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The North Carolina Historical Review: Bibliography of Colonial and Revolutionary Era Articles

From its first number in 1924 to the present day, the North Carolina Historical Review has published the very best in scholarship relating to the history of the colony and state. The usefulness of the great majority of these articles has not diminished with time.

The Review articles listed in this bibliography are available from the Historical Publications Section, Office of Archives and History, 4622 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-4622. Those marked with an asterisk (*) can be purchased in back issues of the Review: issues through 2010 cost $5.00 each, plus $5.00 shipping; issues from 2011 and later cost $8.00 each, plus $5.00 shipping. The section also provides photocopies of articles: the minimum charge is $6.00 for twenty pages or less; orders of more than twenty pages cost $6.00 for the first twenty pages, plus 25 cents for each additional page. Please include $4.00 shipping with all photocopy orders. Please make your check payable to: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources.

Please note: all Review articles are copyrighted by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. Persons wishing to make use of them for any purpose other than personal study should write to the Historical Publications Administrator at the above address.

Agriculture and Land
Archaeology
Architecture and Building
Biography
Business and Economy
Communication
Constitutional and Legal
Crime and Punishment
Cultural and Literary
Description and Travel
Exploration, Early Settlement, and Cartography
Government
Health and Medicine
Life and Society
Local History
Loyalists
Material Culture
Military
Native Americans
Primary Sources
Regulators
Religion
Road to Independence
Science and Nature
Slavery and Servitude
Tercentenary Commission
Transportation
Women


Agriculture and Land

*Clifton, James M. “Golden Grains of White: Rice Planting on the Lower Cape Fear.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (October 1973): 365-393.

Franklin, W. Neil. “Agriculture in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (1926): 539-574.

*Herndon, G. Melvin. “Indian Agriculture in the Southern Colonies.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (July 1967): 283-297.

*Lindgren, W. H., III. “Agricultural Propaganda in Lawson's A New Voyage to Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 49 (October 1972): 333-344.

*McGill, Kathy O. “‘The Most Industrious Sex’: John Lawson’s Carolina Women Domesticate the Land.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 280-297.

*McPherson, Elizabeth G. “Nathaniel Batts, Landholder on Pasquotank River, 1660.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (January 1966): 66-81.

*Mitchell, Thornton W. “The Granville District Land Records.” North Carolina Historical Review 70 (April 1993): 103-129.

Morris, Francis Grave, and Phyllis Mary Morris, “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part I-Landholding.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (April 1939): 107-133.

*Thompson, Michael. “Everything but the Squeal”: Pork as Culture in Eastern North Carolina. North Carolina Historical Review 82 (October 2005): 464-498.

——. “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part II-Ownership of Town Lots, Slaves, and Cattle.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (July 1939): 296-327.

Skaggs, Marvin Lucian. “The First Boundary Survey Between the Carolinas.” North Carolina Historical Review 12 (July 1935): 213-232.

——. “Progress in the North Carolina-South Carolina Boundary Dispute.” North Carolina Historical Review 15 (October 1938): 341-353.

*Wolf, Jacquelyn H. “Patents and Tithables in Proprietary North Carolina, 1663-1729.” North Carolina Historical Review 56 (July 1979): 263-277.


Archaeology

*Ewen, Charles R . “John Lawson’s Bath: A Subterranean Perspective.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 265-279.

Harrington, J. C. “Archaeological Explorations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (April 1949): 127-149.

——. “Evidence of Manual Reckoning in the Cittie of Raleigh.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (January 1956): 1-11.

*Hume, Ivor Noel. “Archaeology: Handmaiden to History.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (April 1964): 214-225.

*South, Stanley A. “Searching for Clues to History through Historic Site Archaeology.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (April 1966): 166-173.

*Beaman, Thomas E., Jr. “The Archaeology of Morley Jeffers Williams and the Restoration of Historic Landscapes at Stratford Hall, Mount Vernon, and Tryon Palace.” North Carolina Historical Review 79 (July 2002): 347-372.

*Ewen, Charles, Patricia M. Samford, and Perry Matthewes. “The Sauthier Maps and the Formal Gardens at Tryon Palace: Myth or Reality?” North Carolina Historical Review 79 (July 2002): 327-346.


Architecture and Building

Dill, Alonzo Thomas, Jr. “Public Buildings in Craven County, 1722-1835.” North Carolina Historical Review 20 (October 1943): 301-326.

*——. “Tryon’s Palace-A Neglected Niche of North Carolina History.” North Carolina Historical Review 19 (April 1942): 119-167.

*Harrington, J. C. “The Manufacture and Use of Bricks at the Raleigh Settlement on Roanoke Island.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (January 1967): 1-17.

*Lounsbury, Carl. “The Development of Domestic Architecture in the Albemarle Region.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (January 1977): 17-48.

*South, Stanley A. “ ‘Russelborough’: Two Royal Governors’ Mansion at Brunswick.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (October 1967), 361-372.

Spruill, Julia Cherry. “Virginia and Carolina Homes Before the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 12 (October 1935): 320-340.

*Watson, Alan D. “County Buildings and Other Public Structures in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 82 (October 2005): 427-463.


Biography

Adams, Percy G. “John Lawson’s Alter-Ego-Dr. John Brickell.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (July 1957): 313-326.

Alexander, C. B. “Richard Caswell: Versatile Leader of the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review (April 1946): 119-141.

——. “Richard Caswell’s Military and Later Public Services.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (July 1946): 287-312.

——. “The Training of Richard Caswell.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (January 1946): 13-31.

Brooks, Aubrey Lee. “David Caldwell and his Log College.” North Carolina Historical Review 28 (October 1951): 399-407.

Chambers, William N. “As the Twig is Bent: The Family and the North Carolina Years of Thomas Hart Benton, 1752-1801.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (October 1949): 385-416.

Cumming, William Patterson. “The Identity of John White Governor of Roanoke and John White the Artist.” North Carolina Historical Review 15 (July 1938): 197-203.

*——. “The Turbulent Life of Captain James Wimble.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (January 1969): 1-18.

Douglass, Elisha P. “Thomas Burke, Disillusioned Democrat.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (April 1949): 150-186.

*Lemmon, Sarah McCulloh. “Nathaniel Blount: Last Clergyman of the 'Old Church.'” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (October 1973): 351-364.

*Moore, Peter N. “The Mysterious Death of William Richardson: Kinship, Female Vulnerability, and the Myth of Supernaturalism in the Southern Backcountry.” North Carolina Historical Review 80 (July 2003): 279-296.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “John Alexander, Anglican Missionary.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (July 1966): 305-315.

*Potts, Louis W. “Hugh Williamson: The Poor Man’s Franklin and the National Domain.” North Carolina Historical Review 64 (October 1987): 371-393.

*Price, William S., Jr. “Nathaniel Macon, Antifederalist.” North Carolina Historical Review 81 (July 2004): 288-312.

Quynn, Dorothy MacKay. “Flora MacDonald in History.” North Carolina Historical Review 18 (July 1941): 236-258.

*Ramsey, Robert W. “James Carter: Founder of Salisbury.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (April 1962): 131-139.

*Sheridan Richard B. “The West Indian Antecedents of Josiah Martin, Last Royal Governor of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (July 1977): 253-270.

*Smith, Helen Burr, and Elizabeth V. Moore, “John Mare: A Composite Portrait.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (January 1967): 18-52.

*Stokes, Durward T. “Adam Boyd, Publisher, Preacher, and Patriot.” North Carolina Historical Review 49 (January 1972): 1-21.

*——. “Nathaniel Rochester in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 38 (October 1961): 467-481.

*Stumpf, Vernon O. “Josiah Martin and His Search for Success: The Road to North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 53 (January 1976): 55-79.


Business and Economy

Cappon, Lester J. “Iron-Making-A Forgotten Industry of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (October 1932): 331-348. [Colonial through antebellum eras.]

*Combs, Edwin L., III. “Trading in Lubberland: Maritime Commerce in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 80 (January 2003): 1-27.

*Haywood, C. Robert. “The Mind of the North Carolina Advocates of Mercantilism.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (April 1956): 139-165.

Moody, Robert Earle. “Massachusetts Trade with Carolina, 1686-1709.” North Carolina Historical Review 20 (January 1943): 43-53.

Morris, Francis Grave, and Phyllis Mary Morris. “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part I-Landholding.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (April 1939): 107-133.

——. “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part II-Ownership of Town Lots, Slaves, and Cattle.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (July 1939): 296-327.

*Platt, Virginia Bever. “Tar, Staves, and New England Rum: The Trade of Aaron Lopez of Newport, Rhode Island, with Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (January 1971): 1-22.

Tilley, Nannie May. “Industries of Colonial Granville County.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (October 1936): 273-289.

*Watson, Alan D. “Society and Economy in Colonial Edgecombe County.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (July 1973): 231-255.


Communication (see also Cultural and Literary)

Crittenden, Charles Christopher. “Means of Communication in North Carolina, 1763-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (October 1931): 373-384.

*Elliott, Robert N., Jr. “James Davis and the Beginning of the Newspaper in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (January 1965): 1-20.

Thornton, Mary Lindsay. “Public Printing in North Carolina, 1749-1815.” North Carolina Historical Review 21 (July 1944): 181-202.

Wallace, Wesley H. “Cultural and Social Advertising in Early North Carolina Newspapers.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (July 1956): 281-309.

——. “Property and Trade: Main Themes of Early North Carolina Newspaper Advertisements.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (October 1955): 451-482.


Constitution and Legal

Ketcham, Earle H. “The Sources of the North Carolina Constitution of 1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 6 (July 1929): 215-236.

*LeMaster, Michelle. In the “Scolding Houses”: Indians and the Law in Eastern North Carolina, 1684-1768. North Carolina Historical Review 83 (April 2006): 193-232.

*Parker, Mattie Erma E. “Legal Aspects of 'Culpeper's Rebellion.'” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (April 1968): 111-127.

*Price, William S., Jr. “Nathaniel Macon, Antifederalist.” North Carolina Historical Review 81 (July 2004): 288-312.


Crime and Punishment

*Scott, Kenneth. “Counterfeiting in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (October 1957): 467-482.

*Watson, Alan D. “Counterfeiting in Colonial North Carolina: A Reassessment.” North Carolina Historical Review 79 (April 2002): 182-197.

*Watson, Alan D. “County Buildings and Other Public Structures in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 82 (October 2005): 427-463.


Cultural and Literary

*Davis, Richard Beale. “Three Poems from Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (January 1969): 33-41. [Poems by an anonymous North Carolinian, May 18, 1737; Moravian pastor John Jacob Friis, November 1755; and Gov. Arthur Dobbs, October 31, 1759.]

*Dunn, Charles W. “A North Carolina Gaelic Bard [John Macrae].” North Carolina Historical Review 36 (October 1959): 483-485.

Gehrke, William H. “The Transition from the German to the English Language in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 12 (January 1935): 1-19. [Moravians, colonial era through late nineteenth century.]

Holder, Edward M. “Social Life of the Early Moravians in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 11 (July 1934): 167-184.

*McCorkle, Donald M. “The Collegium Musicum Salem: Its Music, Musicians, and Importance.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (October 1956): 483-498.

McMurtrie, Douglas Crawford. “A Bibliography of North Carolina Imprints, 1761-1800, I.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (January 1936): 47-88.

——. “A Bibliography of North Carolina Imprints, 1761-1800, II.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (April 1936): 143-166.

——. “A Bibliography of North Carolina Imprints, 1761-1800, III.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (July 1936): 219-254.

——. “The First Twelve Years of Printing in North Carolina, 1749-1760.” North Carolina Historical Review 10 (July 1933): 214-234.

*Powell, William S. “Eighteenth-Century North Carolina Imprints: A Revision and Supplement to McMurtrie.” North Carolina Historical Review 35 (January 1958): 50-73.

*——. “Carolina in the Seventeenth Century: An Annotated Bibliography of Contemporary Publications.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (January 1964): 74-104.

*——. “Patrons of the Press: Subscription Book Purchases in North Carolina, 1733-1850.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (October 1962): 423-499.

*Valentine, Patrick M. “Libraries and Print Culture in Early North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 82 (July 2005): 293-325.

*Watson, Helen R. “The Books They Left: Some ‘Liberies’ in Edgecombe County, 1733-1783.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (July 1971): 245-257.

*Watterson, John. “Poetic Justice; or, an Ill-Fated Epic by Thomas Burke.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (July 1978): 339-346. [Poem on smallpox inoculation riot, Norfolk, Va., June 1768.]


Description and Travel

*Berkeley, Edmund, and Dorothy S. Berkeley. “ ‘The Manner of Living of the North Carolinians,’ by Francis Veale, December 19, 1730.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (April 1964): 239-245.

*Johnston, Hugh Buckner. “The Journal of Ebenezer Hazard in North Carolina, 1777 and 1778.” North Carolina Historical Review 36 (July 1959): 358-381.

*Lefler, Hugh Talmage. “A Description of ‘Carolana’ by a ‘Well-Willer,’ 1649.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (January 1955): 102-105.

Powell, William S., ed. “Tryon’s ‘Book’ on North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (July 1957): 406-415.

Rippy, J. Fred. “A View of the Carolinas in 1783.” North Carolina Historical Review 6 (October 1929): 362-370.

*Shields, E. Thompson, Jr . “A New Voyage to Carolina: Publication of a Classic of North Caroliniana.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 298-311.


Exploration, Early Settlement, and Cartography

*Barth, Jonathan Edward . “‘The Sinke of America’: Society in the Albemarle

Borderlands of North Carolina, 1663–1729.” North Carolina Historical Review 87 (January 2010): 1-27.

Cumming, William P. “Naming Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (January 1945): 34-42.

*Cumming, William P. “Wimble’s Maps and the Colonial Cartography of the North Carolina Coast.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (April 1969), 157-170.

*Detweiler, Robert. “Was Richard Hakluyt a Negative Influence on the Colonization of Virginia?” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (October 1971): 359-369.

*Glasgow, Tom, Jr. “HMS ‘Tiger’.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (April 1966): 115-121. [Roanoke Island colony.]

Harrington, J. C. “Archaeological Explorations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (April 1949): 127-149. [Roanoke Island colony.]

*——. “Evidence of Manual Reckoning in the Cittie of Raleigh.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (January 1956): 1-11. [Roanoke Island colony.]

*——. “The Manufacture and Use of Bricks at the Raleigh Settlement on Roanoke Island.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (January 1967): 1-17.

*Hoffman, Paul E. “New Light on Vicente Gonzalez’s 1588 Voyage in Search of Raleigh’s English Colonies.” North Carolina Historical Review 63 (April 1986): 199-233.

*Horning, Susan Schmidt. “The Power of Image: Promotional Literature and Its Changing Role in the Settlement of Early Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 70 (October 1993): 365-400.

*Kopperman, Paul E. “Profile of Failure: The Carolana Project, 1629-1640.” North Carolina Historical Review 59 (January 1982): 1-23.

*La Vere, David . “The 1937 Chowan River ‘Dare Stone’: A Re-evaluation.” North Carolina Historical Review 86 (July 2009): 251-281.

*McPherson, Elizabeth G. “Nathaniel Batts, Landholder on Pasquotank River, 1660.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (January 1966): 66-81.

*Merrens, H. Roy, and Herbert R. Paschal. “A Map-Maker’s View of Anson County in 1769.” North Carolina Historical Review 59 (July 1982): 271-278.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “The ‘Lost Colony’ Found: A Documentary Perspective.” North Carolina Historical Review 78 (January 2001): 67-83.

*Powell, William S. “Carolana and the Incomparable Roanoke: Explorations and Attempted Settlements, 1620-1663.” North Carolina Historical Review 51 (January 1974): 1-21.

*——. “Roanoke Colonists and Explorers: An Attempt at Identification.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (April 1957): 202-226.

Quinn, David B. “Christopher Newport in 1590.” North Carolina Historical Review 29 (July 1952): 305-316. [Roanoke Island colony.]

Schütz, Géza. “Additions to the History of the Swiss Colonization Projects in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 10 (April 1933): 133-141.

*Senter, Jim.  “ ‘Dreams as Old as Roanoke’: Franklin Roosevelt’s 1937 Lost Colony Speech.” North Carolina Historical Review 84 (July 2007): 276-299.

*Shields, E. Thompson, Jr . “A New Voyage to Carolina: Publication of a Classic of North Caroliniana.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 298-311.

*Simpson, Marcus B., Jr. “Copperplate Illustrations in Dr. John Brickell's Natural History of North-Carolina (1737): Sources for the Provincial Map, Flora, and Fauna.” North Carolina Historical Review 62 (April 1985): 119-156.

*Vigneras, L. A. “A Spanish Discovery of North Carolina in 1566.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (October 1969): 398-414.

*Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. “Spanish Reaction to Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (October 1964): 464-476.

*Wright, Louis B. “Elizabethan Politics and Colonial Enterprise.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (April 1955): 254-269.


Government

*Billings, Warren M. “Sir William Berkeley and the Carolina Proprietary.” North Carolina Historical Review 72 (July 1995): 329-341.

Boyd, Julian P. “The Sheriff in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 5 (April 1928): 151-180.

Boyd, William K., ed. “Some North Carolina Tracts of the Eighteenth Century, XI: A Table of North Carolina Taxes, 1748-1770.” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (July 1926): 475-476, plus chart.

*Butler, Lindley S. “The Governors of Albemarle County, 1663-1689.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (July 1969): 280-299.

*Crittenden, Charles Christopher. “The Surrender of the Charter of Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 1 (October 1924): 383-402.

Cook, Florence. “Procedure in the North Carolina Colonial Assembly, 1731-1770.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (July 1931): 258-283.

Douglass, Elisha P. “Thomas Burke, Disillusioned Democrat.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (April 1949): 150-186.

*Fagg, Daniel W., Jr. “Sleeping Not with the King’s Grant: A Rereading of Some Proprietary Documents, 1663-1667.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (April 1971): 171-185.

Franklin, W. Neill. “Some Aspects of Representation in the American Colonies.” North Carolina Historical Review 6 (January 1929): 38-66. [All colonies, including North Carolina.]

Fries, Adelaide L. “North Carolina Certificates of the Revolutionary War Period.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (July 1932): 229-241. [Finance.]

*Greene, Jack P. “The North Carolina Lower House and the Power to Appoint Public Treasurers, 1711-1775.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (January 1963): 37-53.

*Kay, Marvin L. Michael. “Provincial Taxes in North Carolina During the Administrations of Dobbs and Tryon.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (October 1965): 440-453.

London, Lawrence F. “The Representation Controversy in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 11 (October 1934): 255-270.

*McCain, Paul M. “Magistrates Courts in Early North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (January 1971): 23-30.

*Maass, John R . “‘The Cure for All Our Political Calamities’: Archibald Maclaine and The Politics of Moderation in Revolutionary North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 85 (July 2008): 251-281.

Marley, Branson. “Minutes of the General Court of Albemarle, 1684.” North Carolina Historical Review 19 (January 1942): 48-59.

*Paden, John. “ ‘ Several & Many Grievances of Very Great Consequences’: North Carolina’s Political Factionalism in the 1720s.” North Carolina Historical Review 71 (July 1994): 285-305.

Powell, William S., ed. “Tryon’s ‘Book’ on North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (July 1957): 406-415.

*Price, William S., Jr. “ ‘Men of Good Estates’: Wealth Among Carolina’s Royal Councillors.” North Carolina Historical Review 49 (January 1972): 72-82.

*——. “A Strange Incident in George Burrington’s Royal Governorship.” North Carolina Historical Review 51 (April 1974): 149-158.

Smith, Mary Phlegar. “Borough Representation in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 7 (April 1930): 177-191. [Colonial through antebellum eras.]

Thornton, Mary Lindsay. “Public Printing in North Carolina, 1749-1815.” North Carolina Historical Review 21 (July 1944): 181-202.

Tilley, Nannie May. “Political Disturbances in Colonial Granville County.” North Carolina Historical Review 18 (October 1941): 339-359. [Justices/commissions of the peace.]

*Ubbelohde, Carl W., Jr. “The Vice-Admiralty Court of Royal North Carolina, 1729-1759.” North Carolina Historical Review 31 (October 1954): 517-528.

*Watson, Alan D. “The Appointment of Sheriffs in Colonial North Carolina: A Reexamination.” North Carolina Historical Review 53 (October 1976): 385-393.

*——. “The Constable in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 68 (January 1991): 1-16

*____. “County Buildings and Other Public Structures in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 82 (October 2005): 427-463.

*——. “The County Clerk in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 85 (April 2008): 133-162.

*——. “County Fiscal Policy in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (July 1978): 284-305.

*——. “The Lottery in Early North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 69 (October 1992): 363-387.

*——. “Public Poor Relief in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (October 1977): 347-363.

*Watterson, John S., III. “The Ordeal of Governor Burke.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (April 1971): 95-117.

*Wood, Bradford J. “Politics and Authority in Colonial North Carolina: A Regional Perspective.” North Carolina Historical Review 81 (January 2004): 1-37.

*Zornow, William F. “North Carolina Tariff Policies, 1775-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (April 1955): 151-164.


Health and Medicine

*Black, Ronald. “ ‘The Nine’: A Scottish Gaelic Charm in the North Carolina State Archives.”  North Carolina Historical Review 84 (January 2007): 37-58.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “The ‘Country Distemper’ in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (January 1971): 44-52. [Yaws.]

*Watterson, John. “Poetic Justice; or, an Ill-Fated Epic by Thomas Burke.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (July 1978): 339-346. [Poem on smallpox inoculation riot, Norfolk, Va., June 1768.]


Immigration

*Murdoch, Alexander. “A Scottish Document Concerning Emigration to North Carolina in 1772.” North Carolina Historical Review 67 (October 1990): 438-449.

Newsome, Albert Ray. “Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina, 1774-1775.” North Carolina Historical Review 11 (January 1934): 39-54.

——. “Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina, 1774-1775, continued.” North Carolina Historical Review 11 (April 1934): 129-143.


Life and Society (see also Religion; Slavery and Servitude; Women)

*Barth, Jonathan Edward . “‘The Sinke of America’: Society in the Albemarle Borderlands of North Carolina, 1663–1729.” North Carolina Historical Review 87 (January 2010): 1-27.

*Connor, R. D. W. “The Genesis of Higher Education in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 28 (January 1951): 1-14.

*Garland, John M. “The Nonecclesiastical Activities of an English and a North Carolina Parish: A Comparative Study.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (January 1973): 32-51.

*Golden, Harry L. “The Jewish People of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (April 1955): 194-216. [Article not limited to colonial-revolutionary North Carolina.]

*Klebaner, Benjamin Joseph. “Some Aspects of North Carolina Public Poor Relief, 1700-1860.” North Carolina Historical Review 31 (October 1954): 479-492.

*McGill, Kathy O . “‘The Most Industrious Sex’: John Lawson’s Carolina Women Domesticate the Land.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 280-297.

*Roberts, B. W. C. “Cockfighting: An Early Entertainment in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (July 1965): 306-314.

*Stroupe, Henry S. “ ‘Cite Them Both to Attend the Next Church Conference’: Social Control by North Carolina Baptist Churches, 1772-1908.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (April 1975): 156-170. [Primary emphasis on post-revolutionary North Carolina.]

*Watson, Alan D. “Ordinaries in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (January 1968): 67-83.

*——. “Orphanage in Colonial North Carolina: Edgecombe County as a Case Study.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (April 1975): 105-119.

*——. “Society and Economy in Colonial Edgecombe County.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (July 1973): 231-255.


Local History (see also Architecture and Building; Exploration, Early Settlement, and Cartography)

*Allred, Fred J., and Alonzo T. Dill, eds. “The Founding of New Bern: A Footnote.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (July 1963): 361-374.

Dill, Alonzo Thomas, Jr. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part I, Colonization of the Neuse.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (January 1945): 1-21.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part II, The Founding of New Bern.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (April 1945): 152-175.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part III, Rebellion and Indian Warfare.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (July 1945): 293-319.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part IV, Years of Slow Development.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (October 1945): 460-489.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part V, Political and Commercial Rise of New Bern.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (January 1946): 47-78.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part VI, New Bern as Colonial Capital.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (April 1946): 142-171.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part VII, During the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (July 1946): 325-359.

——. “Eighteenth Century New Bern, A History of the Town and Craven County, 1700-1800, Part VIII, New Bern at the Century's End.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (October 1946): 495-535.

*Ewen, Charles R . “John Lawson’s Bath: A Subterranean Perspective.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 265-279.

*Hamilton, Kenneth G. “The Moravians and Wachovia.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (April 1967): 144-153.

*Latham, Eva C., and Patricia M. Samford. “Naturalist, Explorer, and Town Father—John Lawson and Bath.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 250-264.

*Lee, E. Lawrence, Jr. “Old Brunswick, The Story of a Colonial Town.” North Carolina Historical Review 29 (April 1952): 230-245.

Morris, Francis Grave, and Phyllis Mary Morris. “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part II-Ownership of Town Lots, Slaves, and Cattle.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (July 1939): 296-327.

*Paul, Charles L. “Beaufort, North Carolina: Its Development as a Colonial Town.” North Carolina Historical Review 47 (October 1970): 370-387.

*——. “Colonial Beaufort.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (April 1965): 139-152.

*——. “Factors in the Economy of Colonial Beaufort.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (April 1967): 111-134.

*Ramsey, Robert W. “James Carter: Founder of Salisbury.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (April 1962): 131-139.

*Thorp, Daniel B. “The City That Never Was: Count von Zinzendorf's Original Plan for Salem.” North Carolina Historical Review 61 (January 1984): 36-58.

Tilley, Nannie May. “Political Disturbances in Colonial Granville County.” North Carolina Historical Review 18 (October 1941): 339-359. [Justices/commissions of the peace.]

——. “The Settlement of Granville County.” North Carolina Historical Review 11 (January 1934): 1-19.

* Watson, Alan D. “County Fiscal Policy in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (July 1978): 284-305.

*——. “Orphanage in Colonial North Carolina: Edgecombe County as a Case Study.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (April 1975): 105-119.

*——. “Society and Economy in Colonial Edgecombe County.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (July 1973): 231-255.

*Watson, Helen R. “The Books They Left: Some ‘Liberies’ in Edgecombe County, 1733-1783.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (July 1971): 245-257.


Loyalists

*Crow, Jeffrey J. “Tory Plots and Anglican Loyalty: The Llewelyn Conspiracy of 1777.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (January 1978): 1-17.

*——. “What Price Loyalism? The Case of John Cruden, Commissioner of Sequestered Estates.” North Carolina Historical Review 58 (July 1981): 215-233.

*Frech, Laura Page. “The Wilmington Committee of Public Safety and the Loyalist Rising of February 1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (January 1964): 1-20.

Harrell, Isaac S. “North Carolina Loyalists.” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (October 1926): 575-590.

*Rankin, Richard. “ ‘Musqueto’ Bites: Caricatures of Lower Cape Fear Whigs and Tories on the Eve of the American Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 65 (April 1988): 173-207.

*Troxler, Carole Watterson. “ ‘The Great Man of the Settlement’: North Carolina's John Legett at Country Harbour, Nova Scotia, 1783-1812.” North Carolina Historical Review 67 (July 1990): 285-314.

*——. “ ‘To git out of a Troublesome neighborhood’: David Fanning in New Brunswick.” North Carolina Historical Review 56 (October 1979): 343-365.


Material Culture (see also Architecture and Building)

*Anderson, William L. “Cherokee Clay, from Duché to Wedgwood: The Journal of Thomas Griffiths, 1767-1768.” North Carolina Historical Review 63 (October 1986): 477-510.


Military (see also Indians; Regulators)

*Delaney, Norman C. “The Outer Banks of North Carolina During the Revolutionary War.” North Carolina Historical Review 36 (January 1959): 1-16.

Fries, Adelaide L. “North Carolina Certificates of the Revolutionary War Period.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (July 1932): 229-241. [Finance.]

*Heaton, Charles . “The Failure of Enlightenment Military Doctrine in Revolutionary America: The Piedmont Campaign and the Fate of the British Army in the Lower South.” North Carolina Historical Review 87 (April 2010): 127-157.

*Kay, Marvin L. Michael, and William S. Price Jr. “ ‘To Ride the Wood Mare’: Road Building and Militia Service in Colonial North Carolina, 1740-1775.” North Carolina Historical Review 57 (October 1980): 361-409.

*Kyte, George W. “Victory in the South: An Appraisal of General Greene’s Strategy in the Carolinas.” North Carolina Historical Review 37 (July 1960): 321-347.

Lanning, John Tate. “Don Miguel Wall and the Spanish Attempt against the Existence of Carolina and Georgia.” North Carolina Historical Review 10 (July 1933): 186-213.

*Lennon, Donald R. “ ‘The Graveyard of American Commanders’: The Continental Army’s Southern Department, 1776-1778.” North Carolina Historical Review 67 (April 1990): 133-158.

*Lutz, Paul V. “A State’s Concern for the Soldiers’ Welfare: How North Carolina Provided for Her Troops During the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (July 1965): 315-318.

*Maass, John R. “ ‘All This Poor Province Could Do’: North Carolina and the Seven Years’ War, 1757-1762.” North Carolina Historical Review 79 (January 2002): 50-89.

*Massey, Gregory De Van. “The British Expedition to Wilmington, January-November 1781.” North Carolina Historical Review 66 (October 1989): 387-411.

*Nelson, Paul David. “Horatio Gates in the Southern Department, 1780: Serious Errors and a Costly Defeat.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (July 1973): 256-272.

Newsome, Albert Ray. “A British Orderly Book, 1780-1781, I.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (January 1932): 57-78.

——. “A British Orderly Book, 1780-1781, II.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (April 1932): 163-186.

——. “A British Orderly Book, 1780-1781, III.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (July 1932): 273-298.

——. “A British Orderly Book, 1780-1781, IV.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (October 1932): 366-392.

*Nichols, Roy F., ed. “Fighting in North Carolina Waters.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (January 1963): 75-84.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “The Great Escape from Forten Gaol: An Incident of the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (October 1968): 349-356. [Capture and escape of the crew of the Fair American, Edenton.]

Rankin, Hugh F. “Cowpens: Prelude to Yorktown.” North Carolina Historical Review 31 (July 1954): 336-369.

——. “The Moore’s Creek Bridge Campaign, 1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 30 (January 1953), 23-60.

Stibbs, John H. “Raleigh’s Account of Grenville’s Fight at the Azores in 1591.” North Carolina Historical Review 27 (January 1950): 20-31.

*Watterson, John S., III. “The Ordeal of Governor Burke.” North Carolina Historical Review 48 (April 1971): 95-117.

*Wheeler, E. Milton. “Development and Organization of the North Carolina Militia.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (July 1964): 307-323.


Native Americans

*Coe, Joffre L. “The Indian in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (April 1979): 158-161.

*Cole, Richard C. “Montgomerie’s Cherokee Campaign, 1760: Two Contemporary Views.” North Carolina Historical Review 74 (January 1997): 19-36.

*Corkran, David H. “Cherokee Pre-History.” North Carolina Historical Review 34 (October 1957): 455-466.

*Dawdy, Shannon Lee. “The Meherrins’ Secret History of the Dividing Line.” North Carolina Historical Review 72 (October 1995): 386-415.

De Filipis, M., trans. and ed. “An Italian Account of Cherokee Uprisings at Fort Loudoun and Fort Prince George, 1760-1761.” North Carolina Historical Review 20 (July 1943): 247-258.

*Diket, A. L. “The Noble Savage Convention as Epitomized in John Lawson’s A New Voyage to Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (October 1966): 413-429.

*Ganyard, Robert L. “The Threat from the West: North Carolina and the Cherokee, 1776-1778.” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (January 1968): 47-66.

Hamer, P. M. “Anglo-French Rivalry in the Cherokee Country, 1754-1757.” North Carolina Historical Review 2 (July 1925): 303-322.

——. “Fort Loudoun in the Cherokee War, 1758-1761.” North Carolina Historical Review 2 (October 1925): 442-458.

Henderson, Archibald. “The Treaty of Long Island of Holston, July 1777.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (January 1931): 55-116.

*Herndon, G. Melvin. “Indian Agriculture in the Southern Colonies.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (July 1967): 283-297.

*LeMaster, Michelle. In the “Scolding Houses”: Indians and the Law in Eastern North Carolina, 1684-1768. North Carolina Historical Review 83 (April 2006): 193-232.

*Oberg, Michael Leroy. “Gods and Men: The Meeting of Indian and White Worlds on the Carolina Outer Banks, 1584-1586.” North Carolina Historical Review 76 (October 1999): 367-390.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “The Tuscarora Ascendancy.” North Carolina Historical Review 59 (October 1982): 307-326.

*——. “With Tuscarora Jack on the Back Path to Bath.” North Carolina Historical Review 64 (April 1987): 115-138.

Rights, Douglas L. “Traces of the Indians in Piedmont North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 1 (July 1924): 277-288.

——. “The Trading Path of the Indians.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (October 1931): 403-426.

*Smith, Katy Simpson. “‘I Look on You . . . As My Children’: Persistence and Change in Cherokee Motherhood, 1750–1835.” North Carolina Historical Review 87 (October 2010): 403-430.

Speck, Frank G. “The Catawba Nation and its Neighbors.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (October 1939): 404-417.

*Wetmore, Ruth Y. “The Role of the Indian in North Carolina History.” North Carolina Historical Review 56 (April 1979): 162-176.


Primary Sources

McConnell, Roland C. “Records in the National Archives Pertaining to the History of North Carolina, 1775-1943.” North Carolina Historical Review 25 (July 1948): 318-340.


Regulators

*Adams, George R. “The Carolina Regulators: A Note in Changing Interpretations.” North Carolina Historical Review 49 (October 1972): 345-352.

Boyd, William K., ed. “Some North Carolina Tracts of the Eighteenth Century, X: Dr. George Micklejohn's Sermon to Tryon’s Militia (1768).” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (July 1926): 457-474. [Geo. Micklejohn, S.T.D., On the Important Duty of Subjection to the Civil Powers, A Sermon Preached Before His Excellency William Tryon, Esquire, Governor, and Commander in Chief of the Province of North-Carolina, and the Troops Raised to Quell the Late Insurrection, at Hillsborough, in Orange County, on Sunday, September 25, 1768.]

——. “Some North Carolina Tracts of the Eighteenth Century, IX: Hermon Husband’s ‘Fan for Fanning and a Touchstone for Tryon,’ etc. (1771).” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (April 1926): 307-362. [Regulus (pseud.), A Fan for Fanning and a Touch-Stone to Tryon, Containing an Impartial Account of the Rise and Progress of the So Much Talked of Regulation in North-Carolina.]

——. “Some North Carolina Tracts of the Eighteenth Century, VIII: Hermon Husband’s ‘An Impartial Relation of the First Rise and Cause of the Recent Differences in Public Affairs,’ etc. (1770).” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (April 1926): 223-306. [(Hermon Husband), An Impartial Relation of the First Rise and Cause of the Recent Differences in Publick Affairs, in the Province of North-Carolina; and of the Past Tumults and Riots that lately happened in that Province.]

——. “Some North Carolina Tracts of the Eighteenth Century, XI: A Table of North Carolina Taxes, 1748-1770.” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (July 1926): 475-476, plus chart.

*Denson, Andrew C. “Diversity, Religion, and the North Carolina Regulators.” North Carolina Historical Review 72 (January 1995): 30-53.


Religion (see also Life and Society)

*Black, Ronald. “ ‘The Nine’: A Scottish Gaelic Charm in the North Carolina State Archives.”  North Carolina Historical Review 84 (January 2007): 37-58.

Blackwelder, Ruth. “The Attitude of the North Carolina Moravians Toward the American Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (January 1932): 1-21.

Boyd, William K., and Charles A. Krummel. “German Tracts Concerning the Lutheran Church in North Carolina During the Eighteenth Century.” North Carolina Historical Review 7, (January 1930): 79-147.

——. “German Tracts Concerning the Lutheran Church in North Carolina during the Eighteenth Century.” North Carolina Historical Review 7 (April 1930): 225-282.

*Carroll, Kenneth L. “The Nicholites of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 31 (October 1954): 453-462.

*Conkin, Paul. “The Church Establishment in North Carolina, 1765-1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (January 1955): 1-30.

*Crow, Jeffrey J. “Tory Plots and Anglican Loyalty: The Llewelyn Conspiracy of 1777.” North Carolina Historical Review 55 (January 1978): 1-17.

*Denson, Andrew C. “Diversity, Religion, and the North Carolina Regulators.” North Carolina Historical Review 72 (January 1995): 30-53.

Fries, Adelaide L. “The Moravian Contribution to Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 7 (January 1930): 1-14.

*Garland, John M. “The Nonecclesiastical Activities of an English and a North Carolina Parish: A Comparative Study.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (January 1973): 32-51.

*Golden, Harry L. “The Jewish People of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (April 1955): 194-216. [Article not limited to colonial-revolutionary North Carolina.]

*Hamilton, Kenneth G. “The Moravians and Wachovia.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (April 1967): 144-153.

*Lemmon, Sarah McCulloh. “The Genesis of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, 1701-1823.” North Carolina Historical Review 28 (October 1951): 426-462.

*——. “Nathaniel Blount: Last Clergyman of the ‘Old Church.’ ” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (October 1973): 351-364.

Moose, John Baxter. “The First Constitution of St. John’s Church.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (October 1936): 335-355. [German Buffalo Creek, Mecklenburg County.]

*Morgan, David T., Jr. “The Great Awakening in North Carolina, 1740-1775: The Baptist Phase.” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (July 1968): 264-283.

*——. “Scandal in Carolina: The Story of a Capricious Missionary [Michael Smith].” North Carolina Historical Review 47 (July 1970): 233-243.

*Monroe, Haskell. “Religious Toleration and Politics in Early North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (July 1962): 267-283.

*Parramore, Thomas C. “John Alexander, Anglican Missionary.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (July 1966): 305-315.

Paschal, G. W. “Morgan Edwards’ Materials toward a History of the Baptists in the Province of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 7 (July 1930): 365-399.

*Sappington, Roger E. “Dunker Beginnings in North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century.” North Carolina Historical Review 46 (July 1969): 214-238.

*——. “Two Eighteenth Century Dunker Congregations in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 47 (April 1970): 176-204.

*Stokes, Durward T. “Henry Pattillo in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 44 (October 1967): 373-391.

*Stroupe, Henry S. “ ‘Cite Them Both to Attend the Next Church Conference’: Social Control by North Carolina Baptist Churches, 1772-1908.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (April 1975): 156-170. [Primary emphasis on post-revolutionary North Carolina.]

*Surratt, Jerry L. “The Role of Dissent in Community Evolution Among Moravians in Salem, 1772-1860.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (July 1975): 235-255.

*Thorp, Daniel B. “The City That Never Was: Count von Zinzendorf's Original Plan for Salem.” North Carolina Historical Review 61 (January 1984): 36-58.


Road to Independence (see also Regulators)

Blackwelder, Ruth. “The Attitude of the North Carolina Moravians Toward the American Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (January 1932): 1-21.

*Current, Richard N. “That Other Declaration: May 20, 1775-May 20, 1975.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (April 1977): 169-191. [Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence.]

Davidson, Philip G. “Sons of Liberty and Stamp Men.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (January 1932): 38-56.

Green, Fletcher M. “Listen to the Eagle Scream: One Hundred Years of the Fourth of July in North Carolina, 1776-1876.” North Carolina Historical Review 31 (July 1954): 295-320.

Haywood, C. Robert. “The Mind of the North Carolina Opponents of the Stamp Act.” North Carolina Historical Review 33 (July 1956): 139-165.

*Heaton, Charles . “The Failure of Enlightenment Military Doctrine in Revolutionary America: The Piedmont Campaign and the Fate of the British Army in the Lower South.” North Carolina Historical Review 87 (April 2010): 127-157.

*Higginbotham, Don. “James Iredell’s Efforts to Preserve the First British Empire.” North Carolina Historical Review 49 (April 1972): 127-145.

High, James. “Henry McCulloh: Progenitor of the Stamp Act.” North Carolina Historical Review 29 (January 1952): 24-38.

Hilldrup, R. L. “The Salt Supply of North Carolina during the American Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 22 (October 1945): 393-417.

*Lee, Lawrence. “Days of Defiance: Resistance to the Stamp Act in the Lower Cape Fear.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (April 1966): 186-202.

*Maass, John R . “‘The Cure for All Our Political Calamities’: Archibald Maclaine and the Politics of Moderation in Revolutionary North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 85 (July 2008): 251-281.

*McCurry, Allan J. “Joseph Hewes and Independence: A Suggestion.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (October 1963): 455-464.

*Maass, John R . “‘The Cure for All Our Political Calamities’: Archibald Maclaine and the Politics of Moderation in Revolutionary North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 85 (July 2008): 251-281.

*Miles, Edwin A. “Benson J. Lossing and North Carolina Revolutionary History.” North Carolina Historical Review 35 (January 1958): 11-19.

*Morgan, David T., and William J. Schmidt. “From Economic Sanctions to Political Separation: The North Carolina Delegation to the Continental Congress, 1774-1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (July 1975): 215-234.

*Rankin, Richard. “ ‘Musqueto’ Bites: Caricatures of Lower Cape Fear Whigs and Tories on the Eve of the American Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 65 (April 1988): 173-207.

Saunders, Jennings B. “Thomas Burke in the Continental Congress.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (January 1932): 22-37.

*Spindel, Donna J. “Law and Disorder: The North Carolina Stamp Act Crisis.” North Carolina Historical Review 57 (April 1980): 1-16.

*Stokes, Durward T. “Nathaniel Rochester in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 38 (October 1961): 467-481.

*Taylor, H. Braughn. “The Foreign Attachment Law and the Coming of the Revolution in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (January 1975): 20-36.

*Thorne, Dorothy Gilbert. “North Carolina Friends and the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 38 (July 1961): 323-340.

*Watson, Alan D. “The Committees of Safety and the Coming of the American Revolution in North Carolina, 1774-1776.” North Carolina Historical Review 73 (April 1996): 131-155.

*Weir, Robert M. “North Carolina’s Reaction to the Currency Act of 1764.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (April 1963): 183-199.


Science and Nature

*Hairr, John . “John Lawson’s Observations on the Animals of Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 312-332.

*Latham, Eva C., and Patricia M. Samford. “Naturalist, Explorer, and Town Father—John Lawson and Bath.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 250-264.

*Mathewes, Perry. “John Lawson the Naturalist.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 333-348.

*Powell, William S. “Creatures of Carolina from Roanoke Island to Purgatory Mountain.” North Carolina Historical Review 50 (April 1973): 155-168.

Rights, Douglas L. “The Buffalo in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 9 (July 1932): 242-249.

*Shields, E. Thompson, Jr . “A New Voyage to Carolina: Publication of a Classic of North Caroliniana.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 298-311.

*Simpson, Marcus B., Jr. “Copperplate Illustrations in Dr. John Brickell’s Natural History of North-Carolina (1737): Sources for the Provincial Map, Flora, and Fauna.” North Carolina Historical Review 62 (April 1985): 119-156.

*Simpson, Marcus B., Jr., and Sallie W. Simpson. “The Pursuit of Leviathan: A History of Whaling on the North Carolina Coast.” North Carolina Historical Review 65 (January 1988): 1-51.

*——. “The Reverend John Clayton’s Letters to the Royal Society of London, 1693-1694: An Important Source for Dr. John Brickell’s Natural History of North-Carolina, 1737.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (January 1977): 1-16.

*——. “Thomas Hariot’s A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, 1588: An Additional Source for Dr. John Brickell’s Natural History of North-Carolina, 1737.” North Carolina Historical Review 58 (April 1981): 155-162.

*Taylor, Mark T. “Seiners and Tongers: North Carolina Fisheries in the Old and New South.” North Carolina Historical Review 69 (January 1992): 1-36.

Wilson, Eddie W. “The Gourd in Southern History.” North Carolina Historical Review 26 (July 1949): 300-305.


Slavery and Servitude

*Africa, Philip. “Slaveholding in the Salem Community, 1771-1851.” North Carolina Historical Review 54 (July 1977): 271-307.

*Brewer, James Howard. “Legislation Designed to Control Slavery in Wilmington and Fayetteville.” North Carolina Historical Review 30 (April 1953): 155-166. [Colonial and antebellum North Carolina.]

*Clark, Ernest James, Jr. “Aspects of the North Carolina Slave Code, 1715-1860.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (April 1962): 148-164.

*Fenn, Elizabeth A. “ ‘A Perfect Equality Seemed to Reign’: Slave Society and Jonkonnu.” North Carolina Historical Review 65 (April 1988): 127-153.

Gehrke, William Herman. “Negro Slavery Among the Germans in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 14 (October 1937): 307-324. [Primary emphasis on post-revolutionary North Carolina.]

*Kay, Marvin L. Michael, and Lorin Lee Cary. “Slave Runaways in Colonial North Carolina, 1748-1775.” North Carolina Historical Review 63 (January 1986): 1-39.

*Minchinton, Walter E. “The Seaborne Slave Trade of North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 71 (January 1994): 1-61.

Morris, Francis Grave, and Phyllis Mary Morris. “Economic Conditions in North Carolina about 1780, Part II-Ownership of Town Lots, Slaves, and Cattle.” North Carolina Historical Review 16 (July 1939): 296-327.

*Opper, Peter Kent. “North Carolina Quakers: Reluctant Slaveholders.” North Carolina Historical Review 52 (January 1975): 20-36. [Primary emphasis on post-revolutionary North Carolina.]

Taylor, R. H. “Slave Conspiracies in North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 5 (January 1928): 20-34. [Colonial through antebellum eras.]

*Watson, Alan D. “North Carolina Slave Courts, 1715-1785.” North Carolina Historical Review 60 (January 1983): 24-36.


Tercentenary Commission

*Phillips, John D. F. “The Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission.” North Carolina Historical Review 38 (April 1961): 191-193.


Transportation

Clonts, F. W. “Travel and Transportation in Colonial North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 3 (1926): 16-35.

Crittenden, Charles Christopher. “Inland Navigation in North Carolina, 1763-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review (April 1931): 145-154.

——. “Overland Travel and Transportation in North Carolina, 1763-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (July 1931): 239-257.

——. “The Seacoast in North Carolina History, 1763-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review 7 (October 1930): 433-442.

——. “Ships and Shipping in North Carolina, 1763-1789.” North Carolina Historical Review 8 (January 1931): 1-13.

*Glasgow, Tom, Jr. “HMS ‘Tiger’.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (April 1966): 115-121.

*Kay, Marvin L. Michael, and William S. Price Jr. “ ‘To Ride the Wood Mare’: Road Building and Militia Service in Colonial North Carolina, 1740-1775.” North Carolina Historical Review 57 (October 1980): 361-409.

*Margolin, Samuel G. “ ‘Contrary to All Law and Justice’: The Unauthorized Salvage of Stranded and Sunken Vessels in the Greater Chesapeake, 1698-1750.” North Carolina Historical Review 72 (January 1995): 1-29.

*Watson, Alan D. “The Ferry in Colonial North Carolina: A Vital Link in Transportation.” North Carolina Historical Review 51 (July 1974): 247-260.

*——. “Regulation and Administration of Roads and Bridges in Colonial Eastern North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 45 (October 1968): 399-417.


Women

*Lewis, Johanna Miller. “Women Artisans in Backcountry North Carolina, 1753-1790.” North Carolina Historical Review 68 (July 1991): 214-236.

*McGill, Kathy O . “‘The Most Industrious Sex’: John Lawson’s Carolina Women Domesticate the Land.” North Carolina Historical Review 88 (July 2011): 280-297.

*Spindel, Donna J. “Women’s Civil Actions in the North Carolina Higher Courts, 1670-1730.” North Carolina Historical Review 71 (April 1994): 151-173.

Spruill, Julia Cherry. “Southern Housewives Before the Revolution.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (January 1936): 25-46.

——. “Women in the Founding of the Southern Colonies.” North Carolina Historical Review 13 (July 1936): 202-218.

*Watson, Alan D. “Women in Colonial North Carolina: Overlooked and Underestimated.” North Carolina Historical Review 58 (January 1981): 1-22.

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