Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 68 Issue 4, Oct 1991
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A look at the design and construction of the neoclassical style mansion at Hayes plantation near Edenton, which comes from a unique blend of architectural traditions and changing building practices, from established regional traditions, and from emerging national and international trends.
An examination of the career of transplanted northerner Clinton A. Cilley whose life ran counter to the generally accepted view of the carpetbaggers as the disliked settlers who were unlikely to succeed in Southern agriculture and who were disliked and held separate by true southerners. Cilley, despite being an unlikely candidate for success or acceptance in the postwar south, demonstrated a willingness to get along with the white majority, an ability to find common ground, and a compatibility in social values that lead him to become a successful and prominent lawyer in western North Carolina.