Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 50 Issue 4, Oct 1973
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This biographical essay looks at the life and career of clergyman Nathaniel Blount, the longest-lived Anglican clergyman to survive the American Revolution.
Wealthy planters from the St. James Goose Creek Parish, 20 miles north of Charleston, established a permanent settlement in the Lower Cape Fear in the 1720s and introduced rice as a new agricultural staple in North Carolina.
This article looks at the tricky legal backlash that resulted from a complex bequest left in the last will and testament of North Carolina industrialist James B. Duke.