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Published in [Baltimore, Md.] .
Written in English

  • Political parties -- North Carolina.,
  • State rights,
  • North Carolina -- Politics and government

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    StatementBy Henry McGilbert Wagstaff.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 l.
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23369848M

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His chief field of teaching was English history, but he published several monographs on the history of North Carolina, important among them being State Rights and Political Parties in North Carolina, (), and Federalism in North Carolina (). Between and thirteen British colonies emerged as a new independent nation The United States of ng in the American Revolutionary War started between colonial militias and the British Army in The Second Continental Congress issued the Declaration of Independence on July 4, Under the leadership of General George Washington, the.

A Response to Courtright. (Durham, ); H. Wagstaff, State Rights and Political Parties in North Carolina, (Baltimore, ); Clarence C. Wagstaff’s State Rights and Political Parties in NC outlines the highlights of political history in the Tar Heel State from the beginning of the Revolutionary War to the beginning of the Civil War.

Though it covered a great amount of time in the state’s history, more focus was put into the politics immediately leading up to the Civil War. An excellent prewar account is Guion Griffis Johnson, Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History (Chapel Hill, ), while Henry McGilbert Wagstaff, State Rights and Political Parties in North Carolina, – (“The Johns Hopkins Studies in Historical and Political Science,” XXIV, Nos.

7–8; Baltimore, ) depicts the Unionist. HJ6 State rights and political parties in North Carolina - by Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert HJ6 A study of slavery in New Jersey by Cooley, Henry Scofield HJ6 Sumptuary law in Nürnberg; a study in paternal government by Greenfield, Kent Roberts, 75 – Henry McGilbert Wagstaff – State Rights and Political Parties in North Carolina – 76 – David O Stewart – The Lincoln Deception.

77 – Criswell Freeman, ed. – The Book of Southern Wisdom: Common Sense and Uncommon Genius from Great Southerners. 78 – Henson P Barnes – Work in Progress: The North Carolina. William Woods Holden (Novem – March 1, ) was the 38th and 40th Governor of North Carolina in and from to He was the leader of the state's Republican Party during was the second governor in American history to be impeached, and the first to be removed from is the only North Carolina governor to have been.

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Connor, North Carolina, II, ; Johnson, Ante-Bellum North Carolina, pp. The author is indebted to John V. Mering for suggesting the distinction between the Whig and.

Federal Coercion and National Constitutional Identity in the United StatesAmerican Journal of Legal History,pp.Vol Issue 3, Author: Pekka Pohjankoski. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, viii, p. Bibliographical notes. Morrison, Michael A. Slavery and the American West: the Eclipse of Manifest Destiny and the Coming of the Civil War.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, xii. "The political parties are threatened as the number of interest groups has mushroomed, with more and more of them operating offices in Washington, D.C., and representing themselves directly to Congress and federal agencies," says Michael Schudson in his book The Good Citizen: A History of American Civic Life.

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