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Amending the North Carolina Constitution: Spatial and Political Enfranchisement as Portrayed by Delegate Votes and Voter Registration in 1835

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The most significant event in the political history of antebellum North Carolina was the convention that assembled at Raleigh 1835 to amend the North Carolina Constitution. Delegates prepared several amendments, but when the amendments were submitted for ratification, the vote reflected a stark contrast between the counties of the east and those of the Piedmont and Mountains regions.
North Carolina Geographer (NoCar F 254.8 N67), Vol. 16 Issue , 2008, p36-48, map, bibl