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Click to enlargeSociety in Early North Carolina: <br>A Documentary History

Edited by Alan D. Watson

Presents the marvelous diversity of life among North Carolinians
prior to 1800 through carefully selected correspondence, journals,
travel accounts, court proceedings, deeds, wills, inventories of
estates, church records, newspapers, and other documentary
evidence. The documents in this volume reveal the character of
early Carolinians, their homes and furnishings, and family life.
Other chapters focus on religion, education, recreation and
entertainment, criminality, health and mortality, towns, travel,
and taverns.

Paperbound. Pp. xiii, 359. Illus. Index. (2nd printing, 2010) (t)

Society in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History is the first volume in the
Documentary Histories of Early North Carolina
series. The two subsequent volumes
are African Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History (2005) and
Native Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History (2013)

To purchase all three titles in the Documentary Histories of Early North Carolina series,
at a 45% discount off the cost of purchasing all three books separately,click here.




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