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Title: Papers, ca. 1862-1907 Description: 1 linear ft.

Notes: Abolitionist and educator of Boston, MA; and civilian administrator in the Union Army-occupied Sea Islands, South Carolina, the first Confederate territory to be brought under Northern control. Correspondence, plantation records, and documents relating to Ware's work as a supervisor of freedmen on plantations at Port Royal, South Carolina during the Civil War. Correspondents include Edward S. Philbrick and Ware's sisters, Emma Ware and Harriet Ware. Gift of Caroline F. Ware, 1961.

Subjects: Afro-Americans -- Sea Islands. Freedmen -- South Carolina -- Port Royal -- Government policy. Philbrick, Edward Southwick, 1827-1889, correspondent. Plantations -- South Carolina -- Port Royal. Port Royal (SC) -- History. South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Afro-Americans. Ware, Emma Forbes, 1838-1898, correspondent. Ware, Harriet, 1834-1920, correspondent.

Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.118 NUCMC #: DCLV96-A574