Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 39 Issue 13, December 1971
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John MacRae (1774-1780) was a Scot who wrote poems and songs and convinced many of his fellow countrymen to immigrate to North Carolina. This article presents his legacy and impact on North Carolina.
The author presents the history of cockfighting in North Carolina and how the sport works.
Andy Winecoff went by the nickname ‘Shake’ and was a notorious lawbreaker in Robeson County who was able to escape the gallows after a Governor of North Carolina pardoned him of his crimes. This article presents the life and exploits of ‘Shake.’