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A Defense Of The Revolutionary History Of The State Of North Carolina

From The Aspersions Of Mr. Jefferson

by Joseph Seawell Jones

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages354
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10571973M
ISBN 100548272239
ISBN 109780548272237

  A few volumes were compiled during the war by the district auditors on the occasion of their issuing or reissuing specie certificates; but most volumes were compiled between and , to explain and detail North Carolina’s Revolutionary War expenditures when the state’s military accounts with the Federal Government were being settled. He served in the colonial assembly from , and when North Carolina moved toward independence, he served on Committees of Correspondence and in North Carolina’s Provincial Councils. After the Revolutionary War, he was a state legislator and a .

  One of the original 13 colonies, North Carolina was the first state to instruct its delegates to vote for independence from the British crown during the Continental Congress. The most complete military roster for the state, this monumental work contains the names of approximat soldiers from North Carolina who served during the Revolution. Service records include such information as rank, company, date of enlistment or commission, period of service, combat experience, and whether captured, wounded, or killed.

Research, Genealogy and Local History (Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina Genealogical Society, ). 2 Weynette Parks Haun, in North Carolina Revolutionary War Army Accounts Secretary of State Treasurer’s & These articles originally appeared as a series the NCGS News, the newsletter of the North Carolina Genealogical Society. Fort Dobbs State Historic Site. (November 7, ). Kay, Marvin L. Michael, and William S. Price Jr. “ ‘To Ride the Wood Mare’: Road Building and Militia Service in Colonial North Carolina, ” North Carolina Historical Review 57 (October ): Wheeler, E. Milton. “Development and Organization of the North Carolina.


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A Defense Of The Revolutionary History Of The State Of North Carolina by Joseph Seawell Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

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