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19605
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In this installment, a variety of documents on multiple subjects are reprinted within. Some topics include: a poem about John Jay, personal letters to a brother, John Jameson, serving at the Battle of Kinston, and advertisements for the arts including dancing, singing, and music.
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19604
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Thomas Henderson wrote accounts for twelve different counties (Ashe, Caswell, Duplin, Edgecombe, Franklin, Greene, Lenoir, Moore, Rockingham, Surry, and Stokes) between 1810-1811 comparing geography, resources, and populations of these particular counties. His manuscript of these detailed county descriptions is reproduced with the counties organized in alphabetical order.
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19603
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Ante-bellum towns in the state tended to be small, with only two of the twenty five towns in the 1860 census boasting a population of more than five thousand. The author reviews the reason for a lack of urban development in the state and examines the make-up of these towns from local politics to common social events.
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