4 edition of History of North Carolina. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By John Lawson ... Being a reprint of the copy now in the North Carolina State Library, presented by President James Madison, in the year 1831.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Olds, Fred A., Byrd, William, 1674-1744.|
|LC Classifications||F257 .L44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 171 p. incl. facsim.|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||06045321|
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The History Club meets every Friday from PM in Withers Hall North Carolina’s beginnings were tied closely to the earliest attempts at English colonization of North America. Roanoke Island in the northeast, a part of the heavily indented and island-fringed coast, was the site of the famous “lost colony” that vanished sometime after the original landing in This eastern region retains some of the flavour of colonial life, while the Piedmont.This history of North Carolina is too long and comprehensive (tons of statistics) to be a really good read, but it is sound and informative, covering North Carolina from its colonial origins to For the first years of European settlement, North Carolinians hated taxes and government with a passion that matches Tea Party/Conservative /5.