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The collection is composed of materials related to Dickenson's research on Southwest Virginia African Americans from the Civil War until the present.
This collection contains seven ledgers and one letter from the estate of Isaac Horne (1801-1878) of Glade Spring, Washington County, Virginia. The ledgers show the Hornes owned a dry goods, fabric and tanning business. Transactions are recorded selling leather items to Confederate Soldiers during the American Civil War.
The collection contains an arrest warrant issued on January 30th, 1864 for Patrick Keyces, a deserter from the 30th Virginia Sharpshooters Battalion.
Photocopy of Cathleen Carlson Reynolds' master's thesis, "A Pragmatic Loyalty: Unionism in Southwestern Virginia, 1861-1865," completed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1987.
This collection contains a telegraph sent from Captain R. A. Williams to Captain Isaac Shelley.