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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 31 Issue 3, Jul 1954
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In 1780, the rebellion of the colonies hung on the ropes. Lord Cornwallis stood in South Carolina poised to strike at Virginia, where North Carolina only stood in his way as the road to Virginia. But little did the British know that forces joined at Cowpens in North Carolina were more than just a road block.
This article discusses the celebration of Independence Day in North Carolina from the declaration of the Continental Congress through the first hundred years of the nation.
With deeply regional roots, James Ephraim McGirt is known for not merely his literary output, but also for his devotion to poetry and his struggle to overcome rural poverty and racism.
Although typically remembered as the first superintendent of common schools in North Carolina, Calvin Henderson Wiley was part of a small group of determined North Carolinians who established a state literature.