McDonald-Howe Family Papers, 1861-1966. Special-Manuscript MS 34 Contains an undated eyewitness account of the violence by Mrs. N. McDonald Cotton, providing a rare account from an African American witness.
Source Documents of the Wilmington Riot of November 10, 1898 Special-Manuscript MS 69 Contains photocopies of newspaper clippings, correspondence, Resolution by " White People of Wilmington and New Hanover County " and memoirs by Thomas W. Clawson, George Rountree, B. F. Keith, and Rev. J. Allen Kirk.
1898 Centennial Foundation Commemoration Documents Special-Manuscript MS 217 Contains the official records of the 1898 Centennial Foundation, newspaper clippings about the commemoration activities, and some photocopies of reference materials about race relations and the 1898 racial violence.
Non-Fiction Books Primarily about the 1898 Coup:
Please note that "non-fiction" can be misleading. Some of the below are historical accounts, written by scholars; some were written by participants or those wishing to push a particular agenda.
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