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Conjuring crisis : racism and civil rights in a southern military city by Baca, George
DDC/LCC
  1857 12 2010 2010
Homefront : a military city and the American twentieth century by Lutz, Catherine
DDC/LCC
  1062 15 2001 2001
Under the sabers : the unwritten code of Army wives by Biank, Tanya
DDC/LCC
  743 3 2006 2013
Partnering, payment, and provider access : VA community care in North Carolina : field hearing, Fayetteville, NC, before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifteenth Congress, second session, Friday, March 23, 2018 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Veterans' Affairs
LCC
  444 5 2019 2019
Fayetteville observer
LCC
  412 12 1831 1896
Aunt Sally : or, The cross the way of freedom ; a narrative of the slave-life and purchase of the mother of Rev. Isaac Williams of Detroit, Michigan by Williams, Sally, approximately 1796-
DDC/LCC
  346 30 1796 2000
The weekly intelligencer
DDC/LCC
  291 32 1000 1935
A salute to the armed forces in Fayetteville : Fayetteville, NC
DDC
  283 1 2003 2003
Army wives : the unwritten code of military marriage by Biank, Tanya
DDC/LCC
  239 4 2006 2013
Innocent victims by Whisnant, Scott
DDC/LCC
  202 4 1993 2017
Fayetteville observer
LCC
  193 5 1999 2003
The storm and flood of September 15, 1989, in Fayetteville, North Carolina by Mason, Robert R.
DDC/LCC
  177 2 1993 1993
Military Commission : proceedings in the case of the United States against Duncan G. McRae, William J. Tolar, David Watkins, Samuel Phillips, and Thomas Powers, for the murder of Archibald Beebee at Fayetteville, North Carolina, on the 11th day of February 1867 : together with the argument of Ed. Graham Haywood, special judge advocate, in reply to the several arguments of the counsel for the defence by Bomford, James Voty, -1892
LCC
  175 2 1867 1867
Proceedings in the case of the United States against Duncan G. McRae, William J. Tolar, David Watkins, Samuel Phillips and Thomas Powers, for the murder of Archibald Beebee at Fayetteville, North Carolina, on the 11th day of February, 1867, together with the argument of Ed. Graham Haywood, special judge advocate by Tolar, William J.
DDC/LCC
  171 8 1867 1867
Fayetteville examiner
LCC
  161 5 1880 1880
Army wives : [the unwritten code of military marriage] by Biank, Tanya
DDC/LCC
  158 11 2006 2011
The weekly courier
DDC/LCC
  158 52 1839 1988
The real glory of a church : A dedication sermon, preached in Fayetteville, North-Carolina, at the opening of the Presbyterian Church, which was destroyed by fire in the conflagration of the town on the 29th of May, 1831, and re-built and dedicated August 12th, 1832. : To which is appended an account of the destruction of Fayetteville by Rowland, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1804-1859
LCC
  157 3 1832 2002
The officer's wife : a true story of unspeakable betrayal and cold-blooded murder by Fleeman, Michael
DDC/LCC
  152 7 2006 2013
Cumberland County : a brief history by Parker, Roy, Jr., 1930-2013
DDC/LCC
  137 3 1990 1990
Address on the subject of African slavery : delivered in Fayetteville, September 14, 1837 by Willson, James R. (James Renwick), 1780-1853
LCC
  124 5 1837 1837
Confederate incognito : the Civil War reports of "Long Grabs," a.k.a. Murdoch John McSween, 26th and 35th North Carolina Infantry by McSween, Murdoch John, 1836-1880
DDC
  123 3 2012 2013
Oration of Robert Strange, Esq. delivered at Fayetteville, N.C., : on the jubilee of American independence, July 4, 1826 by Strange, Robert, 1796-1854
LCC
  118 3 1826 1826
The trial of Mrs. Ann K. Simpson, charged with the murder of her husband, Alexander C. Simpson, by poisoning with arsenic, before his Honor, Judge William H. Battle by Simpson, Ann K.
LCC
  114 1 1851 1851
Fayetteville Observer
LCC
  112 1 1816 1816
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