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19595
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Continuation of an article appearing in October 1927, details the highly politicized debate concerning a constitutional amendment to establish voting districts which raged on from the end of the War of 1812 through the 1820s. The historic documentation of the debate concerning this amendment within the state is reprinted in this series of articles.
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19598
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Continuation of an article appearing in January 1928, details the highly politicized debate concerning a constitutional amendment to establish voting districts which raged on from the end of the War of 1812 through the 1820s. The historic documentation of the debate concerning this amendment within the state is reprinted in this series of articles.
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19601
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Continuation of an article appearing in April 1928, details the highly politicized debate concerning a constitutional amendment to establish voting districts which raged on from the end of the War of 1812 through the 1820s. The historic documentation of the debate concerning this amendment within the state is reprinted in this series of articles.
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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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19642
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Reprinted are a series of letters between these men from March 1823 through January 1824. The letters describe a political discussion between them about the upcoming presidential election and how the outcome would affect North Carolina.
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19643
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Captain Johnston Blakeley, commander of the sloop of war WASP, was lost at sea with all crew aboard. He left behind a wife, Jane Anne Blakeley (nee Hoope), and infant daughter Udney Maria Blakeley. On December 28, 1816 the North Carolina Legislature unanimously adopted a resolution that Udney Blakeley be educated at the expense of the state and that Mrs. Blakeley receive money as needed from the treasurer of the state for her education, making Udney Blakeley the first ward of the state of North Carolina.
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19644
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This article examines the debate over constitutional limitations of Congress in the field of taxation after the adoption of the income tax amendment. Arguments are discussed in several state conventions including North Carolina.
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19657
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The Third Installment of Thomas Henderson's 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. The manuscripts of these detailed county descriptions are reproduced with the counties organized in alphabetical order. This installment features an unsigned section on Franklin County, a section on Greene County written by Thomas Holliday in 1810 and a section on Lenoir County written by John Washington in 1810.
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19655
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The Second Installment of Thomas Henderson's 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. The manuscripts of these detailed county descriptions are reproduced with the counties organized in alphabetical order. This section is on Edgecombe County and was written by Jeremiah Battle in 1812.
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19658
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This article examines the creation and content of the North Carolina Constitution of 1776 looking at how each article of the Constitution was created as well as providing a short analysis of each article.
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