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From the PublisherA useful reference for historians yet accessible to a general audience as well.
Journal of Southern History
Its uniqueness gives it wings and its incomparable execution is sure to earn it accolades in more than one field.
[F]ills in some of the holes left in other books that claim to tell how North Carolina came to be.
Raleigh News and Observer
Stunning in scope, elegantly presented, and meticulously researched.
Alan D. Watson, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
This is a book for all North Carolinians of whatever race, age or sex.
Anne Firor Scott, Duke University