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William Martin, a free African-American rosin farmer and boatman living in North Carolina before the Civil War, submitted a claim seeking remuneration for his property used by the Union army. This page shows what was accepted and why.
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Southern Claims Commission Approved Claims, 1871-1880
›Martin, William (20239)
Source: The National Archives
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