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Durham County, Durham, N.C. "Conference between General Sherman and General Johnston." April 26, 1865. Nichols, George Ward. The story of the great march from the diary of a staff officer. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1865. C970.73 N61. Neg. 100-48. P1-32-D96-B471.

Durham County, Durham, N.C."Interior of James Bennett's house - Scene of Johnston's surrender - April 26, 1865." Harper's Weekly, May 27, 1865, p. 332. Neg. 100-79. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

Durham County, Durham, N.C. "James Bennett's house, where Johnston surrendered to Sherman-exterior view." Harper's Weekly, May 27, 1865, p. 332. Neg. 100-75. UNC-Chapel Hill Library Stacks.

Durham County, Durham, N.C. "View of the Bennett House, four miles west of Durham, N.C. The house in which Gen. Joseph E. Johns[t]on surrendered to Gen. William T. Sherman, April 26, 1865." Durham, N.C.: Blackwell's Durham Co-operative Tobacco Company. Printed in Boston by Heliotype Printing Company. Neg. 98-422. P1-32-D96-B471.