A Guide to the Study and Reading of North Carolina History

A Guide to the Study and Reading of North Carolina History

A Guide to the Study and Reading of North Carolina History

A Guide to the Study and Reading of North Carolina History

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I. SOURCES FOR THE STUDY AND WRITING OF NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY: STATE AND LOCAL 3

II. SELECT LIST OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES RELATING TO NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY 7

III. ROSTERS OF NORTH CAROLINA SOLDIERS IN VARIOUS WARS 29

IV. SELECT LIST OF NOVELS, STORIES, AND PAGEANTS -- CHIEFLY HISTORICAL 30

V. SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA FOLKLORE 33

VI. TOPICAL SUMMARIES AND CHAPTER BIBLIOGRAPHIES 35

(1) The Land and Its Resources , 35 (2) The North Carolina Indians, 35 (3) Explorations and Attempts at Settlement,36 (4) The Carolina Proprietary: Albemarle County,37 (5) The Emergence of North Carolina, 1689-1729,39 (6) The "New Immigration": Highlanders, Scotch-Irish, Germans,40 (7) Agriculture and Industry,42 (8) Transportation, Trade, and Communication to 1775,43 (9) The Social Order,44 (10) Religion and Culture, 1730-1776,45 (11) Royal Governors and Their Problems, 1730-1775,47 (12) Sectionalism and Sectional Controversies,49 (13) Approach of the American Revolution, 1763-1775,50 (14) Transition from Colony to Statehood,51 (15) The New State and Its Problems,52 (16) The State at War,53 (17) Aftermath of the Revolution,54 (18) North Carolina and the Federal Union, 1777-89,55 (19) Politics and Personalities, 1789-1800,56 (20) Triumphant Jeffersonian Democracy, 1801-1815,57 (21) The "Rip Van Winkle State,"59 (22) The Murphey Program for State Development,60 (23) The State's Changing Role in National Politics, 1824-1835,61 (24) The Convention of 1835 and the Two-Party System,62 (25) The Whigs Inaugurate an Age of Progress,63 (26) Continued Progress under the Democrats, 1850-1860,64 (27) Economic Development, 1835-1860,65 (28) An Intellectual Awakening, 1835-1860,66 (29) Religion and Society in AnteBellum North Carolina,67 (30) Sectional Differences and Conflicts in the Union,68 (31) A State in the Confederacy 1861-1865,69 (32) The War for Southern Independence, 1861- 1865,70 (33) Internal Division and Wreckage, 1861-1865,71

72 (35) Reconstruction Politics, 1868-1877,73 (36) The Industrial Revolution in North Carolina, 1870-1900,74 (37) Agricultural Problems and Depression, 1865-1900,75 (38) Slow Recovery of Education after the War, 75 (39) Conservative Democracy and Political Revolution, 1872- 1894,77 (40) Fusion Rule and the Return of a Chastened Democracy to Power,78 (41) A New Era in North Carolina Politics, 1901-1920,79 (42) A Quarter Century of Economic Growth,80 (43) An Intellectual Awakening,81 (44) Politics, 1920-1932: The Administrations of Morrison, McLean, and Gardner,82 (45) The New Deal Era to the Outbreak of World War II, 1933-1941,83 (46) World War II and After: Progress and Problems, 1941-1952,84 (47) The Modern Industrial Revolution After 1930,85 (48) Agriculture, Transportation, Trade in Recent Years,86 (49) For a Finer North Carolina,87 (50) The New Commonwealth -- For the Public Welfare,88 (51) In the Mainstream: A Decade of Great Growth and Change,89

VII. BOOKS AND ARTICLES RELATING TO NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES AND TOWNS 91

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