A Guide to the Study and Reading of North Carolina History

By Hugh Talmage Lefler | Go to book overview
(34) Return to the Union,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 TOWNS91

TO SAVE SPACE AND TO AVOID REPETITION, THE FOLLOWING ABBREVIATIONS HAVE BEEN USED
AHA -- American Historical Association
AHR -- American Historical Review
JHUS -- Johns Hopkins University Studies
JNH -- Journal of Negro History
JSH -- Journal of Southern History
JSHP -- James Sprunt Historical Publications
MVHR -- Mississippi Valley Historical Review
NCB -- North Carolina Booklet
NCC&D -- North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development
NCHR -- North Carolina Historical Review
NCLR -- North Carolina Law Review
PLR -- Pennsylvania Law Review
SAQ -- South Atlantic Quarterly
SIS -- Southern Indian Studies
TCHS -- Trinity College Historical Society
WMQ -- William and Mary Quarterly

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