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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 35 Issue 1, Jan 1958
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IN 1846, requisitions for volunteers for the Mexican-American war went to governors of all states. Governor William A. Graham issued a proclamation calling North Carolina to raise a volunteer infantry regiment. During the summer of 1846, more than three times the volunteers needed, most of them from the western part of the state, offered their services.
In the mid-19th century, Benson J. Lossing traveled to North Carolina to create a series of engravings that detailed the Revolutionary War in the state.
Powell provides an amended list of Douglas C. McMurtrie's 1938 bibliography of 18th century North Carolina imprints. The bibliography lists books printed in North Carolina in the 18th century, along with books which no longer survive, but are thought to be a product of North Carolina.
Between 1865 and 1905, there were over one hundred private banks opened in North Carolina. Although their is little mention made of private banks in the state's history, these institutions played an important role in banking and contributions made to the economy.