The Way We Lived in North Carolina: Introduction

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The Way We Lived in North Carolina: Introduction

BCover image to the print publication of The Way We Lived in North Carolina, published 2003 by the University of North Carolina Press with the N.C. Office of Archives and History.y Elizabeth A. Fenn, Peter H. Wood, Harry L. Watson, Thomas H. Clayton, Sydney Nathans, Thomas C. Parramore, and Jean B. Anderson; Maps by Mark Anderson Moore. Edited by Joe A. Mobley.

From The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 2003. Published by the North Carolina Office of Research and History in association with the University of North Carolina Press. Republished in NCpedia by permission.

Contents:

Part I: Natives and Newcomers | North Carolina before 1770
Part II: An Independent People | North Carolina, 1770-1820
Part III: Cloe to the Land | North Carolina, 1820-1870
Part IV: The Quest for Progress | North Car | North Carolina 1920-2001

 

Keep reading  >> Part I: Natives and Newcomers | North Carolina before 1770 Keep reading

References: 

Fenn, Elizabeth Anne, and Joe A. Mobley. 2003. The way we lived in North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC [u.a.]: Published in association with the Office of Archives and History, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, by the University of North Carolina Press.

Image Credit:

[Cover art]. Illustration. 2003. In The way we lived in North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC [u.a.]: Published in association with the Office of Archives and History, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, by the University of North Carolina Press.

 

Years: 
1000-2001

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