Families -- North Carolina -- Jackson County
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes two hundred photographic glass plate negatives taken by A.L. Ensley. Subjects of the negatives include: individual and family portraits; the Hog Rock Mine at Webster, N.C.; mining and/or railroad operations; town views; schools, stores, and other structures; the Sylva flood of 1901; scenery; people on horseback or in carriages; and views of Tampa, Florida.
The collection consists of photographs, both prints and tintypes and are arranged by family. Also included are the scrapbook pages the photographs were taken from, a brief family history, and a Family Record page for Felix and Mary.
The collection consists of two (2) letters concerning the Fisher family of Jackson County, North Carolina. The first letter is from Wm. Gilleland, Jefferson, Georgia, to James Fisher and Mary Gilleland Fisher (“Dear brother and sister”), Scotts Creek, North Carolina, dated June 6, 1859; the second letter is from J.J. Allen, Camp 25 Regiment, Weldon, North Carolina, to M.A. [Minerva Adeline] Fisher (“Dear Sister”), dated February 22, 1864.
The collection contains materials concerning the McKee, Dills, and related families, of western North Carolina, chiefly Jackson County, NC. Of note are several Civil War letters; a Certificate of Promotion to Second Lieutenant for C.S. Buchanan, July 26, 1863; and state of North Carolina Confederate currency.