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North Carolina: Change and Tradition in a Southern State, Second Edition

North Carolina: Change and Tradition in a Southern State, Second Edition

William A. Link

ISBN: 978-1-119-45336-9

Nov 2017, Wiley-Blackwell

544 pages

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Preface and Acknowledgments ix

Part 1 Colonial North Carolina 1

1 European Invasion 3

2 Origins of North Carolina 24

3 A Slave Society 44

Suggested Readings, Part 61

Document Section, Part 64

Part 2 The Revolutionary Republic 79

4 Immigrants and the Back country World 81

5 The Age of Revolution 101

6 The New Republic 124

Suggested Readings, Part2  146

Document Section, Part 2 149

Part 3 The Civil War Crisis 161

7 Social Change in Antebellum North Carolina 163

8 Political Parties and the Coming of the Civil War 184

9 The Civil War 201

Suggested Readings, Part 222

Document Section, Part 227

Part 4 Reconstruction and Its Aftermath 237

10 Reconstruction 239

11 Social Change in the Post-Reconstruction Era 260

12 Populism and the Crisis of the 279

Suggested Readings, Part 300

Document Section, Part 303

Part 5 Modernizing North Carolina 315

13 Progressive North Carolina 317

14 WorldWar I and the  343

15 Depression, New Deal, and WorldWar II 367

Suggested Readings, Part 392

Document Section, Part 395

Part 6 Toward the Twenty-First Century 409

16 Postwar North Carolina 411

17 The Civil Rights Revolution 435

18 Modernizers and Traditionalists 458

Suggested Readings, Part 6 481

Document Section, Part 6 484

Appendix 495

State Symbols 495

Governors 495

United States Senators 498

North Carolina Population, 1790–2010 500

Index 501