A lot going on this week, both in the news and with me (see previous entry). Here is what I found on my weekly crawl through the news.
There is a new monument to Confederate soldiers in Weldon. Check out information regarding it and the war-time hospital in this article in the Salisbury Post.
The Statesville Record and Landmark has an article about resources available at the Public Library in Statesville. Check it out here.
Information regarding the skirmish at Deep Creek (Swain County), and effort to place a historical marker at the site, may be found here.
The North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources has announced that advanced tickets are available for the 145th anniversary of the battle of Bentonville. Learn more here.
There is some great information on Dr. Edward Warren, a North Carolina born doctor who wrote "An epitome of practical surgery, for field and hospital (1st Edition. Richmond, Va., West & Johnston, 1863)," one of the most widely used guides used during the war by Southerners. You can read more here.
And, there is a new web site devoted to the life of Harriet Jacobs, put together by the Edenton-Chowan County Tourism Development Authority and developed with Historic Edenton State Historic Site. Check it out here.