This exhibit is dedicated to the people from the Albemarle region 
who served both the Confederacy and the Union and to those at home who suffered the toll of the hardships of the war. The Museum of the Albemarle would like to thank the numerous individuals and institutions who gave their time and effort.

Interpretative Counties for the Museum of the Albemarle

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Bentonville Battlefield, North Carolina Historic Site

Chowan Discovery Group

John B. Crenshaw Collection, Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College,

Greensboro, N.C.

Documenting the American South, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


East Carolina University

Elizabeth City State University

Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College

Friends of the Museum of the Albemarle

G.A.R. Memorial Board of Trustees, Worcester, Massachusetts

Gates County Historical Society

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum

Guild of Museum Friends, Museum of the Albemarle

Haverford College Alumni Association

J.W. Jones Lumber Company

Museum of the Confederacy, Eleanor S. Brockenbrough Library

National Museum of Civil War Medicine

National Park Service, The Outer Banks Group

Naval Historical Center

New York State Military Museum

North Carolina Division of State Historic Sites and Properties

North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council

North Carolina Collection Gallery, Wilson Special Collections Library, University of

North Carolina at Chapel Hill

North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program

North Carolina Museum of History

North Carolina Office of Archives and History

North Carolina Office of State Archaeology, Underwater Archaeology Branch

North Carolina State Archives

North Carolina Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office 

Outer Banks History Center

Perquimans County Register of Deeds Office

Port O’ Plymouth Museum

Preservation North Carolina

George B. Singletary Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy on behalf of

the Anne Whitehurst Keel family

Sketchbook of Sgt. Fred W. Smith, Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC

J. Herbert W. Small Federal Building and United States Courthouse, Elizabeth City, NC

Tyrrell County Public Library

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of Virginia Library

U.S. Library of Congress

U.S. Naval Historical Center

Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

Virginia Historical Society

Virginia Military Institute Archives

Washington County Historical Society

Washington, NC Daily News


 Lemuel S. Blades, III

Tim Buchman

The Family of James Sidney Cherry

The Family of Lawrence Edward Cherry

William J. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Corbitt III

Samuel B. Dixon

Horace Dunlow

Andrew Duppstadt

Gwen Erickson

Ray Etheridge

Brian Forehand

Ernest B. Furgurson

Harold Gatling

Chris Grimes

Russ Haddad

Billy W. Hall

Linda Hofler

Charles Hulin

Frances Inglis

The Family of Cleo “Peggy” Cherry James

K. Paul Johnston

Bob Jones

Burton H. Jones

Doward Jones

George S. Lassiter

Alex Leary

Bruce Long

Jason Madrin

Phillip Madrin

Abby Manning

Christopher Meekins

Daniel McAuliffe

Karen Nethercutt

Newark Museum

Thomas Newbern

The Oden Family of Bath, NC

Robert Outland

James Thadius Palmer

William J. Parker, Jr.

Dr. Brandon Peters

Tommy Peters

William and Jane Phelps

Gerald Prokopowicz

John Quarstein

Joyce Corbett Reitz

Gary Riggs

Edith Seiling

Wayne Seymour

Dennis Schurr

Russ Steele

Frank Stephenson, Jr.

Doug Sterner,

Beth Taylor

Mary Cherry Tirak

Harry Watson

Emily White

Gertrude F. White

Walter White

Curtis and Carolyn Winston

Shaylee Wright

Virginia H. Wood

Website designed by Brittany Hayes and Clay Swindell with assistance provided by Wanda Stiles.  Research completed by Ashlee Copenhaver, Leonard Lanier, Kyle McDermott, Robert Munford, Wanda Stiles, and Clay Swindell. 

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