Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 48 Issue 3, July 1971
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This article looks at the career of religious revivalist Baxter Franklin McLendon, also known as Cyclone Mack, in the evangelical revival movement during the latter half of the 19th-century.
An analysis of Thomas J. Jarvis' campaign for and service as North Carolina's governor starting in 1880. While governor, Jarvis showed concern for a number of issues later associated with Populism and agrarian reform rather than with Bourbon conservatism.
Contrary to their Northern counterparts, educators in the Old South defended their focus on the antiquities and on Ancient Greek and Roman authors suggesting that the successes and failures of ancient civilization held significant meaning for modern society.
An examination of the estates records of Edgecombe County during its first fifty years, through October court, 1783, reveals the type and size of private libraries.\r\n