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Scattered to the Wind : An Evaluation of the Disaster Landscape of Coastal North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2012)
Coastal North Carolina has had a long and intimate relationship with severe weather events, the outcome of which has affected the physical, economical, and social structures of the State. The primary objective of this ...
"He Has Earned the Right of Citizenship" : The Black Soldiers of North Carolina in the Civil War; A Comment on Historiography, Treatment, and Pensions.
(East Carolina University, 2015)
The Frederick C. Douglass Papers, held at the Joyner Library of East Carolina University are an important source of information concerning the black soldiers of North Carolina. Many historians have written about the various ...
The Representation of Women at Old Salem Museums and Gardens
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Old Salem Museums and Gardens is an open air museum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that presents the history of the city's original settlement. The museum contains one of the first official historic districts in the ...
Where Were the Whalers? An Investigation of the Archaeological, Historical, and Cultural Influences of North Carolina Whaling
(East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
The purpose of this study is to examine ex situ material culture associated with North Carolina shore whaling in an attempt to clarify, contest, or confirm the nature of the industry as it existed on the coast of North ...