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Records of the Moravians in North Carolina

Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Raleigh, North Carolina : Edwards & Broughton, 1922-c2006
13 v. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
086526290X V. 12

Notes

Photocopy of v. 1.

Volumes 6-7 were reprinted in 1970 by the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History.

Vol. 1-7 edited by Adelaide L. Fries; v. 8 edited by Adelaide L. Fries and Douglas LeTell Right; v. 9 edited by Minnie J. Smith -- v. 10-11 edited by Kenneth G. Hamilton; v. 12 edited by C. Daniel Crews and Lisa D. Bailey.

The North Carolina Historical Commission changed its name in the 1950s to the North Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Contents: v. 1. 1752-1771 -- v. 2. 1752-1775 -- v. 3. 1776-1779 -- v. 4. 1780-1783 -- v. 5. 1784-1792 -- v. 6. 1793-1808. -- v. 7. 1809-1822 -- v. 8. 1823-1837 -- v. 9. 1838-1847 -- v. 10. 1841-1851 -- v. 11. 1852-1879 -- v. 12. 1856-1866 -- v. 13. 1867-1876.

Includes index.

Library has volume 4 on film only.

Also available on microfilm

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