The Daily Record (Wilmington, NC)

NOT PUBLISHED

The Daily Record was an African American paper that figured prominently in the Wilmington Riot and Coup d’etat of 1898. Very few issues are known to remain; in partnership with the Cape Fear Museum and UNC-Chapel Hill, The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center has shared those remaining issues here. You can also read more about a project to assemble quotes from the Record found in other newspapers of the era at The Wilmington Daily Record Project.

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