Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 42 Issue 1, Jan 1965
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This article analyzes the workings of the Democratic Party via an examination of the 1930 senatorial primary. Focus is placed on candidate profiles, particularly that of conscientious senator Furnifold M. Simmons and his dilemma of being torn between his responsibility for national legislation, concern for his local constituents, and his desire for re-election--all within the framework of inner-party politics.
This article looks at the evolution of Quaker Friends' efforts to oppose and end slavery via the development of a manumission society dedicated towards the emancipation of slaves. The efforts, philosophies, attitudes and actions of the society in North Carolina are further detailed.
This article examines the additions, improvements and changes made to William Alexander Graham's country estate, \"Montrose.\"
This article examines trends in historical thought and interpretation of the secession of the Southern states from the Union.
This article examines the beginnings of newspapers in the American colonies starting with papers in Boston in the late 17th century and continuing to the Baltimore province in Maryland, to Charleston, and then to Williamsburg in Virginia. The latter became the first newspaper to be read in North Carolina due to the two colonies' commercial and cultural ties. Further information on the spread of printing to North Carolina and the development of papers there as well as information on period printing and printing offices are included.