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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 31 Issue 2, Apr 1954
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There has been debate about the start of sharecropping in the southern United States. But new evidence, mainly from North Carolina court documents, reveals the history of developments in sharecropping and tenancy.
Since 1823, professional stage performers have performed at the theater in Fayetteville as they toured the circuit of theaters in the region.
Stroupe recounts the development of the North Carolina Department of Archives and History from the work of the North Carolina Historical Commission and William Joseph Peele.
On an evening in early 1880, Senator Zebulon B. Vance met his future wife, widow Mrs. Florence Steele Martin. Johnston writes about Vance's and Martin's courtship through their personal letters.