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John Motley Morehead and the development of North Carolina, 1796-1866.

Burton Alva Konkle

John Motley Morehead and the development of North Carolina, 1796-1866.

by Burton Alva Konkle

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Published by Reprint Co. in Spartanburg, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Morehead, John Motley, 1796-1866.,
    • North Carolina -- History -- 1775-1865.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF258 .M835 1971
      The Physical Object
      Pagination437 p.
      Number of Pages437
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4769090M
      ISBN 100871520672
      LC Control Number78149347
      OCLC/WorldCa143272

      A list of Historical Markers or Monuments about Search Results. The Desert Inn was founded as a trading post in the late s. The present building dates before and served as a supply and recreational center for cattle drovers, lumber men and tourists during the era when much of Osceola County was still. . Relatives: Son of John Morehead and Obedience (Motley) Morehead; married, September 6, , to Ann Lindsay; cousin of James Turner Morehead; father of Corrina Mary Morehead (who married William Waigstill Avery). See Morehead family of North Carolina. .

      John Motley Morehead () — of Guilford County, N.C. Born in Pittsylvania County, Va., July 4, Whig. Lawyer; railroad promoter; member of North Carolina house of commons, , , ; Governor of North Carolina, ; Delegate from North Carolina to the Confederate Provisional Congress, Apr 12,  · Until its capture by the Union army in , Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world. The “Gibraltar of the South” protected the port of Wilmington and ensured that the Confederacy had at least one “lifeline” until the last few months of the Civil War. Confederate blockade runners had little difficulty eluding the U.S. blockade, and Colonel William Lamb, the.

      Mar 21,  · The right of a state to separate from the Federal Union was not seriously questioned during the formation of the American Republic and had even been contemplated by some New England states during the War of North Carolina’s secession, however, was more in accord with the doctrines of John C. Calhoun () of South Carolina. During the War of Brunswick County raised a company of North Carolina Militia, and Fort Caswell, at the mouth of the Cape Fear River, was built in Wilmington was then the largest city in North .


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