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19953
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This article looks at the democratization of higher education via the establishment of programs in agriculture and the mechanic arts focusing on the development of such programs within the state as well as the establishment of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
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19952
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This article is a biography of War of 1812 veteran, U.S. Senator and North Carolina Governor Montfort Stokes.
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19978
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This is the second article in a series on Revolutionary period economic conditions in North Carolina. This installment focuses on those who owned town lots as opposed to those who owned and worked tracts of land for natural resources, as were discussed in the previous article from April 1939, Vol. 16(2), pp. 107-133. The article contains a number of tables and maps that address slave-holding, town lot ownership, free and slave population statistics, and cattle owner statistics.
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19979
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This article is the third installment of a reprint of letters from North Carolinians to James K. Polk written between March 10, 1838 and December 14, 1844. The letters presented here are from William H. Haywood, P.C. Caldwell, James A. Craig, David W. Stone, Larkin Stowe, William M. Green, Eunice O. Polk, William F. Davidson, Lucius J. Polk, William H. Haywood Jr., William J. Alexander, John H. Wheeler, Jesse P. Smith, Romulus M. Saunders, Walter F. Leak, William A. Coleman, Joseph Commander, Alexander I. McKnight, William J. Cooper, Tippeo Brownlaw, James W. Jeffreys, James B. Shepard, and James K. Hill.
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