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Class of 1844

The bibliography is arranged by topic and subtopic. Within each category, published materials are listed first, followed by manuscript materials. Published materials are arranged alphabetically. The manuscript materials are arranged first by repository and then by collection name or number. Within a collection, items are listed chronologically, earliest first.

Published Materials
  • "Commencement of 1844." The North Carolina University Magazine 1, no. 5 (July 1844): 231-236.
    North Carolina Collection: VC378 UQm 1844
Manuscript Materials
  • Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Collections of papers by members of the Class of 1844
  • University Archives, Wilson Library
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Office of the Registrar of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Student Records and Faculty Reports (#40131)
  • Examination report, 1844
  • Report on the 99th Session, Jan. 5, 1844 - June 6, 1844 (Includes a "conduct roll" that lists grades and absences for each student)
  • Records of the Dialectic Society (#40152)
  • Circulation Records, vol. S-2: 1832-1840
  • "The Progress of Poesy," by Edmund DeBerry Covington, Mar. 12, 1842
  • Debate, by Robert H. Cowan, May 19, 1843
  • Debate: "Was the division of the Roman people into Patricians and Plebians a measure calculated to advance their prosperity?" by Walter Leake Steele, May 28, 1843
  • Address, by Stephen Addison Stanfield, May 31, 1843
  • Address, by Robert H. Cowan, July 18, 1843
  • Address, by Stephen Addison Stanfield, Aug. 12, 1843
  • Address, by Walter Leake Steele, Sept. 22, 1843
  • Address, by William Hill, Oct. 25, 1843
  • Address, by Alfred Gaither Foster, Jan. 1844
  • Address, by Pleasant Hunter Dalton, Feb. 1844
  • Address, by John Ballanfant, Mar. 23, 1844 (Regarding Dialectic Society laws)
  • Address, by John Wesley Long, Apr. 18, 1844
  • Address, by Robert H. Cowan, May 18, 1844
  • Valedictory address, by Peter K. Rounsaville, June 5, 1844
  • Records of the Philanthropic Society (#40166)
  • Circulation Records, vol. 9: 1843-1845
  • Minutes of Jan. 12, 1844 (Entry lists senior members), vol. 10
  • Minutes of June 4-5, 1844 (Last meetings for class of 1844) vol. 10