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|Abstract||Willie H. Maverick, orginally from San Antonio, Tex., was a student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill from 1865 to 1868. The collection includes four letters, 1866-1867, from Willie H. Maverick during his student days at the University of North Carolina to his parents concerning college life and family matters. Also included are miscellaneous bills and receipts.|
|Creator||Maverick, Willie H., fl. 1865-1867.|
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Willie H. Maverick, originally from San Antonio, Tex., attended the University of North Carolina from 1865 to 1868 and saw the closing of the University during Reconstruction.Back to Top
The collection contains four letters, 1866-1867, of Willie H. Maverick to his mother while he was a student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C.. In one letter, dated 9 September 1867, he criticised the lack of initiative in North Carolina. Other papers include bills and receipts.Back to Top
Four letters of Willie H. Maverick to his mother while he was a student at Chapel Hill, in one of which, dated 9 September 1867, he criticises the lack of initiative in North Carolina. Other papers include bills and receipts.
Processed by: Library Staff, 1993
Encoded by: Bari Helms, February 2005Back to Top