Zeb Vance: North Carolina's Civil War Governor and Gilded Age Political Leader

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INDEX
Abbott, Joseph C., 287
Advance (ship), 129, 137–38, 150, 223, 259, 321
African American legal rights, 258, 264–65, 272
African American prisoners of war, 215
African American voters, 315
Alamance County, N.C., 279–80, 312
Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, 325
Alexander, Sydenham B., 380–81
Allen, Lawrence, 146
Allison, William B., 361
Allman, N. G., 99
American Legion, 411
American Party. See Know-Nothing Party
American Social Science Association, 297
Appalachian stereotypes, 5, 359
Army of Northern Virginia, 93, 112, 180, 185, 226
Army of Tennessee, 185, 247
Arrington, S. P., 136–37
Ashe, S. A., 370
Ashe, Thomas S., 302–3
Asheboro, N.C., 220
Ashe County, N.C., 167, 356
Asheville, N.C., 3, 5, 7, 13, 17, 27, 32, 76, 109, 281, 311, 339, 358, 371, 376, 378, 399, 406, 408, 410–11
Asheville Citizen, 291
Asheville Concert Band, 408
Asheville Mutual Insurance Company, 41, 46
Asheville News, 45, 47, 53, 66–67
Asheville Pioneer, 295
Asheville Spectator, 44–45, 49, 53
Ashmore, John D., 71
Augusta, Georgia, 234
Auman, William T., 107, 158, 164, 213
Austin, Samuel, 50, 52
Averasboro, battle of, 245
Avery, William W., 53–56, 62
Avery-Flemming affair, 55–56, 62
Badger, George E., 70–71
Baird, Elisha, 371
Baird, James S. T., 45–46
Baird, Zebulon, 8
Baker, Robin E., 107
Baltimore Sun, 380
Barker, Mily, 162
Barnes, David A., 135
Battle, Kemp P., 16, 25, 253, 256, 284
Battle, Richard H., 25, 196, 408
Battle, William H., 25
Beddingfield, Eugene C., 387–88, 390
Bell, John, 103
Benjamin, Judah, 132
Benning, Henry L., 185
Bentonville, battle of, 245
Best, William J., 347
Black Mountain, N.C., 376–77, 384
Blaine, James G., 346
Blair, Francis P., 241
Blair, Henry W., 364
Blair Education Bill, 364–65
Blalock, Keith, 84
Blalock, Matilda, 84
Blight, David W., 406, 412
Blockade-running, 136, 138–39
B'nai B'rith, 411
Bonds, North Carolina railroad, 333, 344
Borglum, Gutzon, 408
Boyce, William W., 71
Bradford, Edmund, 168–69
Bragg, Braxton, 215, 237, 240–41
Bragg, Thomas, 73, 75, 269, 281
Branch, Lawrence O'Bryan, 86–89
Brazil, 370

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