Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 7 Issue 2, Apr 1930
Currently viewing results 1 - 3
The second installment, the first appeared in January 1930, is a reprint of reports by Velthusen which includes a series of letters of Lutheran officials. The authors provided the translation of these texts.
Despite sparse populations in the colonies, government was modeled on the English political system, including the use of borough representation. Borough representation persisted in the state through the early 19th century. Critics of borough representation presented a resolution to remove this from state politics at the Convention of 1835, defeated by a 73 to 50 vote.
In this installment, Corbitt presents an essay on a new Bible translation, notes concerning drug extraction from medicinal plants, court cases, notes on slavery, and some obituaries.