North Carolina's Revolutionary Founders

Troy L. Kickler (Hrsg.), Jeff Broadwater (Hrsg.)

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Geschichte

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This collection of essays profiles a diverse array of North Carolinians, all of whom had a hand in the founding of the state and the United States of America. It includes stories of how men who stood together to fight the British soon chose opposing sides in political debates over the ratification of the supreme law of the land, the Constitution. It also includes accounts of women, freedmen, and Native Americans, whose narratives shed light on the important roles of marginalized peoples in the Revolutionary South. Together, the essays reveal the philosophical views and ideology of North Carolina's revolutionaries.
Contributors: Jeff Broadwater, Jennifer Davis-Davis, Lloyd Johnson, Benjamin R. Justesen, Troy L. Kickler, Scott King-Owen, James MacDonald, Maggie Hartley Mitchell, Karl Rodabaugh, Kyle Scott, Jason Stroud, Michael Toomey, and Willis P. Whichard.

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James Iredell, Halifax Resolves, Anti-Federalism in North Carolina, Richard Caswell, North Carolina and the Bill of Rights, Archibald Murphey, Willie Jones, North Carolina and the Constitution, Samuel Spencer, Edenton Tea Party, John Chavis, Hillsborough Convention, Hugh Williamson, John Sevier, William Hooper, John Penn, state of Franklin, Catawba in the American Revolution, Joseph Hewes, Penelope Barker, Sr., Federalism in North Carolina, Nathanial Macon, Fayetteville Convention, Moore's Creek Bridge, North Carolina and the American Revolution, William R. Davie, Richard Dobbs Spaight