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6 results for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 42 Issue 2, April 1965
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20907
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This article examines the first permanent colonies established in North Carolina and the settlement that became Beaufort. Article details land patents, area trade, town layout, town incorporation, Lord Proprietors relations, real estate speculation, land transfers, population growth, resident occupations, justice system, religion, land surveying, and period maps are included.
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20914
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This article looks at the circumstances surrounding William Tecumseh Sherman's march on the South through the Carolinas on his way to support General Ulysses S. Grant in his assault on General Robert E. Lee at Richmond. Details of Sherman's course through North Carolina and occupancy of various cities including Monroe's Cross-Roads, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Goldsboro are included.
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20911
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This article looks at the change in Republican Party strategy enacted by the nomination of John Motley Morehead by the North Carolina Fifth District Republican Congressional Convention of 1908. Biographical information on Morehead as well as details on Republican Party politics and political players are included.
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20912
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This article examines Mrs. Catherine Ann (Devereux) Edmonston of Halifax County reading habits and personal notes on literature and periodicals recorded in her diary. Mrs. Edmonston's education and literacy were an anomaly in North Carolina as the state widely characterized for ignorance and illiteracy.
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20916
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This is a reprint of a report from the North Carolina Confederate Centennial Commission presented to the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association summarizing events as the Civil War Centennial commemorations were nearing conclusion.
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20913
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This is a reprint of an address given to the North Carolina Literary and Historical Organization on December 4, 1964 the relation between history and literature.
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