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The papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell
Randolph Abbott Shotwell
Randolph Abbott Shotwell started the Ashville Citizen in 1869, but it is the years before that which are the most fascinating. In 1858, his family moved to Rutherfordton, NC. When the Civil War broke out, Randolph Abbott Shotwell pledged to join the first Confederate forces with which he came into contact. Thus, he came to join the Eighth Virginia, commanded by Colonel Eppa Hunton. In 1864, he was captured on the eve of the battle of Cold Harbor and thus spent the rest of the war as a prisoner. When the war ended, he came back to N.C. Like many of his time, he was familiar with the KKK. It is said that he was convicted of utterly false testimony of Klan activities. His Papers are mainly about his years in prison after this wrongful conviction. Later, he was pardoned by President Ulysses Grant.
|Other titles||"Three Years in Battle," the autobiography of Randolph Abbott Shotwell|
|Statement||edited by J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton, with the collaboration of Rebecca Cameron.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|Series||Publications of the North Carolina historical commission, Publications of the State Department of Archives and History, Library of American civilization -- LAC 22277-78.|
|Contributions||Hamilton, Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac, 1878-1961 ed., Cameron, Rebecca. ed.|
|The Physical Object|
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches and writings, subject files, legal papers, family papers, biographical material, and other papers pertaining to Randolph and his work as a civil rights leader and an African-American union official. Documents his strategy for securing political, social, and economic rights for African-Americans. Subjects include the A. Philip Randolph Institute's . Rare Book & Manuscript Library Archival Collections Portal > Rare Book & Manuscript Library > Jacques Barzun papers, Jacques Barzun papers,
William Randolph Hearst Sr. (/ h ɜːr s t /; Ap – Aug ) was an American businessman, newspaper publisher, and politician known for developing the nation's largest newspaper chain and media company, Hearst flamboyant methods of yellow journalism influenced the nation's popular media by emphasizing sensationalism and human Born: Ap , San Francisco, California, U.S. A. Philip Randolph Papers 5. implementing his strategy of mass protests and passive resistance by means of picketing and the March on Washington Movement, Randolph sought the advice of friends, African-American leaders, educators, and organizations concerning his.
New Bern mercantile and manufacturers' business directory and N.C. farmers' reference book / (New Bern, N.C.: W.I. Vestal, ), by Randolph Abbott Shotwell (page images at HathiTrust) The Great metropolis, or New York. Randolph Abbott Shotwell was born in West Liberty, Va., on the 12th day of December In his vins there ran the blood of the Cavalier and the Puritan. His fath er Rev. Nathan Shotwell, a Pres byterian divine was a native of the Old Dominion, a true son of that noble commonwealth. His mother's maiden name was Miss Maria Ab bott and her birth.
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Randolph Abbott Shotwell started the Ashville Citizen inbut it is the years before that which are the most fascinating. Inhis family moved to Rutherfordton, NC. When the Civil War broke out, Randolph Abbott Shotwell pledged to join the first Confederate forces with which he came into contact.
Shotwell, Randolph Abbott. by Jeffry D. Wert. 14 Dec. –31 July Randolph Abbott Shotwell, Confederate soldier, newspaperman, state legislator, and author, was born in West Liberty, Va., the eldest of three sons of the Reverend Nathan, a Presbyterian minister, and Martha Ann Abbott mother was a native of Massachusetts and of a prominent family.
Shotwell, Randolph Abbott, Papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell. Raleigh, The papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell book Carolina historical commission, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Randolph Abbott Shotwell; Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton; Rebecca Cameron.
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Randolph Abbott Shotwell () Papers, Compre o livro The Papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) na : confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e importadosFormat: Capa Comum. At SHOTWELL PUBLISHING we love the South--its history, traditions, and culture--and are proud of our inheritance as Southerners.
Our books are a. Raleigh Street CB #; Chapel Hill, NC ; I am teaching a writing seminar with the Joint Select Committee hearings on the KKK as the common source for all the students’ papers and would love to assign your book.
Grant pardoned Randolph Abbott Shotwell, one of Dixon’s main sources (and inspirations), a KKK leader in western NC. The Papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell. III. (Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission) by J. de Roulhac Hamilton, Rebecca Cameron (p. The Papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell.
Volume III, Three Years in Battle and Three in Federal Prisons. by J. de Roulhac Hamilton, Rebecca Cameron (pp. Papers of John Randolph of Roanoke, Accession#, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Acquisition Information This collection was acquired through gift, purchase and loan, ca. present. 20 Sept.
–9 Nov. Plato Durham, legislator and Conservative political leader during Reconstruction, was born at High Shoals (later Henrietta), Rutherford County, the eldest son and fourth of thirteen children of Micajah and Esther Baxter gh the family was well off by the standards of the time and place, Durham's early education was gained, in the words of.
During this period she also co-edited the Randolph Abbott Shotwell Papers with J. de Roulhac Hamilton. She also wrote articles and poems for periodicals, and during the s wrote a column for the children's page of the Episcopal Church's Church Messenger. Recent Additions - May Compiled by Helen M.
McFarland. May (vol. 7, no. 2, pages to SHOTWELL, RANDOLPH ABBOTT, The Papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell. Vol. Raleigh, The North Carolina Historical Commission, Cumulative Book Index, a World List of Books in the English Language, January-December, New York.
Personal correspondence and financial, legal, and other papers of Randolph, his father, Peter S. Randolph, his mother, Elizabeth Randolph, his guardian, Richard Adams, and other relatives and friends. The papers reflect the management and economic aspects of Randolph's Virginia plantation, Chatsworth, before the Civil War, especially farming and the buying and selling of.
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Michael E. Woods of Marshall University. Previous contributions appeared on Tuesday, January 3 and Tuesday, December We thank the author, Dr. James.The papers of Randolph Abbott Shotwell / edited by J.G.
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G. de Roulhac Hamilton - Dated by The North Carolina Historical Commission - Two-volume set. - The History of a Brigade of South Carolinians by J. F. J. Caldwell - Dated by King & Baird.