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During the late 1930s, Louis Austin was editor-publisher of Durham, North Carolina's 'Carolina Times,' the city's black newspaper. Austin was a confrontational activist against racial segregation who utilized legal action and electoral politics through the Democratic Party.
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Benjamin Smith was governor of North Carolina from 1810 to 1811. A prominent resident of the Lower Cape Fear region, Smith owned several plantations in Brunswick County. Little attention has been paid to Smith by historians as his short gubernatorial has been viewed as powerless. When examined, his tenure in office exposes the difficulties that governors are under during the early 19th century.
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This article examines the society of the Albemarle Borderlands of North Carolina from its origins in 1663 to 1729. It looks at the population make up, presence of plantations, slavery, wildlife, agriculture, and historiography of the region.
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