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for Recall Vol. 5 Issue 1, Apr 1999
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Documents relating to North Carolina's military activities from the reign of Queen Anne down to the 20th century have survived in varying quantities. Stevenson discusses the military activities in the state during the Colonial Period and the records that resulted from it. All conflict is arranged in chronological order--the Tuscarora War, 1711-1715; The Spanish Alarm, 1739-1748; The French and Indian War, 1755-1763; The War of the Regulation, 1768-1771; and the Colonial and State Militias during the Revolutionary War.
Porter relates a brief history of Nation Guard units in North Carolina during peacetime and wartime from the Colonial Period to the period since the end of World War II, 1945-1984.