New York Medi- 



Portraits. 87 

cal College. First Lieutenant, Company H, 27tli 
Regiment, N. C. State Troops, 1861. Surgeon, 35tli 
Regiment, 1862-1865. 

Presented hij the North Carolina Medical So- 
ciety. 

Pell, William E. Clergyman and editor. Born at 
Edenton, July 21. 1811. In 1829 edited Edenton 
Gazette ; later the. North Carolina Miscellany. 
From 1833 to 1853. minister of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South, pastor and presiding elder. 
In 1853 editor Raleigh Christian Advocate. From 
1855 to 1860 president Fayetteville Female Semi- 
nary. In 1860 again editor Christian Advocate. 
In 1862-5 edited The Confederate and also The 
Conservative, at Raleigh. Member Privy Council 
of Governor Vance, 1862 to 1865. In August, 1865, 
established the Raleigh Sentinel and became its 
editor. Sold this paper to Josiah Turner, 1868. 
Died November 11. 1870. 

Painted by Duncan D. Harding, Paris. 1907. Pre- 
sented hy memhers of the family. 

Penn, John. Signer of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. Born in Caroline County, Ya., May 17, 1741. 
Moved to Granville County, N. C, in 1774. Mem- 
ber of the Provincial Congress, August, 1775, April, 
1776. A delegate in the Continental Congress, 
1775-76, 1777-80. Died in Granville County, N. C, 
September 14, 1788. 

Painted hy J. L. Andrews. Presented in 1907 hy 
John O. Wood of Edenton, and other gentlemen. 

Pettigrew, .James Johnston. Soldier. Born in Tyr- 
rell County, N. C, July 4. 1828. Was graduated 
from the University of North Carolina, 1847. 
Practiced law in Charleston, S. C, 1852-1860. Rep- 



88 Objects ix the Hall of History. 

resentative in the Legislature of S. C, 1856-57. 
Colonel 1st Rifle Regiment of S. C, 1860. Elected 
Colonel 12th, afterwards 22d, N. C. Regiment, July, 
1861. Commissioned Brigadier-General, February 
26, 1862. Commanded Heth's Division in Long- 
street's assault on Cemetery Hill, July 3, 1863. 
Mortally wounded at Falling Waters, July 14, 1863. 
Died July 17, 1863. 

Painted hi/ William Qarl Broicne, I864. Pre- 
sented J)y members of the family. 

Ramsey, John A. Soldier. Captain of Light Bat- 
tery, D, 10th Regiment N. C. Troops. 
Presented hij 7nemhers of the family. 

Sparrow, Thomas. Soldier. Born at New Bern, Oc- 
tober 2. 1819. Was graduated from Princeton Col- 
lege, 1842. Practiced law at Washington, N. C. 
Member General Assembly, 1858, 1870, 1881. 
Elected Captain of the "Washington Grays." April, 
1861, and assigned to the 2d Regiment, N. C. 
Troops. Promoted to Major of the 10th Regiment. 
Presented hy Johnston Pettigrew Chapter, U. 
D. C. 

Stedman, Charles Manly. Congressman, Born at 
Pittsboro, January 29, 1841. Was graduated from 
the University of North Carolina, 1861. Volun- 
teered as a private in Fayetteville Light Infantry. 
Assigned to the 1st North Carolina Regiment. Af- 
terwards was elected Lieutenant, then Captain, 
then Major of the 44th N. C. Regiment. Practiced 
law at Wilmington, 1867-1898. Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, 1885-1889. Moved to Greensboro, 1898. 
Member of Congress since 1912. 

Painted hy W. G. Randall, 1891. Presented hy 
members of the family. 



Portraits. 89 

Vance, Zebulon Baird. Soldier. Born in Buncombe 
County, May 13, 1830. Member of House of Com- 
mons, 1854. Member of Congress, 1858-1861. En- 
tered the Confederate Army as Captain in May, 

1861. Elected Colonel 26th Regiment, N. C. State 
Troops, August, 1861. Governor of North Caro- 
lina, 1862-1865; 1876-1879. United States Senator, 
1879-1894. Died in Washington, D. C, April 14, 
1894. (2) BuRGWYX, Harry King. Soldier. Was 
graduated from University of North Carolina, 1859. 
Student at the Virginia Military Institute. Elected 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 26th Regiment, N. C. Troops, 
August 27, 1861. Promoted to Colonel in August, 

1862, succeeding Col. Z. B. Vance. His regiment 
was attached to Pettigrew's Brigade in the Army of 
Northern Virginia in 1862. He was killed while 
leading his regiment in a charge upon the enemy at 
Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. (3) Lane, John R. Sol- 
dier. Born in Chatham County, N. C, July 4, 
1835. Volunteered in May, 1861, Company G, 26th 
N. C. State Troops. Was soon afterwards elected 
Captain. Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in Au- 
gust, 1862. Assumed command of the 26th Regi- 
ment upon the death of Colonel Burgwyn. As 
Colonel he led the 26th Regiment in the battles of 
the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court-House, and 
Reams' Station. Died in Chatham County. 

Painted hy W. G. Randall, 190 Jf. Presented by 
the United Daughters of the Confederacy of North 
Carolina. 

Waddell, James Iredell. Naval officer. Born in 
Pittsboro, 1824, Appointed a midshipman in the 
U. S. Navy in 1841. Was graduated at the U. S. 
Naval Academy, 1847. Resigned from the Navy, 
November 20. 1861, and entered the Confederate 



90 Objects in the Hall of History. 

Navy, as Lieutenant. March 27, 1862, Took com- 
mand of the Shemindoah, October 5, 1864, and 
cruised in the Pacific Ocean until August 2, 1865. 
Surrendered his ship to the British Government, 
November 10, 1865. The Shenandoah, under com- 
mand of Waddell, was tlie only vessel that car- 
ried the flag of the Confederacy around the world. 
Commissioned commander of the San Francisco, 
of the Pacific Mail Line between Yokohama and 
San Francisco, 1875. On May 16, 1877, his steamer 
struck a rock and sank. All passengers were 
saved ; Waddell was the last to leave the ship. 
Died at Annapolis, Md., March 15, 1886. 

Painted Itij Goupil of Xew York. Presented hi/ 
mcmhers of the fa milt/. 

Wood, Thomas Fanning. Physician. Born in Wil- 
mington, February 23, 1841. Served as Surgeon 
in Confederate Army. In 1878, together with Dr. 
M. J. DeRosset, founded the N. C. Medical Journal. 
Virtually the founder of the N. C. State Board of 
Health. LL.D. from University of N. C. First 
Vice President of American Public Health Asso- 
ciation. Died at Wilmington, August 22, 1892. 

Presented hij the Xorth Carolina Medical So- 
ciety. 

Wyatt, Henry Lawson. Soldier. Born in Richmond, 
Va., February 12, 1841. Moved with his parents 
to Pitt County, N. C, 1856. Enlisted as a private 
in Edgecombe Guards, April, 1861. His company 
was assigned to the 1st N. C. Regiment and par- 
ticipated in the battle of Big Bethel, June 10, 1861. 
Early in the engagement Wyatt was killed, being 
the first soldier killed in the Civil War. 

Presented hy the United Daughters of the Con- 
federacy of North Carolina. 



DONORS TO THE HALL OF HISTORY. 



W. H. Albright. Liberty. 
Cleophas Allen, Wake County. 
Mrs. A. B. Andrews. Raleigh. 
J. E. Applewhite. Raleigh. 
Charles J. Armfielcl, Statesville. 
Joseph F. Armfield. Statesville. 
Col. A. C. Avery, Morganton. 
Gov. Charles B. Aycock, Raleigh. 
Mrs. S. G. Ayer, Fayetteville. 



Z. V. Babbitt. Trenton. 

Mrs. R. C. Badger, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Adelaide W. Bagley, Washington. 

Dr. W. I. Baylor, Pittsboro. 

A. B.. Beard. California. 

William Best, Jr., Franklinton. 

Miss Mattie Bether, Lillington. 

Otis A. Betts. Raleigh. 

Sharp Blount, Pitt County. 

John Blue, Aberdeen. 

J. C. Birdsong, Raleigh. • 

Mrs. O. W. Blacknall, Kittrell. 

Capt. W. R. Bond, Edenton. 

J. W. Bonitz, Wilmington. 

Mrs. Macon Bonner. W^ashington. 

Mrs. L. O'B. Branch, Raleigh. 

William A. Branch, Washington. 

Dr. C. H. Brantley. Nash Comity. 

Charles W. Broadfoot. Fayetteville. 

H. H. Brimley, Raleigh. 

The British War Ofiice, London. 

Andrew Broadfoot. Fayetteville. 

Charles ^^\ Broadfoot, Fayetteville. 

Henry Clay Brown, Raleigh. 

R. L. Brown. Oxford. 

Mrs. A. P. Bryan, Raleigh. 



92 DoxoRS TO THE Hall of History. 

J. K. Bryan. Warsaw. 

Mrs. H. R. Bryan, New Bern. 

W. H. S. Burgwyn. Weldon. 

F. H. Busbee, Raleigli. 

C 

Mrs. Margaret A. Call, Washington. 

Bennehan Cameron, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Elias Carr, Edgecombe County. 

Julian S. Carr, Durham. 

Dr. C. W. Cason, Edenton. 

Mrs. J. R. Chamberlain, West Raleigh. 

Bishop J. B. Cheshire, Raleigh. 

The Century Company, New York City. 

S. J. Cobb, Lumber Bridge. 

D. A. Coats, Smithfield. 

Capt. J. W. Coghlan, U. S. S. Raleigh. 

North Carolina Society Colonial Dames. 

D. G. Conn, Raleigh. 

J. W^. Cooper, Jr., Murphy. 

W. D. Council, Boone. 

Armistead Cowand, Raleigh. 

R. H. Cowan. Pittsboro. 

Gen. William R. Cox. Penelo. 

Charles E. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 

J. W. Craig, Southport. 

John S. Cvmningham, Roxboro. 

Charles Curtis, Southport. 

D 

Maj. Graham Daves. New Bern. 

D. F. Davis. Morganton. 

Mrs. R. J. Davis. Areola. 

North Carolina Daughters of the Confederacy. 

North Carolina Daughters of the Revolution. 

Capt. W. H. Day. Raleigh. 

J. W. Denmark, Raleigh. 

Polk Denmark, Raleigh. 

Miss Annie Devereux, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Margaret Devereux, Raleigh. 

Thomas P. Devereux. Raleigh. 

Dr. Richard B. Dillard, Edenton. 

G. W. Dortch, Goldsboro. 



Donors to the Hall of History. 93 

W. T. Dortch, Goldsboro. 
Mrs. John W. Duckett, Raleigh. 
Nelson Dunston, Raleigh. 
Mrs. C. A. Durham, Raleigh. 

E 

J. A. Egerton, Goldsboro. 

C. B. Edwards, Raleigh. 

Dr. D. E. Everett, Raleigh. 

John R. Ferrall, Raleigh. 

George W. Folk, San Antonio, Tex. 

Wiley B. Fort, Pikeville. 

R. R. Franklin, Wake County. 



J. M. Gallagher, Washington. 

Gov. Robert B. Glenn, Winston-Salem. 

Glenwood Improvement Company, Raleigh. 

Mrs. J. D. Goodwin, Richmond, Va. 

John W. Graham, Hillsboro. 

William A. Graham, Raleigh. 

Grand Lodge of Masons of North Carolina. 

Mrs. Bettie B. Grant, Greenville. 

Maj. H. L. Grant, Goldsboro. 

Mrs. Fred S. Green, Raleigh. 

W. T. Griffin, Nashville. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Bryan Grimes, Grimesland. 

Guilford Battleground Association. 

Rev. J. O. Guthrie, Raleigh. 

H 

Mrs. R. C. Hall, Fayetteville. 

H. H. Hamilton, Selma. 

Col. F. M. Harper, Henderson. 

G. W. F. Harper, Lenoir. 

J. C. L. Harris, Raleigh. 

John Harvey, Jr., Snow Hill. 

Mrs. Selina Harvey, Washington, D. C. 

A. W. Haywood, Haw River. 

Dr. F. J. Haywood, Raleigh. 

F. J. Haywood, Charlotte. 

Graham Haywood, Raleigh. 



94 Donors to the Hall of History. 

Grimes Haywood. Raleigh. 

Howard Haywood, Raleigh. 

Diirant Heritage, Trenton. 

John C. High, Connor. 

I). H. Hill. Raleigh. 

Joshua B. Hill. Raleigh. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, Raleigh. 

The North Carolina Historical Society 

Dr. Thomas D. Hogg. Raleigh. 

Gen. R. F. Hoke, Raleigh. 

James Hollings worth, Fayette ville. 

Stamps Howard, Tarboro. 

Prof. Vernon Howell, Chapel Hill, 

Mrs. C. H. Hunt, North Wilkesboro. 

Celadon Hutchings, Raleigh. 

Miss Narcissa Hutchings, Raleigh. 

Miss Sibyl Hyatt, Kinston. 



J. J. Jackson, Forestville. 

G. M, .Tenkinsi Littleton. 

John W. Jenkins, Baltimore. 

W. T. Jenkins, Littleton. 

A. P. Johnson, Fayetteville. 

Charles E. Johnson. Raleigh. 

Edmund Jones. Caldwell County. 

Garland Jones, Raleigh. 

James H. Jones, Washington, D. C, 

Miss Price Jones, Raleigh. 

James Y. Joyner, Raleigh. 

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Mrs. Thomas S. Kenan, Raleigh. 
Theodore Kuester, Raleigh. 
A. J. Kilpatrick, Kinston. 
King Edward YII., Great Britain. 



B. R. Lacy, Raleigh. 
John R. Lane. Chatham County. 
Gen. James H. Lane, Auburn, Ala. 
Rev. George W. Lay. Raleigh. 
John P. Leach, Littleton. 



Donors to the Hall of History. 95 

Mrs. R. O. Leinster. Statesville. 

Mrs. Riifus T. Lenoir, Caldwell County. 

Mrs. Collett Leventhorpe. Caldwell County, 

Mrs. R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Harry Loeb. Raleigh. 

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D. O. Maglenn, Raleigh. 
Mahler Brothers. Raleigh. 
,Mrs. Annie Fuller Malone. Louisburg. 
Samuel L. Maurice. Fayetteville. 
Charles E. McCullers. Raleigh. 
Miss Eloise MeGill, Fayetteville. 
George B. McLeod. Luml)erton. 
Mrs. Arthur McKimmon, Raleigli. 
Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Richmond. Va. 
James F. Moore, Raleigh. 
Miss Ida Moore, Washington, D. C. 
Thomas D. Moore, Bobbitt. 

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Mrs. Annie Nash, New Bern. 
Lawrence Nichols, Raleigh. 
W. N. Nicholson, Statesville. 
Miss Mollie Nixon, Raleigh. 

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Fred A. Olds, Raleigh. 

Hon. Lee S. Overman, U. 8. Senate. 



E. S. Patterson, Wake County. 

Mrs. Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem. 

S. L. Patterson, Caldwell Countv. 

W. D. Pender. Norfolk, Va. 

The Pettigrew Family, Tryon. 

Clarence Poe, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Aaron Prescott, Weldon. 

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James L. Ramsey, Iredell County. 

J. M. Ramsey, Pittsboro. 

Gen. Matt W. Ransom, Northampton County. 



96 Donors to the Hall of History. 

H. G. Reid, AVashinstoii. 

James E. Reid. Elmira, N. Y. 

John B. Respass. Washington. 

Miss Mary Ramsenr. Davidson College. 

Miss Annie Iredell Robertson, Columbia, S. C 

Miss Lida Rodman. Washington. 

J. Rowan Rogers. Raleigh. 

Mrs. Wiley M. Rogers. Raleigh. 

Mr. Howard Rondthaler. Winston- Salem. 

President Theodore Roosevelt. 

Edward Ross. Raleigh. 

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Mrs. Bessie R. Safford. Hot Springs. 

H. I. Satterfield. Raleigh. 

Miss Mary Sannders, Wilmington. 

William Saunders. Smithfield. 

G. R. Schults. Winston- Salem. 

H. E. Shaw. Kinston. 

W. B. Shaw, Wake Forest. 

W. B. Show. Madison, Wis. 

Maj. Clarence Sherrill, U. S. A. 

Mrs. William E. Shipp. Raleigh. 

B. S. Skinner. Raleigh. 

Hon. John R. Small, Washington. 

Rev. Bennett Smedes. Raleigh. 

Miss Jessica Smith. Henderson. 

Miss Lena Smith. Scotland Neck. 

Marcus M. Smith. Raleigh. 

Walter J. Smith, Charlotte. 

William B. Snow. Raleigh. 

The North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati. 

James Sprunt. Wilmington. 

Miss Dixie Stein. Raleigh. 

Charles L. Stevens, Southport. 

Mrs. Charles L. Stevens. Southport. 

Albert Stout, Snow Camp. 

G. A. Strickland. Raleigh. 

Alex. B. Stronach, Raleigh. 



J. W. Tant, Raleigh. 

W. D. Terry. Raleigh. 

Mrs. Frances Tiernan, New Mexico. 



Donors to the Hall of History. 

W. C. Tillmnn, Anson County. 
Miss Emma Tomlinson. Clayton. 
Mi's. Florence P. Tucker. Raleisli. 
Mrs. J. M. Turner, Raleigh. 
M. W. Tyree, Raleigh. 

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Wachovin Historical Assn.. Winston-Salem. 

Col. A. M. Waddell, Wilmington. 

Alvis Walker, Wilmington. 

L. C. AVeathers, Raleiglh 

George B. We])l). Kinston. 

James S. West, Raleigh. 

N. W. West, Raleigh. 

John D. Whitford, New Bern. 

Brainerd Whiting, Hamlet. 

Mrs. F. M. Williams. Newton. 

Mrs. Helen DeB. Wills. Raleigh. 

Francis D. AYinstoiL Windsoi-. 

W. A. Withers, West Raleigh. 

Mrs. W. A. Withers. West Raleigh. 

I. E. Wishart. Eumbei'ton. 

Gen. C. A. Woodruff. Raleigh. 

Mrs. Bayard Wooten, New Bern. 

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The Ignited States Navy Department. 
Willi.'im H. Utley, Wake County. 

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Rev, L, C. Yates, New Bern. 

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Vestry of Christ Church, New Bern. 



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