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4 results for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 3 Issue 4, Oct 1926
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19588
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This article is divided into two parts concerning agriculture in colonial North Carolina. The first part reviews foreign perceptions regarding the quality of the land and its potential for great agricultural endeavors. The second part reviews the specific crops planted and profits made from each.
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19590
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The tenth installment in this series is a reprint of a title, Informations Concerning the Province of North Carolina, Etc. (1773). This pamphlet documents both the early and late Highland migration in the 18th century of Scotch immigrants to North Carolina.
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19589
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Through historical research the author attempts to quantify the number of loyalists in North Carolina during the American Revolution. From this, the author also tries to ascertain how many were convicted and types of punishment charged to loyalists.
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19591
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This installment of historical notes reproduces documents from various sources on a range of topics including; the North Carolinian described as the \"World's Largest Man,\" a plantation at Cape Florida, and a descriptive pamphlet concerning the geography of Occacock Inlet published in 1795.
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