Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 50 Issue 1, Jan 1973
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An examination of the establishment, organization, and role of the North Carolina Council of Defense during World War I. This state branch of the national organization was established to investigate and advise the government on the problems associated with economic mobilization, to coordinate the preparedness of the different states, and to set the pattern of civilian response to wartime administrative decrees.
This biographical essay looks at the life and career of physician Dr. John Carr Monk whose conversion from the Methodist Church to Catholicism not only inspired his becoming a Catholic missionary, but also caused his town of Newton Grove to become the most solidly rural Catholic community in North Carolina.
This comparative study of the non-ecclesiastical activities of an English and a North Carolina parish tries to determine what activities English parish officials brought to the New World in the 17th- and early 18th-centuries, and if the activities were modified by circumstances specific to colonial America.
This is a reprint of eight letters written by George Washington Whitman, younger brother of Walt Whitman, during the Civil War. The letters describe battles of Roanoke Island and New Bern in February and March of 1862.