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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 9 Issue 3, July 1932
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Certificates printed during the American Revolution functioned to replace hard currency which, for North Carolina, was largely depleted by 1780. The article carefully reviews Colonial and State Records of North Carolina as wells as diaries and minute books from the Moravian Church of Salem to better understand the legislation and distribution of certificates within the state.
This third installment is a reprint of a British orderly Book which covers military operations and orders from August 28, 1780 through March 20, 1781. Sections specific to North Carolina include; Cornwallis' march across the state, the Guilford Court House Campaign, and some coverage of the British retreat from Wilmington.
Images of the American West often contained herds of bison, but some historic accounts identified buffalo within the region that would become North Carolina. Several sources from John Lawson and Dr. John Brickell were studied for evidence of buffalo in the state, especially in the western mountain portion of the territory.
This installment includes \"A Half-told Story of Real White Slavery in the Seventeenth Century\" by William Renwick Riddell, notes concerning a ship loaded and readied for shipment to Boston, and obituary notices.