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George Davis' entire political career began and ended with the Civil War. During this period though he attended the Virginia Peace Convention, was a Confederate Senator, and served as Attorney General in President Davis' Cabinet. The author looks at the Wilmington native's career closely to understand why Davis was so revered by his contemporaries.
This article discusses the celebration of Independence Day in North Carolina from the declaration of the Continental Congress through the first hundred years of the nation.
In this second installment of an article from July 1954, Green discusses the reaction of North Carolinians to celebrating the Fourth of July for 100 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence.