United States. Army. Dept. of Virginia and North Carolina. Dept. of Negro Affairs.; James, Horace, 1818-1875.; Dover, Cedric,; Cedric Dover Library (Emory University. MARBL)
Collection: African American Literature
Publisher: Boston : W.F. Brown & Co
- The annual report is addressed to Major George J. Carney, A.Q.M., supt. gen. of Negro Affairs, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, and signed on p. 55: Horace James, capt., and A.Q.M., supt. Negro Affairs, Dist. of N.C.
- The appendix is signed on p. 64: Horace James, capt., and A.Q.M., assist. com'r Bur. of Ref's Freedmen and Aban. Lands.
- In 1864 and until January 18, 1865, the Dept. of Negro Affairs was under the auspices of the Dept. of Virginia and North Carolina of the U.S. Army. On that date the department split into the former departments of the Dept. of Virginia and the Dept. of North Carolina, each with a Dept. of Negro Affairs. After May 12, 1865, responsibility for Negro affairs was assumed by the recently created U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands.
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