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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 44 Issue 2, April 1967
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This article is a reprint of an address given to members of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association by then ambassador from Great Britain to the United States Sir Patrick Henry Dean. He discusses some history of the Winston-Salem area in honor of its bicentennial, and then provides an update on the current state of the relationship between Britain and the United States.
This article examines the efficacy and legacy of Furnifold M. Simmons political career, most notably his over 30 years of service in the United States House of Representatives.
This article looks at the history of Winston-Salem and the Moravian Community's contribution to the state since its establishment.
This is a reprint of letters written by family members concerning the education of William H. Polk, younger brother of James K. Polk. James Polk inherited responsibility for his siblings' education upon the death of his father in 1872. William Polk was sent to North Carolina to prepare for entry to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by first studying at the Hillsborough Academy also known as the Bingham School.