11 November 1861: “It requires infinitely more courage to be a friend of the Union in North Carolina than here…”

Item description: A broadside, printed in New York and dated 11 November 1861, asking for donations of supplies or contributions of money to be gathered in support of “those loyal inhabitants of the coast of North Carolina who have been deprived of their usual means of support by the Rebel forces, and are now reduced to the greatest want and suffering.”

Item citation: Aid to loyal North Carolinians. At a meeting held at Cooper Institute on the 7th inst., the undersigned were appointed a committee to procure food and supplies for those loyal inhabitants of the coast of North Carolina… [New York : s.n., 1861] Cb970.77 M88 North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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