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20681
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This article looks at the relations between the Cherokee people and white settlers during the early 19th century, and changes to both groups as a result of the interactions between the two. Particular attention is given to the effects of several treaties on the Cherokees, as well as the changes in lifestyle afforded by exposure to the agrarian economy of white settlers afforded by forced relocation, proximity, and trade.
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20682
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This article is the first in a series on the cotton textile industry in antebellum North Carolina. This installment focuses on development of cotton textile production from an older domestic process into an industrialized factory process.
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20692
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This article examines the occurrence of African-American sponsored state-wide industrial fairs in the South during Reconstruction, particularly those sponsored by \"The Colored Industrial Association of North Carolina.\" Because the fairs held by the Association were the first of their kind in the South, Blackwelder suggests that they most clearly reveal the philosophy and motivations of all such undertakings, and appeared to be the most important and interesting. Rather than give a chronological account of the fairs, Blackwelder selected the 1886 events as representative of, \"all fairs preceding and succeeding it.\"
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20693
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This is a reprint of Civil War letters written by Moravian volunteer soldier and Salem native, Henry W. Barrow. Letters, written from various camps in 1861, 1864 and 1865, give intimate glimpses of personal experiences during the war.
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20691
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This article examines the founding and establishment of the Bar Association in North Carolina beginning with the roots for the organization in the Bar Association of Western North Carolina documented in 1884.
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