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Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History: Electronic Edition.

Johnson, Guion Griffis, 1900- 1989

BIBLIOGRAPHY



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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. BIBLIOGRAPHIES

           Boyd, William K., and Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. A Syllabus of North Carolina History, 1584-1876. Durham, N. C., 1913.

           Brigham, Clarence S. Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820, part X: North Carolina. American Antiquarian Society Publication, 1918, pp. 291-322.

           Checklist of the North Carolina Newspapers in the North Carolina Historical Commission, Raleigh, N. C. Typescript.

           Connor, R. D. W. "Index to North Carolina Articles in the North Carolina Review, the North Carolina Booklet, and North Carolina Day Programme." North Carolina Review, January 1912; North Carolina Library Bulletin, September 1911.

           Corbitt, David Leroy. Calendars of Manuscript Collections Prepared from Original Manuscripts in the Collections of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1926.

           ----. Handbook of County Records Deposited with the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1925.

           Duke University Library. A Checklist of United States Newspapers in the General Library; Part IV: North Carolina. Compiled by Mary Westcott and Allene Ramage. Durham, N. C., Duke University Press, 1936.

           Gilmer, Gertrude C. Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861. Boston, F. W. Faxon, 1934.

           Johnson, James Gibson. Southern Fiction Prior to 1860: An Attempt at a First-Hand Bibliography. Charlottesville, Va., Michie Co., 1909.

           Kleppel, Placid. A Bibliography of North Carolina Poetry. Belmont, N. C., The Abbey Press, 1934.

           Laney, F. B., and Wood, K. H. Bibliography of North Carolina Geology, Mineralogy, and Geography. North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey, Bulletin 18. Raleigh, 1909.

           McMurtrie, Douglas Crawford. "A Bibliography of North Carolina Imprints, 1761-1800," North Carolina Historical Review, XIII (January 1936), 47-48.



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           Minutes of the State Literary and Historical Society, 1899--. The bibliographies for 1902-1905 are reprinted in the Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission, I.

           Mode, Peter G. Source Book and Bibliographical Guide for American Church History. Menasha, Wis., George Banta Publishing Co., 1921.

           Moore, Hight C. "The Poetic Literature of North Carolina: A Bibliography," The University Magazine, New ser., XXV (October 1907), 1-17.

           North Carolina Historical Commission. Biennial Report, 1903-1934. Raleigh, N. C.

           North Carolina State Library. "A Bibliography of North Carolina." North Carolina State Library Biennial Report, 1917-1918. Supplemented in each following issue of the Biennial Report. Raleigh, North Carolina.

           North Carolina State Library. "Bibliography of Bound Newspapers in the North Carolina State Library," Biennial Report, 1925-1926. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1926.

           North Carolina State Library, Bulletin. Raleigh, Library Commission, 1909--.

           Thornton, Mary Lindsay. North Carolina: A Classified List of Books. Raleigh, Library Commission of North Carolina, 1929.

           ----, and McNeil, Pearl Pendergraft. North Carolina Newspapers in the University of North Carolina Library, August 1, 1934. Typescript.

           Weeks, Stephen Beauregard. A Bibliography of Historical Literature of North Carolina. Bibliographical Contributions, Library of Harvard University, No. 48. Cambridge, 1895.

           ----. A Select Bibliography of North Carolina; list of books for schools, libraries, and amateurs. Raleigh, North Carolina Library Commission, 1913.

           ----. The Weeks Collection of Caroliniana. Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell and Co., 1907.

           Work, Monroe N. A Bibliography of the Negro in Africa and America. New York, The H. W. Wilson Co., 1928.

II. PRIMARY SOURCES

A. MANUSCRIPTS

           Ashe County Wardens of the Poor, Minute Book 1832-1855. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Bear Creek Baptist Church Minute Book, 1792-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.



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           Biggs, Asa. Papers, 1832-1849. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Blount, John Gray. Collection, 1777-1933. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Brevard, Joseph. Diary, June 22, 1791-October 1, 1791. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Brevard Papers, 2 v., 1787-1869. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Brown, John. Diary, 1794-1795; Notebook, 1830-1833, 1834-1844. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Brown, John Evans. Diary, 1849. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Brown, John William. Diary, 1830. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Bryan, John H. Papers, 5 v., 1773-1905. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Bryan Collection, 1790-1860. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Burke County Court Records, 3 v., 1807-1840. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Cameron Collection, 1789-1860. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Carteret County Court Minutes, 14 v., 1799-1868. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Caruthers, Eli W. Richard Hugg King and His Times. Typescript. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Cedar Falls Manufacturing Company (Sapona Cotton Mills) Records, 1846-1865. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Clark-Johnson Papers, 1850-1863. In possession of Guy B. Johnson, Chapel Hill.

           Clark Plantation Book, 1793-1861. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Conner, Juliana Margaret (Courtney). Diary from June 10 to October 17, 1827. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Couper-Wylly Papers. In possession of Mrs. Caroline C. Lovell, Birmingham, Ala.

           Cumberland County Court Records, 28 v., 1800-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Edgecombe County Court Minutes, 16 v., 1797-1856. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Executive Papers, 48 v., 1800-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Fayetteville Papers, 1800-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.



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           Fisher, Charles. Collection, 1800-1860. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Gash Papers, 1816-1875. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           General Superintendent of Common Schools. Papers, 1852-1861. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Governors' Letter Books, 32 v., 1800-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Hackett, James Gordon. Collection, 1806-1887. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Hale, E. J. Papers, 1860-1867. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Heller, C. B. Collection, 1735-1896. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Henderson, Thomas. Letter Book, 1810-1811. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Hill, Buckner L. Medical Note Book, 2 v., 1824. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Hoke Papers, 1790-1861. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Holt, Edwin Michael. Occasional Diary, 1844-1854. Typescript. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           King, Richard Hugg. Papers, 1816-1830. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Legislative Papers of North Carolina, 1800-1860. About 400 boxes of manuscript. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Lincolnton Church Sessional Record, 1850-1870. Archives of the Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches, Montreat, N. C.

           Mangum, Willie P. Papers, 1825-1859. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Meherrin Baptist Church Minute Book, Murfreesboro, 1833-1874. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Moore, Colonel Stephen, and Moore, Phillips. Papers, 1785-1816. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Nash, Francis. Collection, 1790-1863. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Norcom, James A. Papers, 1805-1839. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Norfleet, Stephen Andrews, of Woodbourn, Bertie County, N. C. Farm Record, 1844-1895; 1852-1873; 1856-1857; 1858-1859; February 6-August 22, 1860; January 1870-September 30, 1871. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           North Carolina Christian Missionary Convention. Minutes, 1841-1886. Typescript. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.



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           Orange County Court Minutes, 14 v., 1800-1857. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Orange County Court of Wardens. Book of Proceedings, April 23, 1832-September 1, 1856. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Orange Presbytery Minutes, 1795-1860. In Archives of the Historical Foundation Presbyterian and Reformed Churches, Montreat, N. C.

           Pasquotank County Court Minutes, 8 v., 1800-1860. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Pasquotank County Wardens of the Poor, Minute Book, 1807-1834. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Patrick, John Menan. Papers, 1810-1818. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Patterson, Lindsay. Collection, 1788-1899. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Pettigrew Papers, 18 v., 1772-1900. Also seven unbound boxes. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Pettigrew Papers, 1780-1860. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Pilmore, Joseph. The Journal of the Rev. Joseph Pilmore, D.D., 1769-1774. Archives of the Historical Society of the Philadelphia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia.

           Pleasant Hill Temperance Society Minute Book, 1833-1885. Society near Snow Camp, Alamance County, N. C. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Primitive Baptist Church at Galloway's Meeting House, Pitt County, N. C., Minute Book, 1828-1915. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Rutherford County Court Minutes, 10 v., 1800-1844. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           St. Gabriel's Parish Minute Book, 1800-1817. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           St. Paul's Church Vestry Minute Book, 1715-1800. Typescript. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Simpson, Samuel. Diary, 1794-1795. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Steele Papers, 1790-1860. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Stokes Circuit, North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South Minutes, 1831-1856. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Strother, John. Diary and Field Notes of the North Carolina-Tennessee Boundary Survey, 1799. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Swain Manuscripts, 1772-1869. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.



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           Swannanoa Presbyterian Church Sessional Record Book. In Archives of the Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches, Montreat, N. C.

           Travillion, Nelson. List of Texts Heard Expounded by Preachers, 1818-1845, in Rowan County, N. C. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Trevilyn, James. Diary, 1814-1815. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Weber, Margaret Isabella. Reminiscences. Typescript. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Wheeler, S. J. Medical Day Book, 1834-1872. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

           Wheeley's Baptist Church, Bushyfork Township, Person County, N. C., Minutes, 1791-1898. Also called Wheeler's Baptist Church. U. of N. C. Library, Chapel Hill.

           Wiley, Calvin H. Papers, 7 v., 1835-1902, first series; 8 boxes, 1851-1866, second series. N. C. Historical Commission, Raleigh.

B. BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS

           "Address to the Physicians of North Carolina [at the time of the establishment of the Medical Society]. Signed: J. B. Jones, N. J. Pittman, W. H. McKee, J. A. McRae." Transactions of the North Carolina Medical Society, 1849, pp. 3-4.

           Alexander, S. C. A Centennial Historical Address Delivered at the Dedication of Back Creek Church, March 21st, 1857. Salisbury, N. C., Herald, 1857.

           Allen, Mary Moore (ed.). Reported and Cited Cases in North Carolina Reports. . . . Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1926.

           Allston, R. F. W. Essay on Sea Coast Crops read before the Agricultural Association of the Planting States, on occasion of the second annual meeting. . . . Charleston, A. E. Miller, 1854. (Also reprinted in De Bow's Review, XVI, 589-615.)

           ----. "Rice." In J. E. B. De Bow, Industrial Resources of the Southern and Western States, II, 392-434.

           Amendments to the Constitution of North Carolina. A volume of miscellaneous amendments and speeches at various sessions of the Legislature of North Carolina, 1848-1859. Printed by various printers to the State.

           American Anti-Slavery Society. American Slavery As It Is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses. Prepared by Theodore D. Weld. New York, American Anti-Slavery Society, 1839.



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           "American Democracy," Democratic Review, VIII (August 1840), 113-35.

           American Temperance Society. Permanent Temperance Documents of the American Temperance Society. Boston, S. Bliss, 1835.

           Anderson, T. C. Life of the Reverend George Donnell, First Pastor of the Church in Lebanon; with a Sketch of the Scotch-Irish Race. Nashville, Author, 1853.

           Andrews, Ethan Allen. Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States. In a series of letters addressed to the Executive Committee of the American Union for the relief and improvement of the colored race. Boston, Light and Stearns, 1836.

           Andrews, Evangeline Walker, and Andrews, Charles McLean (eds.). Journal of a Lady of Quality. Being the narrative of a journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1921.

           "Aphorisms on the Hygiene and Nursing of Infants (Translated from the French for the Western Lancet)." North Carolina Medical Journal, III (May 1860), 413-16.

           Arnett, Thomas. Journal of the Life, Travels and Gospel Labors of Thomas Arnett. Chicago, Publishing Association of Friends, 1884.

           Asbury, Francis. The Journal of the Reverend Francis Asbury, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, from August 7, 1771 to December 7, 1815. 3 v. New York, N. Bangs and T. Mason, 1821.

           Atkinson, Thomas. Primary Charge to the Clergy, May 1855. Fayetteville, N. C., P. M. Hale, 1855.

           Atson, William. Heart Whispers; or a Peep Behind the Family Curtain, interspersed with sketches of a tour through nine southern states. Contained in a series of letters to his wife. Philadelphia, H. Cowperthwait, 1859.

           Attmore, William. Journal of a Tour to North Carolina, 1787. Edited by Lida Tunstall Rodman. James Sprunt Historical Publications, XVII, No. 2. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1922.

           Aughey, J. H. The Iron Furnace; or, Slavery and Secession. By . . . a refugee from Mississippi. . . . Philadelphia, W. S. and A. Martien, 1863.

           Badger, George E. An Examination of the Doctrines and the Powers Claimed by the Right Reverend Bishop Ives. Philadelphia, Hooker, 1849.

           Bain, William T. Letters and Meditations on Religion and other Subjects. Raleigh, Gales and Son, 1839.



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           Bangs, Nathan. A History of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 4 v. New York, Mason, 1839-1841.

           ----. The Life of the Rev. Freeborn Garrettson; compiled from his printed and manuscript journals and other authentic documents. New York, J. Emory and B. Waugh, 1830.

           Banks, James. A Centennial Historical Address Delivered before the Presbytery of Fayetteville at the Bluff Church, the 18th Day of October, 1858. Fayetteville, N. C., Presbyterian Office, 1858.

           Baptist Church. Confession of Faith. Raleigh, Primitive Baptist, 1850.

           "Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence, Minutes, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1816." Edited by E. W. Sikes. Wake Forest Student, XXVII (September 1907), No. 1.

           Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Proceedings, 1830-1860.

           Barnard, Henry. "South Atlantic States in 1833, As Seen by a New Englander; Being a Narrative of a Tour." Edited by Bernard C. Steiner. Maryland Historical Magazine, XIII (September-December 1918), 267-386.

           Bartram, William. Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogules, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Choctaws. . . . Philadelphia, James and Johnson, 1791.

           Bason, W. F., Medico-Dental Surgeon. Effects of Diseased Teeth and Gums upon the General Health. From popular authors. Philadelphia, J. H. Jones, 1852. Reprinted in North Carolina Dental Society Proceedings, 1931.

           Battle, Kemp P. (ed.). Letters and Documents Relating to the Early History of the Lower Cape Fear. James Sprunt Historical Monographs, IV. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1903.

           ---- (ed.). Letters of Nathaniel Macon, John Steele, and William Barry Grove. James Sprunt Historical Monographs, III. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1902.

           ---- (ed.). Minutes of the Kehukey Association. James Sprunt Historical Monographs, V. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1904.

           Battle, William H. A Digest of all the Reported Cases, Both in Law and Equity, Determined in the Courts of North Carolina. . . . 3 v. Raleigh, Nichols, Gorman and Neathery, 1866.



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           ----. A Digest of all the Reported Cases, Both in Law and Equity, Determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina. . . . To be known as the 4th volume of Battle's Digest. Raleigh, J. Nichols and Co., 1874.

           Baxter, Richard. The Dying Thoughts of the Reverend, Learned and Holy Mr. Richard Baxter . . . Abridged by Benjamin Fawcett. Raleigh, William Glendinning, 1805.

           Bayley, John. Marriage As It Is and As It Should Be. 3rd ed. New York, M. W. Dodd, 1859.

           Bedell, Gregory T. Memoir of the Rev. Gregory T. Bedell. Edited by Stephen H. Tyng. Philadelphia, Perkins, 1836.

           Bellinger, Lucius. Stray Leaves from the Port-Folio of a Methodist Local Preacher. Macon, Ga., Author, 1870.

           Benedict, David. A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America and Other Parts of the World. 2 v. Boston, Lincoln, 1813.

           Bennett, D. K. Chronology of North Carolina. . . . New York, Edney, 1858.

           Bennett, Mark. An Essay on the Use of Spirituous Liquors; or, an Answer to the Question "Ought not the Practice of Drinking Spirituous Liquors to be Abandoned?" Tarboro, N. C., Primitive Baptist, 1841.

           Bernard, John. Retrospection of America, 1797-1811. Edited by Mrs. Bayle Bernard. New York, Harper and Bro., 1887.

           Biggs, Asa. Autobiography, including a journal of a trip from North Carolina to New York in 1832. Edited by R. D. W. Connor. North Carolina Historical Commission Bulletin, No. 19. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1915.

           Biggs, Joseph. A Concise History of the Kehukee Association from Its Original Rise to the Present Time. Tarboro, N. C., George Howard, 1834.

           Birney, James G. The American Churches, the Bulwarks of American Slavery. By an American. Enlarged by a supplement. Boston, Oliver Johnson, 1843.

           Boyd, William K. (ed.). Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina. Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1927. Also in North Carolina Historical Review, II-IV.

           ---- (ed.). William Byrd's Histories of the Dividing Lines Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina. Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1929.



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           Breazeale, J. W. M. Life As It Is; or Matters and Things in General. . . . Knoxville, Tenn., James Williams, 1842.

           Bremer, Fredrika. Homes of the New World. 3 v. London, Arthur Hall, Virtue, and Co., 1853.

           Brickell, John. Natural History of North Carolina; with an account of the trade, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants. Dublin, Carson, 1737. Raleigh, Printed by Authority of Trustees of Public Libraries, 1910.

           Brooks, Eugene Clyde. North Carolina Poems, Selected and Edited, with . . . Biographical Sketches. Raleigh, N. C. Education, 1912.

           Brown, John. John Brown's Journal of Travel in Western North Carolina in 1795. Edited by A. R. Newsome. North Carolina Historical Review, XI (October 1934), 284-313.

           Brownlow, William Cannaway. Helps to the Study of Presbyterianism . . . to Which Is Added a Brief Account of the Life and Travels of the Author, . . . with Anecdotes. Knoxville, Heiskell, 1834.

           Bryan, Mary Norcott. A Grandmother's Recollections of Dixie. New Bern, N. C. (Dunn), n. d.

           Buckingham, James Silk. The Slave States of America. 2 v. London, Paris, Fisher, Son and Co., 1842.

           [Burgwyn, H. K.]. Considerations Relative to a Southern Confederacy. . . . Raleigh, Standard, 1860.

           [Burkett, Lemuel]. An Argument between a Baptist and a Methodist Relative to the Ordinance of Baptism, in a series of dialogues. Edenton, N. C., Wills and Beasley, 1806.

           Burkitt, Lemuel, and Read, Jesse. A Concise History of the Kehukee Baptist Association, from its Original Rise to the Present Time. . . . Halifax, N. C., A. Hodge, 1803.

           [Burr, J. G.]. The Thalian Association of Wilmington, N. C., with Sketches of Many of Its Members. By a Member of the Association. Wilmington, N. C., J. A. Engelhard, 1871.

           Byrd, William. The Westover Manuscripts; Containing the History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; A Journey to the Land of Eden, A. D. 1733; and A Progress to the Mines. Petersburg, Va., E. and J. C. Ruffin, 1841.

           "Calamus." "Our School Houses." North Carolina Journal of Education, III (December 1860), 371-72.

           Caldwell, Joseph. Autobiography and Biography of Rev. Joseph Caldwell . . . First President of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, J. B. Neathery, 1860.

           [----]. Letters on Popular Education, Addressed to the People of North Carolina. Hillsboro, N. C., Dennis Heartt, 1832.



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           [----]. Numbers of Carlton, Addressed to the People of North Carolina, on a Central Railroad through the State. New York, Long, 1828.

           Campbell, J. D. "Parents and Teachers." North Carolina Journal of Education, III (May 1860), 156-58.

           ----. "Teachers' Institutes." North Carolina Journal of Education, III (June 1860), 184.

           [Candler, Isaac]. A Summary View of America: Comprising a Description of the Face of the Country, and of Several of the Principal Cities; and Remarks on the Social, Moral and Political Character of the People: Being the Result of Observations and Enquiries during a Journey in the United States. London, T. Cadell, 1824.

           Cantwell, Edward. The Practice of Law in North Carolina. Raleigh, Strother and Marcom, 1860.

           ----. Swaim's Justice--Revised. The North Carolina Magistrate. . . . Raleigh, Henry D. Turner, 1856.

           Carrington, W. C. G. Laws for the Government of the City of Raleigh, Containing all Legislative Enactments Relative thereto, and the Ordinances of the Board of Commission now in force, from the first act of incorporation to 1838. Raleigh Register, 1838.

           Catterall, Helen Tunnicliff. Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. Cases from the Courts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, II. Washington, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1929.

           Central (Baptist) Association Minutes, 1883. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1883.

           Cheshire, Joseph Blount (comp.). The Early Conventions Held at Tawborough, Anno Domini 1790, 1793 and 1794. . . . Raleigh, Spirit of the Age, 1882.

           Childs, John Wesley. Life of Rev. John Wesley Childs, for twenty-three years an itinerant Methodist Minister. Edited by John Ellis Edwards. Richmond, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1852.

           Chipman, Mrs. Luzene. Earnest Entreaties and Appeals to the Unconverted, with Persuasions to Religious Duties. Raleigh, Weekly Post, 1852.

           Chowan (Baptist) Association Minutes, 1818.

           [Clarke, Mary Bayard]. Wood-Notes; or, Carolina Carols: A Collection of North Carolina Poetry Compiled by Tenella. 2 v. Raleigh. Pomeroy, 1853.

           Coffin, Addison. Life and Travels of Addison Coffin Written by Himself. Cleveland, William G. Hubbard, 1897.



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           Coffin, Levi. Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the Reputed President of Underground Railroad. . . . 2 ed. Cincinnati, R. Clarke and Co., 1880.

           Cogswell, Joseph Green. Life of Joseph Green Cogswell as Sketched in His Letters. Cambridge, Mass., privately printed at the Riverside Press, 1874.

           Collins, Robert. Essay on the Treatment and Management of Slaves. Written for the Seventh Annual Fair of the Southern Central Agricultural Society. Macon, Ga., Benjamin F. Griffin, 1852.

           Colonial Records of North Carolina. 10 v. Edited by W. L. Saunders. Raleigh, P. M. Hale, 1886; Josephus Daniels, 1887-1890.

           Colton, Henry E. Mountain Scenery. The Scenery of the Mountains of Western North Carolina and Northwestern South Carolina. Raleigh, W. L. Pomeroy, 1859.

           Colton, Simeon. "Railroad Report, 1840." Edited by A. R. Newsome. North Carolina Historical Review, XI (July 1934), 205-38.

           Connor, Henry Groves, and Cheshire, Joseph, Jr. The Constitution of the State of North Carolina Annotated. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1911.

           Connor, R. D. W. (ed.). A Manual of North Carolina. Raleigh, Uzzell, 1913.

           Consolidated Statutes of North Carolina. Annotated by A. C. McIntosh. Raleigh, Commercial Printing Co., 1920.

           "Constitution of the Medical Society of the State of North Carolina." Transactions of the North Carolina Medical Society, 1849, pp. 10-13.

           Constitution or form of government agreed to and resolved upon by the representatives of the freemen of the State of North Carolina elected and chosen for that particular purpose, in congress assembled, at Halifax, the eighteenth day of December in the year of our Lord, 1776. Philadelphia, F. Baily, 1779.

           Coon, Charles Lee (ed.). The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina: A Documentary History, 1790-1840. 2 v. Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1908.

           ----, (ed.). North Carolina Schools and Academies, 1790-1840: A Documentary History. Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1915.

           Cox, David. "A Report on the Diseases of Perquimans County." North Carolina Medical Journal, III (January 1860), 145-55.



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           Creecy, James R. Scenes in the South, and Other Miscellaneous Pieces. Washington, Thomas McGill, 1860.

           Creecy, R. B. Grandfather's Tales of North Carolina. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1901.

           Crooks, Mrs. E. W. Life of Rev. Adam Crooks, A.M. Syracuse, N. Y., Wesleyan Methodist Publishing Co., 1871.

           Croom, Hardy Bryan. A Catalogue of Plants, Native or Naturalized, in the Vicinity of New Bern, North Carolina; with Remarks and Synonyms. New York, G. P. Scott and Co., 1837.

           Curtis, George William. Lotus-Eating. New York, Harper and Bro., 1852.

           Curtis, M. A. An account of New and Rare Plants of North Carolina. American Journal of Science and Arts, XLIV (1843), 80-84.

           ----. Botany: Containing a catalogue of the plants of the State, with descriptions and history of the trees, shrubs, and woody vines. Geological and Natural History Survey of North Carolina. Raleigh, W. W. Holden, 1860.

           De Bow, J. D. B. The Industrial Resources, Statistics, Etc., of the United States and More Particularly of the Southern and Western States. 3 v. New York, Appleton, 1854.

           ----, and Others. Interest in Slavery of the Southern Non-Slaveholder. Association Tract, No. 5. Charleston, Evans and Cogswell, 1860.

           Deems, Charles Force. Autobiography of Charles Force Deems and Memoir by His Sons. New York, Fleming H. Revell Co., 1897.

           ----. Devotional Melodies. Raleigh, Jefferson Lemay, 1841.

           ----. Speech on the Trial of Rev. Wm. A. Smith, D. D. for Immorality, before the Virginia Conference, December 1855, . . . . with other matters never before published. Wilmington, N. C., Fulton and Price, 1858.

           Dick, Thomas. The Philosophy of Religion. Brookfield, Mass., Merriam, 1829. 1st American edition.

           Dickson, James H. A Sketch of the Topography and of the Diseases which have prevailed in the Town of Wilmington, N. C., during the decade embraced by the years 1840-1850. Transactions of the North Carolina Medical Society, 1852, pp. 71-81.

           Dickson, John. Notices of the Mineralogy and Geology of Parts of South and North Carolina. American Journal of Science and Arts, III (1821), 1-5.

           Documents Connected with the Trial of the Rev. Simon Colton. Fayetteville, N. C., Edward J. Hale, 1839.



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           American Baptist Almanac. Philadelphia, The American Baptist Publishing Society. Annually. 1857-1862.

           American Baptist Register, for 1852. Philadelphia, American Baptist Publishing Society, 1853. Edited by J. Lansing Burrows.

           American Recorder, Washington, N. C. Weekly. June 2, 1815; August 23; September 18; December 18, 1816; July 3, 10, 1818; January 8-December 1819; January 1821-December 26, 1823. Complete except for scattering issues. 1824. Scattering issues.

           Annals of Southern Methodism, Nashville, Tenn. Annually. 1856-1858. Edited by Charles F. Deems.

           Arator, Raleigh, N. C. Monthly. April 1855-August 1857. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Asheville Messenger. See Messenger.

           Asheville News, Asheville, N. C. Weekly. February 23, 1854-December 29, 1859. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Asheville Spectator, Asheville, N. C. Weekly. 1853; 1856; 1858. Scattering issues.

           Baptist Memorial and Monthly Chronicle . . . , New York. Monthly. 1843-1844.

           Biblical Recorder, Edenton, New Bern, and Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. January 17, 1833-December 6, 1834; 1835-1860. Issued first at Edenton as North Carolina Baptist Interpreter; transferred to New Bern January 7, 1835, and issued as Biblical Recorder; removed to Raleigh with issue of January 13, 1838.

           Blum's Farmers' and Planters' Almanac, Salem, N. C. Annually. 1848-1860.

           Bulletin, Charlotte, N. C. Daily. July 4, 1859-December 29, 1860. Scattering issues.

           Cape Fear Recorder, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. 1816; 1817; 1820; 1821; 1822; 1827; 1832. Scattering issues.

           Carolina Beacon, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. May 25, 1836-January 13, 1837. Scattering issues.

           Carolina Centinel, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. March 21, 1818-October 16, 1830. Complete except for scattering issues. September 6, 1833; January 13, 1836-October 7, 1837. Complete except for scattering issues. Changed to Carolina Sentinel, 1825; North Carolina Sentinel, 1829; Newbern Sentinel, 1837.



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           Carolina Cultivator, Raleigh, N. C. Monthly. March 1855-February 1857.

           Carolina Federal Republican, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. January 4, 1812-December 25, 1813; 1815-1817. Scattering issues.

           Carolina Gazette, Rutherfordton, N. C. Weekly. August 11, 1836; May 18, 1837.

           Carolina Law Repository, The. Containing biographical sketches of eminent judges; opinions of American and foreign jurists; and reports of cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C. Semi-annually. March 1813-September 1816.

           Carolina Observer. See Fayetteville Observer.

           Carolina Republican, Lincolnton, N. C. Weekly. September 1, 1841; 1849; 1850; 1851; 1853. Scattering issues.

           Carolina Watchman, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. July 28, 1832-December 13, 1834; January 3, 1835; March 5, 1836-April 10, 1841; November 20, 1841; January 8, February 19, April 30, 1842; July 31, 1842-July 22, 1843; May 4, 1844-December 25, 1853; February 24, 1854-December 27, 1859; July 31, August 7, 21, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Catawba Journal, Charlotte and Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. October 4, 1824-November 24, 1829. Complete except for scattering issues. 1830; 1832; 1833; 1860. Scattering issues. Removed to Salisbury in 1828 and publshed as Yadkin and Catawba Journal; the Journal.

           Chapel Hill Literary Gazette, Chapel Hill, N. C. Weekly. June 13, July 25, 1857; February 27, June 25, July 17, 1858.

           Charlotte Democrat, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. February 24, 1854-December 22, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Published also as Western Democrat.

           Charlotte Journal, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. 1835. Scattering issues. January-December 1836. Complete except for scattering issues. 1837-1851. Scattering issues.

           Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequan, N. C. Weekly. January 15, 22, 1846.

           Church Intelligencer, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. March 14, 1860-December 27, 1860. Scattering issues.

           Columbian Repository, Chapel Hill, N. C. Weekly. June 18, July 2-28, September 15, October 8, 1836.

           Commercial, Wilmington, N. C. Tri-Weekly. March 17-September 15, 1846; March 14, 1851-November 1, 1856. Complete except for scattering issues. Weekly. September 1, 1848-August 13, 1852. Complete except for scattering issues.



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           Communicator, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. April 16-December 13, 1850.

           De Bow's Review, New Orleans, La. Monthly. January 1846-January 1861.

           Democratic Pioneer, Elizabeth City, N. C. Weekly. February 21, 1854-November 29, 1859. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Democratic Press, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. May 21, 28; June-December 1856; April 30, October 10, 1860. Daily. 1860. Scattering issues.

           Democratic Signal, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. June 7, 29; July 7-November 24, December 8-22, 1843; 1844. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Edenton Gazette and North Carolina Advertiser, Edenton, N. C. Weekly. September 17-November 19, December 11, 1800; April 9, 1801; September 17, 1807-April 20, 1813; 1819; 1822; 1827; 1830; 1831. Scattering issues. Published as Edenton Gazette after February 17, 1809; also called Edenton Gazette and Farmers' Palladium.

           Edgecombe Farm-Journal, Tarboro, N. C. Monthly. September 1860.

           Elizabeth-City Star, Elizabeth City, N. C. Weekly. December 13, 1823-1824. Scattering issues. February 11, 1826-November 28, 1827; March 11, 1829; January 16, 1830; November 10, 1832. Published also as Elizabeth City Star and North Carolina Eastern Intelligencer.

           Express, Edenton, N. C. Weekly. November 2, 1859.

           Farmers' Journal, Bath and Raleigh, N. C. Monthly. April 1852-December 1854. Removed to Raleigh, August 1853.

           Farmers' Journal, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. July 31, November 27, 1846; February 19, June 22, July 23, 1847.

           Farmers' Register, Petersburg, Va. Monthly. 1836-1842.

           Farmers' Reporter and Rural Repository, Salem, N. C. Weekly. 1835-1836. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Fayetteville Carolinian. See North-Carolinian.

           Fayetteville Gazette, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. November 22, 1820; February 14, 1821; May 15, 29, 1822.

           Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. March 4; July 22, 1819; September 7, 1820; June 24, August 12, 1824; January 13, 1825-December 30, 1861. Complete except for scattering issues. Semi-weekly. July 3, 1851-June 27, 1861. Complete except for scattering issues. First published as the Carolina Observer.



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           Free Press, Halifax and Tarboro, N. C. Weekly. September 17; December 3, 1824; August 22, 1826-December 20, 1851. Complete except for scattering issues. Removed to Tarboro, August, 1826. Succeeded by Tarborough Southerner, 1852.

           Gales' North-Carolina Almanack, Raleigh, N. C. Annually. 1815-1818; 1821; 1822; 1825; 1829; 1830; 1832; 1834; 1838.

           Greensborough Patriot, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. April 24, 1826-April 21, 1827; May 12, 1827-May 19, 1830. Complete except for scattering issues. 1831-May 27, 1832. Scattering issues. May 30, 1832-May 29, 1833; July 4, 1834-July 8, 1835; 1836-February 1839. Scattering issues. February 18, 1839-June 28, 1861. Complete except for scattering issues. Semi-weekly. February 18, 1854-December 26, 1856; January 7-December 20, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Published under various titles: Patriot, Patriot and Greensboro Palladium, Patriot and Flag, Carolina Patriot.

           Greensboro Times, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. January 3, 1856-November 30, 1861. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Halifax Minerva, Halifax, N. C. Weekly. January 24, March 5, 1829; February 25, 1830.

           Hall's Wilmington Gazette, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. February 9, 1797-December 12, 1799. Scattering issues.

           Harbinger, Chapel Hill, N. C. Weekly. September 10, 17; October 29, November 5, 12, 1833; 1834. Scattering issues.

           Henderson's Almanack, Raleigh, N. C. Annually. 1813; 1814; 1819; 1820; 1823.

           Herald of the Times, Elizabeth City, N. C. Weekly. August 22, 1835.

           Highland Messenger. See Messenger.

           High Point Reporter, High Point, N. C. Weekly. April 20, May 4, December 13, 1860.

           Hillsborough Recorder, Hillsboro, N. C. Weekly. March 1, 1820-September 14, 1825. Complete except for scattering issues. March 7, 1827; March 5, 1828-December 9, 1829; 1830; 1831; 1833. Scattering issues. June 4, 1834-December 19, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Hodge & Boylan's North-Carolina Almanac for the year of our Lord 1801. Halifax, N. C., Abraham Hodge [1800].

           Hokeville Express, Hokeville, N. C. Weekly. June 27, 1855.

           Hornet's Nest, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. July 7, September 1, 15, October 27, 1849; 1850; 1851. Scattering issues.

           Independent, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. December 5, 1843; February 22, April 30, 1845.



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           Jonesville Enterprise, Jonesville, N. C. Weekly. June 4, 1858.

           Lawrence and LeMay's North-Carolina Almanack, Raleigh, N. C. Annually. 1828.

           Leaksville Herald, Leaksville, N. C. Weekly. October 19; November 23, 1860.

           Leisure Hour, Oxford, N. C. Weekly. February 4, 1858-January 27, 1859. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Lexington and Yadkin Flag, Lexington, N. C. Weekly. January 11, 1856.

           Little Ad, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. May 12, 1860-July 28, 1860.

           Little Adder, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. June 8, 22, 29, July 6, 1860.

           Lincoln Courier, Lincolnton, N. C. Weekly. July 30, August 6, 1845; May 10, 1851.

           Live Giraffe, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. August 6, September 3, 1857; February-April, May 7, 1859.

           Man of Business, New Salem and Greensboro, N. C. Monthly. First issued in 24 nos. July, 1833-October, 1835; reprinted in New Salem, 1836; in Greensboro, 1836.

           Mecklenburg Jeffersonian, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. June 29, 1841-April 11, 1849. Scattering issues.

           Medical Journal of North Carolina, Edenton, N. C. Monthly. October 1859-October 1860. v. III.

           Messenger, Asheville, N. C. Weekly. 1841; 1842; 1843. Scattering issues. 1844. Complete except for scattering issues. 1845; 1849; 1850; 1851; 1852. Scattering issues. Published also as Asheville Messenger, Highland Messenger.

           Methodist Year Book. New York, B. Waugh and T. Mason. Annually. 1836, 1851-1861.

           Microcosm, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. June 30, 1838-July 13, 1839. Complete except for scattering issues. 1840-1841. Scattering issues.

           Milton Chronicle, Milton, N. C. Weekly. 1846; 1847; 1849; 1850; 1851; 1853; 1854; 1855; 1858; 1859. Scattering issues.

           Milton Gazette and Roanoke Advertiser, Milton, N. C. Weekly. 1824; 1827; 1828; 1830. Scattering issues.

           Milton Spectator, Milton, N. C. Weekly. 1831; 1832; 1836; 1837; 1839. Scattering issues.

           Miners' and Farmers' Journal, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. 1830. Scattering issues. February 10, 1831-December 13, 1834. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Minerva, Fayetteville and Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. March 31, 1796-March 23, 1799. Complete except for scattering issues. Raleigh. May 28, 1799; 1800; 1802; 1803. Scattering issues. January



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2, 1804-December 29, 1808. Complete except for scattering issues. January 5, 1809-November 22, 1810; 1811; 1812; 1813; 1814; 1815. Scattering issues. October 29, 1819-January 21, 1821. Complete except for scattering issues. Also called the Raleigh Minerva.

           Mountain Banner, Rutherfordton, N. C. Weekly. October 4, 1848; January 3, 1849; April 9, 1850.

           Nashville Republican, Nashville, N. C. Semi-weekly. January 8, 1830.

           National Democrat, Raleigh, N. C. Semi-weekly. October 17, 1860.

           Newbern Gazette, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. November 24, 1798-August 15, 1800. Scattering issues.

           Newbernian, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. 1844-1848. Scattering issues. April 1849-December 10, 1850. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Newbern Spectator and Literary Journal, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. 1830; 1831; 1832; 1833; 1835; 1837; 1839; 1840; 1841. Scattering issues. Changed to the Spectator, 1833.

           Newbern Weekly Journal, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. February 1, 1854-December 15, 1856. Complete except for scattering issues.

           New Era and Commercial Advertiser, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. August 7, 1858-March 15, 1859. Complete except for scattering issues.

           North Carolina Advocate, Elizabeth City, N. C. Weekly. January 15, 1833.

           North Carolina Argus, Fayetteville and Wadesboro, N. C. Weekly. February 8, December 16, 1854; 1856-1858. Scattering issues. December 6, 1859-December 20, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues.

           North Carolina Centinel and Fayetteville Gazette, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. July 25, August 8, 15, 29, 1795.

           North Carolina Christian Advocate, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. January 18, 1856-December 24, 1860. Scattering issues. Published also as Raleigh Christian Advocate.

           North Carolina Chronicle, Murfreesboro, N. C. Weekly. March 16, 1827.

           North Carolina Constitutionalist and People's Advocate, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. November 14, 1832; February 12, 1833.

           North Carolina Democrat, Hillsboro, N. C. Weekly. May 16, 1849; March 7, 1850.

           North Carolina Free Press. See Free Press.



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           North-Carolina Journal, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. May 17, 1826-November 28, 1838. Scattering issues.

           North Carolina Journal, Halifax, N. C. Weekly. August 1, 1792-May 13, 1799. Complete except for scattering issues. 1800-1802; 1804. Scattering issues. January 7-December 30, 1805. Complete except for scattering issues. 1806; 1807. Scattering issues.

           North Carolina Journal of Education, Greensboro, N. C. Monthly. 1858-1861.

           North Carolina Mercury and Salisbury Advertiser, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. June 27, December 5, 12, 19, 1799; 1800, 1801. Scattering issues.

           North-Carolina Miscellany, Edenton, N. C. Weekly. March 7, 1832; February 20, 27, 1833.

           North Carolina Patriot, Weldon, N. C. Weekly. September 9, 1852; February 2, 1859.

           North Carolina Planter, Raleigh, N. C. Monthly. January 1858-November 1860.

           North Carolina Presbyterian, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. January 8, 1858-August 24, 1861. Scattering issues.

           North-Carolina Register and United States Calendar, Raleigh, N. C. Annually. 1823. Compiled by Colin McIver.

           North Carolina Republican, Goldsboro, N. C. Weekly. February 28-December 20, 1854. Complete except for scattering issues.

           North Carolina Standard, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. November 7, 1834-December 26, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Semi-weekly. June 29, 1850-December 29, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Tri-weekly. November 16, 1858-February 15, 1859; November 27-December 29, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Published also as the Standard, the Weekly Standard, Semi-Weekly Standard, Tri-Weekly Standard.

           North Carolina Telegraph, Goldsboro, N. C. Weekly. January 3-August 8, 1850. Scattering issues. 1851; 1852; 1853; 1855. Scattering. Previous to April 4, 1850 issued as Goldsboro Telegraph.

           North Carolina Telegraph, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. January 27-December 29, 1826. Complete except for scattering issues.

           North Carolina Times, Louisburg, N. C. Weekly. May 13, June 24, July 1, 1848.

           North Carolina Whig, Charlotte, N. C. Daily. March 24, 1852-December 15, 1857. Scattering issues. January 4, 1859-December 18, 1860. Scattering issues. Weekly. 1852; 1853; 1855; 1856; 1860. Scattering issues.



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           North-Carolinian, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. March 9, 1839. Eleven other scattering issues 1839; 1840; 1841; 1842; 1843; 1847; 1850; 1856; 1857. Daily. April 9, 1860.

           North State Whig, Washington, N. C. Weekly. 1835; 1836; 1839; 1841-1848; 1852; 1854. Scattering issues. Published first as Washington Whig, Washington Whig and Republican Gazette, 1839; North State Whig, 1843.

           Observer. See Fayetteville Observer.

           Old North State, Elizabeth City, N. C. Weekly. November 12, 1853; September 23, 1854.

           Oxford Mercury and District Telegram, Oxford, N. C. Weekly. 1843; 1844. Scattering issues.

           People's Friend, Fayetteville, N. C. Weekly. December 15, 1815.

           People's Press, Salem, N. C. Weekly. 1851-December 7, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues.

           People's Press, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. January 9, 1833-December 31, 1833. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Plymouth Banner, Plymouth, N. C. Weekly. October 31; December 19, 1856.

           Political Synopsis, Tarboro, N. C. Weekly. November 17, 1814; October 5, 1815.

           Post-Angel; or, Universal Entertainment, Edenton, N. C. Weekly. September 10, November 12, 1800.

           Presbyterian Historical Almanac and Annual Remembrancer of the Church, Philadelphia. Annually. 1858-1859, 1859-1860. Compiled by Joseph M. Wilson.

           Primitive Baptist, Tarboro, N. C. Semi-monthly. October 3, 1835-December 9, 1843.

           Progress, New Bern, N. C. Daily. 1858; 1859; 1860. Scattering issues.

           Raleigh Register, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. October 22, 1799-December 21, 1827. Complete except for scattering issues. February 5, June 20, 1828; January 2, 1829-December 1839. Complete except for scattering issues. 1840; 1842; 1845; 1846; 1847; 1849; 1850; 1853. Scattering issues. February 22, 1854-December 26, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Semiweekly, October 1, November 18, 24, December 28, 31, 1824; January 2, 1825-November 11, 1830. Complete except for scattering issues. January 1, 1840-December 3, 1856. Complete except for scattering issues. 1857. Scattering. 1858-December 26, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Daily. November 19-December 25, 1850; December 27, 1850-January 29,



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1851. Published under various names: Raleigh Register and North Carolina Gazette, Raleigh Register and North Carolina Advertiser, etc.

           Raleigh Star. See Star.

           Raleigh Times, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. 1848. Scattering issues. January 5, 1849-December 27, 1850. Complete except for scattering issues. 1851; 1852. Scattering issues. Published also as North Carolina Times.

           Randolph Herald, Ashboro, N. C. Weekly. April 21, 1846-April 13, 1847. Complete except for scattering issues. July 5, 1848.

           Rasp, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. June 19, 26, July 17, September 25, 1841.

           Register. See Raleigh Register.

           Roanoke Advocate, Halifax, N. C. Weekly. March 4, 1830-November 15, 1832. Scattering issues.

           Roanoke Cresset, Plymouth, N. C. Weekly. October 29, 1859; February 9, May 27, 1861.

           Roanoke Republican, Halifax, N. C. Weekly. May 11, 1853; February 7, 1855.

           Roman Whig and Western Advocate, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. October 30, 1852; March 4, 1853; June 29, 1855.

           Rubicon, Yanceyville, N. C. Weekly. May 16, 1840.

           Rutherfordton Intelligencer, Rutherfordton, N. C. Weekly. March 17, October 28, 1841; September 14, 1842; April 26, 1843.

           Salisbury Banner, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. November 3, 1854; February 3, 1857; January 5, December 1, 1858; 1859; 1860. Scattering issues.

           Salisbury Herald, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. November 14, December 26, 1855; January 9, May 21, 1856; February 25, March 11, 1857.

           Spirit of the Age, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. March 21, 1851-December 12, 1860. Scattering issues.

           Southern Citizen and Man of Business, Ashboro, N. C. Weekly. December 31, 1836-December 30, 1837; May 29, October 5, 1838; February 8, 1839-November 13, 1840. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Southern Literary Messenger, Richmond, Va. Monthly. 1835-1860.

           Southern Medical Reports; Consisting of General and Special Reports on the Medical Topography, Meteorology, and Prevalent Diseases. ... New Orleans, 1851. Edited by E. D. Fenner.

           Southern Planter, Richmond, Va. Monthly. 1857-1861.

           Southern Telescope, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. March 10, September 29, October 13, November 10, 1837.



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           Southern Weekly Post, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. December 31, 1851-November 24, 1855. Complete except for scattering issues. Published also as Weekly Post.

           Standard. See North Carolina Standard.

           Star, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. January 19, 1809-November 26, 1813; April 6, 1815-December 29, 1815; August 9, 1816; January 2, 1818; February 26, 1819; April 16, 1819-October 22, 1819; December 10, 1819; January 28, December 15, 1820; September 21, 1821; March 29, 1822; January 3, 1823-December 23, 1831; May 18, December 14, 1832; January 4, 1833-December 29, 1852; 1853; January 4, January 18, 1854-June 18, 1856. Complete except for scattering issues. Semi-weekly. June 19, July 17, 24, 31, 1844; February 2-12, 1853. Tri-weekly. 1850; 1851; 1855. Scattering issues. Published also as the Raleigh Star and North Carolina Gazette, North Carolina Star.

           State Gazette of North-Carolina, New Bern and Edenton, N. C. Weekly. September 1788-February 20, 1799. Complete except for scattering issues. Removed to Edenton in 1788.

           State Journal, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. November 28, 1860-April 24, 1861. Semi-weekly. December 5-22, 29, 1860.

           Statesman and Third Congressional District Advertiser, Washington, N. C. Weekly. February 7, 1835.

           Stedman's Magazine, Salem and Raleigh. Monthly. January, May, 1858. January issue published as Stedman's Salem Magazine.

           Tarboro Scaevola, Tarboro, N. C. Weekly. May 12-December 29, 1837.

           Tarborough Southerner, Tarboro, N. C. Weekly. January 3, 1852-December 24, 1859. Complete except for scattering issues.

           Union, New Bern, N. C. Weekly. January 19, 1857-July 6, 1858. Complete except for scattering issues.

           University of North Carolina Magazine, Chapel Hill, N. C. Monthly during the college year. 1st series, v. I, 1844; suspended 1845-1851; 2nd series, v. I-IX, 1852-1861.

           Wadesboro Argus. See North Carolina Argus.

           Warrenton News, Warrenton, N. C. Semi-weekly. February 5, 1856. Weekly. September 21, 1860.

           Warrenton Reporter, Warrenton, N. C. Weekly. March 2, 1827; November 1, 1832; May 9, 1835; June 18, 1836; May 30, 1840.

           Weekly Chronicle and Farmers' Gazette, Salem, N. C. Weekly. February 13-December 17, 1836. Scattering issues.

           Weekly Gleaner, Salem, N. C. January 6, 1829-December 29, 1829. Complete except for scattering issues.



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           Weekly Jubilee, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. September 4, October 26, 1852.

           Weekly Message, Greensboro, N. C. Weekly. September 13, 1855; July 25, 1858; April 25, June 20, 1859; July 27, October 5, 1860.

           Weeks, Stephen Beauregard, and Sadie Mangum Weeks, Scrapbook. 10 v. Clippings from newspapers from 1825 to 1897. University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill.

           Western Carolinian, Salisbury, N. C. Weekly. June 13, 1820-December 26, 1826. Complete except for scattering issues. 1827; 1828. Scattering issues. July 7, 1829-January 5, 1830; 1830. Scattering issues. January 11, 1831-December 5, 1835. Complete except for scattering issues. 1836; 1837. Scattering issues. June 15-August 21, 1840; September 11, 1840-May 7, 1841; June 4, 11, December 10-31, 1841; January 7-September 16, 1842.

           Western Democrat, Charlotte, N. C. Weekly. January 28, 1853; October 7, 1856; February 24, 1857; January 3-December 25, 1860. Scattering issues.

           Western North Carolina Republican, Rutherfordton, N. C. Weekly. July 29, 1847.

           Western Sentinel, Winston, N. C. Weekly. February 25, June 24, September 16, December 2, 1859; June 22, October 5, 1860.

           Western Star of Liberty, Rutherfordton, N. C. Weekly. May 12, 19, December 8, 1840.

           Western Whig Banner, Lincolnton, N. C. Weekly. May 9, June 27, July 18, 1840.

           Whig Clarion, Raleigh, N. C. Weekly. May 10, 31, June 7-December 20, 1843; January 3-May 15, June 12-November 6, 1844.

           Wilmington Advertiser, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. July 14, August 11, September 22, November 10, 1837; May 14, June 25, 1840.

           Wilmington Chronicle, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. May 13, June 3, July 15, 1840; September 12, 1849.

           Wilmington Gazette, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. October 18, 1808; April 27, 1815.

           Wilmington Herald, Wilmington, N. C. Daily. July 27, 1854; 1855; 1856; 1857. Scattering issues. July 16-December 31, 1860.

           Wilmington Journal, Wilmington, N. C. Weekly. September 24, 1844-December 27, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues. Daily. September 9, 1851-December 31, 1860. Complete except for scattering issues.



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           Wilson Ledger, Wilson, N. C. Weekly. November 13, 27, December (complete), 1860.

           Windsor Herald and Bertie County Register, Windsor, N. C. Weekly. October 4, November 1, 1833.

III. SECONDARY SOURCES

A. BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS

           Adams, William J. "Evolution of Law in North Carolina." North Carolina Law Review, II (April, 1924), 133-45.

           Albertson, Catherine. In Ancient Albemarle. Raleigh, Commercial Printing Co., 1914.

           Albright, James W. Greensboro, 1808-1904; Facts, Figures, Traditions, and Reminiscences. Greensboro, Stone, 1904.

           Alderman, Ernest H. The North Carolina Colonial Bar. James Sprunt Historical Publications, XIII, No. 1, pp. 5-31. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1913.

           Alexander, John Brevard. Biographical Sketches of the Early Settlers of the Hopewell Section and Reminiscences of the Pioneers and Their Descendants by Families. . . . Charlotte, N. C., Observer Printing Office, 1897.

           ----. The History of Mecklenburg County from 1740 to 1900. Charlotte, N. C., Observer Printing Office, 1902.

           ----. "Olden Time Physicians." Charlotte, N. C., Daily Observer, December 23, 1907.

           ----. Reminiscences of the Past Sixty Years. Charlotte, N. C., Ray Printing Co., 1908.

           Allen, William Cicero. Centennial of Haywood County and Its County Seat. Waynesville, N. C., Courier [1908].

           ----. History of Halifax County (N. C.). Boston, Cornhill [c. 1918].

           Amis, Moses N. Historical Raleigh from Its Foundation in 1792. Descriptive, biographical, educational, industrial, religious, reminiscences reviewed and carefully compiled. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1902. Also editions in 1887 and 1913 under slightly different titles.

           Ammons, John. Outlines of the History of the French Broad Association and Mars Hill College. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, n. d.

           Arthur, John Preston. A History of Watauga County, North Carolina. With Sketches of prominent families. Richmond, Everett Waddey Co., 1915.



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           ----. Southern Quakers and Slavery: a study in institutional history. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1896.

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           Wertenbaker, Thomas Jefferson. The First Americans, 1607-1690. New York, Macmillan, 1927.



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           ----. The Planters of Colonial Virginia. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1922.

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           Whitener, Daniel Jay. History of the Temperance Movement in North Carolina, 1715 to 1908. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1932. Typescript.

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           Wiley, Calvin Henderson. Alamance Church; An Historical address delivered at the dedication of its fourth house of worship, on October 18, 1879. Raleigh, Edwards, 1880.

           Williams, Charles Bray. A History of the Baptists in North Carolina. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1910.

           Williamson, Hugh. History of North Carolina. 2 v. Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson, 1812.

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           Wilson, N. H. D. "The Reids, Eminent Itinerants through Three Generations." Trinity College Historical Society Papers, IX, 5-21. Durham, N. C., 1912.

           Winborne, Benjamin B. The Colonial and State Political History of Hertford County, N. C. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, 1906.

           Winston, George Tayloe. "The Lack of Scholars in North Carolina." University of North Carolina Magazine, III (February 1884), 195.



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           Winston, Robert Watson. A Century of Law in North Carolina. Reprinted from 176 North Carolina Reports and from Proceedings of North Carolina Bar Association.

           Woodson, Carter G. The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861. . . . 2nd ed. Washington, The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1919.

           Woody, Thomas. History of Women's Education in the United States. 2 v. New York, The Science Press, 1929.

           Young, Andrew White. History of Wayne County, Indiana, from Its First Settlement to the Present Time; with numerous biographical and family sketches. Cincinnati, R. Clarke and Co., 1872.

B. NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS

           Charlotte Medical Journal, Charlotte, N. C., July, 1892-1908. Merged with Southern Medicine and Surgery, Charlotte, N. C.

           Griffin, Clarence (ed.). Historical and Genealogical Record. Forest City, N. C. Quarterly. January-October 1932.

           Hathaway, J. R. B. (ed.). The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register. Edenton, N. C. Quarterly. January 1900-July 1903.

           Historical Papers of the Historical Society of the North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Durham, N. C., 1897, 1901, 1912, 1925.

           Historical Papers of Trinity College Historical Society. Trinity College, later Duke University. Durham, N. C., 1897--.

           James Sprunt Historical Publications, formerly James Sprunt Historical Monographs. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1900--.

           John Lawson Monographs of Trinity College Historical Society, Trinity College, later Duke University. Durham, N. C., 1910--.

           Land We Love, The. Charlotte, N. C., 1866-1871.

           North Carolina Baptist Historical Papers. Henderson, N. C., and Wake Forest, N. C., 1896--.

           North Carolina Booklet. Raleigh, North Carolina Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1901-1926. 23 v.

           North Carolina Historical Review. Raleigh, North Carolina Historical Commission, 1924--.

           North Carolina Medical Journal. Wilmington, 1878-March 1908. Called Carolina Medical Journal begining with 1900. Merged with Charlotte Medical Journal.

           North Carolina Review, monthly supplement to News and Observer, Raleigh, 1909-1914.



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           Our Living and Our Dead. New Bern, 1873-1874; Raleigh, 1874-1876.

           Proceedings and Addresses of the North Carolina State Literary and Historical Association, 1905-1922.

           Publications of the Guilford County Literary and Historical Association. Vol. I. Greensboro, N. C., 1908.

           South Atlantic Quarterly. Durham, N. C., 1902--.

           Whitsett, William Thornton. Historical Monographs, Nos. 1-4, 1925-1926. Whitsett, N. C.

ABBREVIATIONS OF TITLES IN FOOTNOTES

  • CRNC. Colonial Records of North Carolina
  • NCHR. North Carolina Historical Review
  • NCJE. North Carolina Journal of Education
  • SRNC. State Records of North Carolina
  • UNC. University of North Carolina Library