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Lookups- NORTH CAROLINA Extant Voter Registrations of 1867
I have the "NORTH CAROLINA Extant Voter Registrations of 1867"
Here are two excerpts from the introduction to the book giving an
"These voting lists were to have been made up of all males, age
"The voter lists found in the papers of the Secretary of State in the Archives of North Carolina in Raleigh that comprise this book are the only lists that have been found to date, either there or in the papers of the Second Military District of Charleston in the National Archives. The whereabouts of other lists are unknown at either repository. Even though we do not have the lists for the entire state, the lists are historically interesting because it is the first showing of full names of black voters, many of whom were former slaves and give for some a record of residence and an indications of age."
The list only indicates the name of the person, whether they were accepted or rejected, county, precinct and race.
Frances Holloway Wynne, "NORTH CAROLINA Extant Voter Registrations of 1867 (Willow Bend Books, rpt.,2001)
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