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Diaries

  • Wartime Diary of Robert Gregg Cherry, from the 115th Machine Gun Battalion Company A, a North Carolina National Guard, 1918.
  • W. A. Mauney Civil War Diary, 1861-1865. [handwritten.] William Andrew Mauney enlisted in the army and the diary has daily entries from 1861-1865 about the events, activities, and battles fought by Company B, 28th N. C. Regiment (South Fork Farmers or also known as Gaston Invincibles) in North Carolina and Virginia.
  • Diary of William Davis Glenn of Dallas, Gaston County, N.C. containing irregular entries about trips and other events. Included are discussions about weather, social life, preachings attended, the general store at Pleasant Ridge, N.C., employment in the clerk's office, visits to relatives, troops stationed in the vicinity in 1865, trips in North Carolina in 1865, trips to Mississippi and to Baltimore in 1866, a trip to New York and Philadelphia in 1867, and working in a country store in the summer of 1867. L. C. Glenn Papers, 1752-1927. Series 2. Volumes, 1794-1907. Volume 3: Diary, 1864-1869, 45 pages. (digitized 47 scans)Volume 3: Diary, 1864-1869, 45 pagesVolume 3: Diary, 1864-1869, 45 pagesVolume 3: Diary, 1864-1869, 45 pages

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