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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 11 Issue 1, Jan 1934
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Reprinted here is a compilation of records for Scottish emigrants to North Carolina gathered from Public Record Office of Great Britain in the Treasury Department and organized by the North Carolina Historical Commission. These records include names or emigrants, age, occupation, departure dates, port of departure, and reason for visiting the state. Dates of records in this installment are from January 1774 through May 1775.
Granville County was once considered a \"frontier county\" because it functioned from 1746-1752 largely without government organization and its sheer size encompassed a large area which is now split into Orange, Vance, Warren, and Franklin counties. This article reviews the geographical traits of the area and early settlement patterns within the large territory.