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Rogers recounts the life of William E. Dodd, who was one of the nation's greatest teachers and historians of the 20th-century.
This is a bibliography of printed works by noted Southern historian William Edward Dodd. The introduction provides biographical information on Dodd as well as detail on his scholarly prospective. The bibliography is organized by publication type.
A look at the career of American historian William E. Dodd who, influenced by his personal background as the son of a poor North Carolina farmer, focused his scholarly work on the history of the South in which yeoman farmers were exploited by the aristocratic elite.
The author proved a sojourn in the state capital captured the essence of NC. Those interested in its history could visit folk villages, the Dodd-Hinsdale House, and Oakwood Cemetery. Visitors wanting entertainment could take in concerts, dance, and sports. Tours about town could yield sightings of the Sacred Heart Cathedral, sidewalk cafes, and working farms. For nature lovers, there were boating in the Neuse River and strolling through gardens such as the Rose Garden.