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In the 1920s and 1930s, some of the best silversmithing in the country came from William Dodge's Asheville shop. His best-known work is the Mayflower Cup, awarded yearly for the best non-fiction work by a state writer.
A look into the reasons for the small number of Catholics in North Carolina during the antebellum period. Particular focus is given to testing the popular notion that anti-Catholic sentiment in the state is to blame for the small number of North Carolina Catholics.
Joseph-Pierre Picot de Limoëlan de Clorivière was a miniature portrait artist who fled to Georgia from France after conspiring to assassinate Napleon Bonaparte in 1800. Joseph-Pierre became a pastor and had a pivotal influence on the spirituality, curriculum and architecture of the Visitation Monastery in Georgetown, D.C. New accounts of his work are stored at the monastery and at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.