The Way We Lived in North Carolina

The University of North Carolina Press


BIBLIOGRAPHY

NATIVES & NEWCOMERS || AN INDEPENDENT PEOPLE || CLOSE TO THE LAND || THE QUEST FOR PROGRESS || EXPRESS LANES & COUNTRY ROADS

Part I. Natives and Newcomers NORTH CAROLINA BEFORE 1770

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Blethen, H. Tyler, and Curtis W. Wood Jr. From Ulster to Carolina: The Migration of the Scotch-Irish to Southwestern North Carolina. Raleigh, 1999.

Boyd, William K., ed. Some Eighteenth Century Tracts concerning North Carolina. Raleigh, 1927.

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Caruthers, Eli W. Interesting Revolutionary Incidents and Sketches of Character. Philadelphia, 1856.

Clifton, James M. "Golden Grains of White: Rice Planting on the Lower Cape Fear." North Carolina Historical Review 50 (1973): 365-93.

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Cross, Jerry L. "Historical Research Report for the Palmer-Marsh House, Bath, North Carolina." Report, North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1976.

Crow, Jeffrey J. The Black Experience in Revolutionary North Carolina. Raleigh, 1977.

Cruickshank, Helen G., ed. John and William Bartram's America. New York, 1957.

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Johnson, Frank Roy. The Tuscaroras. 2 vols. Murfreesboro, N.C., 1968.

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Kay, Marvin L. Michael, and Lorin Lee Cary. "Class, Mobility, and Conflict in North Carolina on the Eve of the Revolution." In The Southern Experience in the American Revolution, edited by Jeffrey J. Crow and Larry E. Tise. Chapel Hill, 1978.

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Lee, E. Lawrence. Indian Wars in North Carolina, 1663-1763. Raleigh, 1963.

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Lee, Robert E. Blackbeard the Pirate: A Reappraisal of His Life and Times. Winston-Salem, 1974.

Lefler, Hugh T., and William S. Powell. Colonial North Carolina: A History. New York, 1973.

Lewis, T. M. N., and Madeline Kneberg. "Oconaluftee Indian Village: An Interpretation of a Cherokee Community of 1750." Report, Cherokee Historical Association, 1954.

Mathis, Mark A., and Jeffrey J. Crow. The Prehistory of North Carolina: An Archaeological Symposium. Raleigh, 2000.

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

Merrens, Harry Roy. Colonial North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century: A Study in Historical Geography. Chapel Hill, 1964.

Meyer, Duane. The Highland Scots of North Carolina. Raleigh, 1968.

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Mooney, James. Myths of the Cherokee. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1900. Reprint. New York, 1970.

Morgan, Edmund S. American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia. New York, 1975.

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Ramsey, Robert W. Carolina Cradle: Settlement of the Northwest Carolina Frontier, 1747-1762. Chapel Hill, 1964.

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Part II. An Independent People NORTH CAROLINA, 1770-1820

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   William Gaston Papers
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   Jeremiah Norman's Diary, Stephen B. Weeks Papers
   John Steele Papers

 

Part III. Close to the Land NORTH CAROLINA, 1820-1870

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Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves. Typewritten records prepared by the Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration. Washington, D.C., 1941. Vol. 11 (North Carolina). Microfiche. William R. Perkins Library, Duke University.

Spruill, Julia Cherry. Women's Life and Work in the Southern Colonies. Chapel Hill, 1938.

Stick, David. North Carolina Lighthouses. Raleigh, 1999.

Stowe, Harriet B. Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. Boston, 1856.

Studebaker, Robert B. History of Eagle Lodge. Chapel Hill, n.d.

Tarlton, William S. "Somerset Place and Its Restoration." Report, North Carolina Division of State Parks, 1954.

The Thalian Association of Wilmington, North Carolina, with Sketches of Many of Its Members by a Member of the Association. Wilmington, 1871.

Wall, Bennett H. "Ebenezer Pettigrew: An Economic Study of an Antebellum Planter." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1946.

Weatherly, Andrew Earl. The First Hundred Years of Historic Guilford, 1771-1871. Greensboro, 1972.

West, John F. The Ballad of Tom Dula. Durham, n.d.

Wilson, Peter M. Southern Exposure. Chapel Hill, 1927.

Zuber, Richard L. North Carolina During Reconstruction. Raleigh, 1996.

NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
Greensboro Daily News (special edition), 29 May 1971
Hillsborough Recorder
Milton Chronicle
The State

MANUSCRIPT SOURCES
Manuscript Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham
   James Bennitt Papers
   Campbell Family Papers
   Joseph F. Fowler Papers
   George Hood Papers
   Thomas C. McNeeley Papers
   Alexander McPheeters Papers
   Officers' and Soldiers' Miscellaneous Letters, 1861, Confederate States of America, Archives, Army, Miscellany
   Tillinghast Family Papers
   John Wilson Papers
   John Wilson and Richard T. Smith Account Book

North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh
   Legislative Documents, Session 1848-49, House Document No. 2, "A Memorial Soliciting a State Hospital for the Protection and Care of the Insane"
   Michaux-Randolph Papers: "A Concise Account of the Rise of Camp Meetings"

Southern Historical Collection, Louis R. Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   Asa Biggs Papers
   Cameron Family Papers
   Tod R. Caldwell Papers

 

Part IV. The Quest for Progress NORTH CAROLINA, 1870-1920

PRINTED SOURCES
Ashe, Samuel A., ed. Biographical History of North Carolina from Colonial Times to the Present. 8 vols. Greensboro, 1905.

Baltzell, E. Digby. The Protestant Establishment: Aristocracy and Caste in America. New York, 1964.

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Brawley, James S. Rowan County: A Brief History. Raleigh, 1974.

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Cash, W. J. The Mind of the South. New York, 1941.

Champion, Myra. The Lost World of Thomas Wolfe. Asheville, 1970.

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The City of Raleigh, N.C., and Vicinity: Conditions and Resources. Raleigh, n.d.

Clark, Thomas D. Pills, Petticoats and Plows: The Southern Country Store, 1865-1914. Indianapolis and New York, 1944.

Crow, Jeffrey J., Paul D. Escott, and Flora J. Hatley. A History of African Americans in North Carolina. Raleigh, 2001.

Crum, Mason. The Story of Lake Junaluska. Greensboro, 1950.

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Durden, Robert F. The Dukes of Durham, 1865-1929. Durham, 1975.

Edmonds, Helen G. The Negro and Fusion Politics in North Carolina, 1896-1901. Chapel Hill, 1951.

Edwards, Richard. Contested Terrain: The Transformation of the Work Place in the Twentieth Century. New York, 1979.

Escott, Paul D. Slavery Remembered: A Record of Twentieth-Century Slave Narratives. Chapel Hill, 1979.

Fein, Albert. Frederick Law Olmsted and the American Environmental Tradition. New York, 1972.

Funk, Linda. The Duke Homestead Guidebook. Raleigh, 1978.

Galloway, Dwayne, and Jim Wrinn. Southern Railway's Spencer Shops, 1896-1996. Lynchburg, Va., 1996.

Gavins, Raymond. "Black Leadership in North Carolina to 1900." In The Black Presence in North Carolina, edited by Rodney Barfield and Jeffrey J. Crow. Raleigh, 1978.

Giedion, Sigfried. Mechanization Takes Command. New York, 1948.

Ginns, Patsy Moore. Rough Weather Makes Good Timber: Carolinians Recall. Chapel Hill, 1977.

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Hobbs, Peter Burke. "Plantation to Factory: Tradition and Industrialization in Durham, N.C., 1880-1900." Master's thesis, Duke University, 1971.

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Newman, Dale. "Work and Community Life in a Southern Textile Town." Labor History 19 (Spring 1978): 204-25.

Noblin, Stuart. Leonidas LaFayette Polk, Agrarian Crusader. Chapel Hill, 1949. v Parker, Inez Moore. The Biddle-Johnson C. Smith University Story. Charlotte, 1975.

Parramore, Thomas C. First to Fly: North Carolina and the Beginnings of Aviation. Chapel Hill, 2002.

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Ransom, Robert L., and Richard Sutch. One Kind of Freedom: The Economic Consequences of Emancipation. Cambridge, Mass., 1977.

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NEWSPAPERS
Alamance Gleaner, October and November 1900
Durham Tobacco Plant, 22 February 1882, 8 December 1886 Greensboro Daily News (special edition), 29 May 1971
Raleigh News and Observer, 5 April 1896

MANUSCRIPT SOURCES
Manuscript Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham
    W. Duke Sons & Co. Papers
   Charles N. Hunter Papers
   Stowe Family Papers, Account Book, 1856-74
   Tillinghast Family Papers
   James King Wilkerson Papers, 1898 Almanac
Southern Historical Collection, Louis R. Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   Thomas Settle Papers

INTERVIEWS
Students affiliated with the Southern Oral History Program (SOHP) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Oral History Program (OHP) at Duke University have recovered remarkable materials on North Carolina since 1900 through interviews with men and women whose memories range back to the early twentieth century. Of the interviews used for this work, the following were of special value:

Bessie Buchanan, interviewed by Lanier Rand, SOHP
Luther Ellis Burch, interviewed by Daniel Ellison, SOHP
Thomas Burt, interviewed by Glen Hinson, SOHP
George Carroll, interviewed by Tyler B. Robbins, OHP
I. L. Dean, interviewed by Richard C. Franck, OHP
Pearl DeZern Martin, interviewed by Vickie W. Martin, OHP
James Dorman, interviewed by Sydney Nathans, OHP
Ethel Faucette, interviewed by Allen Tullos, SOHP
Paul Faucette, interviewed by Allen Tullos, SOHP
Fred Greenhill, interviewed by Tyler B. Robbins, OHP
John Maynard Jones, interviewed by Dolores Janiewski, OHP
Ethel Lovell, interviewed by Julia L. Frey, OHP
Reginald Mitchener, interviewed by Glen Hinson, SOHP
Charles Murray, interviewed by Brent Glass, SOHP
Zelma Montgomery Murray, interviewed by Brent Glass, SOHP
Janie Cameron Riley, interviewed by George McDaniel, OHP
Daisy J. Weadon, interviewed by Mark Weadon, OHP

In addition to these university collections, two independent interviews have also been used:

Elizabeth Williams, interviewed by Elizabeth Turner. Notes of interview in possession of interviewer.

Interview of Fred Loring Seely Jr. In Our Appalachia: An Oral History, edited by Laurel Shackelford and Bill Weinberg. New York, 1977.

 

Part V. Express Lanes and Country Roads NORTH CAROLINA, 1920-2001

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Barefoot, Pamela, and Burt Kornegay. Mules and Memories: A Photo Documentary of the Tobacco Farmer. Winston-Salem, 1978.

Bell, John L. Hard Times: Beginnings of the Great Depression in North Carolina, 1929-1933. Raleigh, 1982.

Bledsoe, Jerry. The World's Number One, Flat-Out, All-Time Great Stock Car Racing Book. Garden City, N.Y., 1975.

Blythe, LeGette. William Henry Belk. Chapel Hill, 1950.

Boyd, William K. The Story of Durham: City of the New South. Durham, 1925.

Brinton, Hugh Penn. "The Negro in Durham." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1930.

Burlington Industries. The Spencer Love Story. Burlington, N.C., 1962.

Carter, Wilmoth. The Urban Negro in the South. New York, 1961.

Cecelski, David S. Along Freedom Road: Hyde County, North Carolina, and the Fate of Black Schooling in the South. Chapel Hill, 1994.

Chafe, William H. Civilities and Civil Rights: Greensboro, North Carolina, and the Black Struggle for Freedom. New York, 1980.

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Coates, Albert. By Her Own Bootstraps: A Saga of Women in North Carolina. Chapel Hill, 1975.

Cope, Robert F., and Manly Wade Wellman. The County of Gaston. Charlotte, 1961.

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Marcello, Ronald E. "The North Carolina Works Progress Administration and the Politics of Relief." Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1968.

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Moore, James L., and Thomas H. Wingate. Cabarrus Reborn: A Historical Sketch of the Founding and Development of Cannon Mills Company and Kannapolis. Kannapolis, N.C., 1940.

Murray, Pauli. Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family. New York, 1956.

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Paths toward Freedom: A Biographical History of Blacks and Indians in North Carolina by Blacks and Indians. Raleigh, 1976.

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Salmond, John A. The Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-1942. Durham, 1967.

Saunders, W. O. The Book of Ham. Elizabeth City, N.C., 1924.

Sewell, Joseph L. "The Only Negro Deaf-Mute Lawyer in the United States." The Silent Worker, March 1927.

Shackelford, Laurel, and Bill Weinberg, eds. Our Appalachia: An Oral History. New York, 1977.

Sharpe, Bill. Tar on My Heels. Winston-Salem, 1946.

Taylor, Rosser H. Carolina Crossroads. Murfreesboro, N.C., 1966.

Terrill, Tom E., and Jerrold Hirsch, eds. Such as Us: Southern Voices of the Thirties. Chapel Hill, 1978.

Terkel, Studs. Hard Times: An Oral History of the Great Depression. New York, 1970.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. The Port of Wilmington, N.C. Pt. 2. Washington, D.C., 1961.

Wadelington, Charles W., and Richard F. Knapp. Charlotte Hawkins Brown and Palmer Memorial Institute: What One Young African American Woman Could Do. Chapel Hill, 1999.

Watson, Helen R. "The Grocery Stores of Yesteryear." The State, March 1980.

Waynick, Capus. North Carolina Roads and Their Builders. Vol. 1. Raleigh, 1952.

Weare, Walter B. Black Business in the New South: A Social History of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. Urbana, Ill., 1973.

Wilson: A Special Supplement to the New East Magazine. Greenville, N.C., 1973.

Wilson, Terry P. The Cart that Changed the World. Norman, Okla., 1978.

Wolcott, Reed M. Rose Hill. New York, 1976.

Wolfe, Tom. "The Last American Hero is Junior Johnson, Yes!" Esquire, March 1965.

Wolfe, Thomas. Look Homeward, Angel. New York, 1929.

NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
Greensboro Daily News (special edition), 29 May 1971
Research and Farming
The State
Tar Heel: The Magazine of North Carolina
We the People of North Carolina
Clipping File, North Carolina Collection, Louis R. Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

MANUSCRIPT SOURCES
Manuscript Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham
   Durham Chamber of Commerce Papers
   Robert P. Harriss Papers
   Hemphill Family Papers

North Carolina Collection, Louis R. Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   Stutz, Carleton, and Peter A. Maxfield. "Tobacco Bag Stringing Operations in North Carolina and Virginia." Richmond, 1939.

Southern Historical Collection, Louis R. Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   Howard W. Odum Subregional Photo Study
   Southern Oral History Program, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   Julius Fry, interviewed by William Finger
   Zelma Murray, interviewed by Brent Glass
   Lacy Wright, interviewed by William Finger and Charles Hughes

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