Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 56 Issue 2, April 1979
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This article looks at challenges to the widely held historical idea that the efficiency of the Southern war effort was seriously handicapped by the opposition of powerful governors who put the own states' interests above those of the South as a whole. Particular attention is given to disputing this theory in North Carolina history.
This is a very general look at the period of Native American habitation of North Carolina with references to John Lawson's recorded observations of his encounters with Indian peoples.
This article provides a general history of Native Americans and Native American culture in the United States and in North Carolina, as well as an overview of the Commission of Indian Affairs established in 1971.
A personal recollection of travel by, and use of, various modes of 20th century transportation written by Sarah McCulloh Lemmon, PhD, professor and dean of Continuing Education and Special Programs at Meredith College in Raleigh.
This article examines the ways in which Native Americans have directly shaped North Carolina history focusing on four distinct roles that they have played: Native Americans as independent nations, as defeated adversaries, as invisible men, and as emerging communities.