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HIST 4600: U. S. South 1860 to Present

Chronological examination of the United States South's political and social history from the Civil War to the end of the twentieth century.

Manuscript Collections

 

Manuscript Collections consist primarily of unpublished documents such as literary manuscripts, letters, diaries, cartoons, photographs, architectural drawings, and organizational, church and governmental records. Also included are printed materials, audio recordings, and other items. The collections focus on materials related to the people and history of the greater Charlotte region, with particular attention to the Charlotte/Mecklenburg area.

Suggested Manuscript Collections

Following are manuscript collections that could be used for your class, History of the South Since 1865.  There are more possible collections on a list at the end of this column.

Special Collections and University Archives

You can access unique research resources such as rare books, manuscripts, archives, maps and photographs in the Dalton Reading Room, located on the 10th floor of Atkins Library. Please see the Special Collections website for our hours and further information.