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19858
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This article looks at the shift of social and moral imperatives in the South in the early 18th century that changed the attitudes towards slavery from condemnation to justification and acceptance. The political impact of this change is seen in the geographic shift of the popularity of Jeffersonian politics, which were generally unfavorable to slavery, from the South to the anti-slavery North. The article further contends that Southern Jeffersonianism was replaced with a new set of pro-slavery ideals and values first promoted by John C. Calhoun and that came to be known as Calhounism.
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19857
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This article looks at the suffrage of former slaves in the South after the end of the Civil War and its social and political impacts. It is broken into sections that focus on Democratic control of suffrage, the populist-republican fusion, the impact of fusion rule, and the return of the Democrats to power.
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19859
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This article is a reprint of several letters from North Carolinians to George Washington spanning a range of topics and written between 1778 and 1798.
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19873
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This article lists the Congressional districts within North Carolina by year in the period of 1789-1934 including location information for the years before numbered districts were established. The introduction provides a brief history of the establishment of the state's congressional districts.
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