Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 34 Issue 4, Oct 1957
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This is a biographical essay on historian and local person of note Joseph Seawell Jones of Shocco, North Carolina. A number of anecdotal stories about Jones are presented in addition to the biographical account of his life. Some quotations from Jones' published writing are also shared.
This article presents evidence of Cherokee migration from the North along with details about the Cherokee people that can be surmised based upon this evidence. Also examined is the development of the nation after settlement, and the impact of that development on the historic Cherokees.
This article looks at the history of counterfeiting in colonial North Carolina including detailing occurrences of counterfeiting as well as laws, trials, and punishments levied on offenders.
This biographical essay on President Woodrow Wilson focuses on the different phases of his life and career via the different ways he wrote and abbreviated his name. Information on his childhood, education, career and social life are included.
This article is a memoir written by Mary C. Wiley about her recollections of her father, the first superintendent of the Public Schools of North Carolina, Calvin Henderson Wiley. The author's narrative provides a description of her childhood home and of the spaces and things that belonged to her father, as well as of stories told to her by him. Additional biographical information is provided in the footnotes.