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3 results for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 7 Issue 4, Oct 1930
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19642
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Reprinted are a series of letters between these men from March 1823 through January 1824. The letters describe a political discussion between them about the upcoming presidential election and how the outcome would affect North Carolina.
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19641
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A continuation of an article on the same topic printed in July 1930, this work becomes more specific about the Farmers' Union membership and engagement of these men. Founded in 1905, activities of the Farmers' Union became important across the state after 1908 through the end of this organization in 1921. During this period membership surpassed 33,000 with members engaged in political, economic, social, and educational activities.
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19640
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The author examines the 18th century coastline and the geographical impediments which hindered the state's overseas commerce. Discussed are the major bodies of water throughout eastern North Carolina including the Cape Fear River, the sounds, and Ocracoke Inlet and the men who sailed these waters and attempted to improve navigation throughout the period.
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