Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 47 Issue 2, Apr 1970
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This article examines the Church of the Brethren or Dunkers, and their existence in North Carolina. Two of the six Dunker settlements founded by 1800 survived into the 20th century. Through strong leadership and faith, these settlements have passed many trials and tribulations to keep their existence.
This article collects a variety of secondary accounts on the expansion of the Whig Party in North Carolina during the 1930s. The ideals of the Whig Party were broadly focused geographically and socially as the North Carolina sect mimicked national diversity.