Part 1: Introduction; Part 2: Women's Roles in Precolonial and Colonial North Carolina; Part 3: Women in the Revolutionary Era and Early Statehood; Part 4: Life in Antebellum North Carolina; Part 5: Secession and Civil War; Part 6: Women Help Shape the New South; Part 7: Women Earn the Right to Vote; Part 8: Activism and the Expansion of Women's Opportunities and Public Influence; Part 9: References
Part 9: References
Albert Coates, By Her Own Bootstraps: A Saga of Women in North Carolina (1975).
Donald G. Mathews and Jane S. De Hart, Sex, Gender, and the Politics of ERA: A State and the Nation (1990).
Kathryn L. Nasstrom, "'More Was Expected of Us': The North Carolina League of Women Voters and the Feminist Movement in the 1920's," NCHR 68 (July 1991).
North Carolina Council for Women, Status of Women in North Carolina (1994).
Margaret Supplee Smith and Emily Herring Wilson, North Carolina Women: Making History (1999).
Silkenat, David. “‘In Good Hands, in a Safe Place’: Female Academies in Confederate North Carolina.” The North Carolina Historical Review 88, no. 1 (2011): 40–71. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23523762.
Vincent, Tom. “‘Evidence of Womans Loyalty, Perseverance, and Fidelity’: Confederate Soldiers’ Monuments in North Carolina, 1865-1914.” The North Carolina Historical Review 83, no. 1 (2006): 61–90. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23522933.
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