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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 58 Issue 2, April 1981
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While it is well known that much of Dr. John Brickell's text from his \"Natural History of North Carolina\" was plagiarized from John Lawson's \"A New Voyage to Carolina,\" as well as the writings of the Reverend John Clayton of Tidewater, Thomas Hariot's \"A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia,\" has been identified as a third source. Passages from Brickell's text and Hariot's source material are transcribed side-by-side to demonstrate Brickell's plagiarism.
An examination of the plan and design for a hexagonal dwelling patented by Harriet Morrison Irwin, the first woman to patent an architectural design.