2 edition of Journal of a tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, 1787 found in the catalog.
Journal of a tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, 1787
At head of title: The University of North Carolina.
|Statement||edited by Lida Tunstall Rodman.|
|Series||James Sprunt historical publications -- v. 17, no. 2|
|Contributions||Rodman, Lida Tunstall.|
|LC Classifications||F251 .J28 vol. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||23027265|
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(title page) Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, (series) James Sprunt historical publications ; vol. 17, no. 2 William Attmore Lida Tunstall Rodman 46 p. Chapel Hill Published by the University Call number C J28 v.
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Attmore, William, Journal of a tour to North Carolina. Chapel Hill, The University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William Attmore; Lida Tunstall Rodman.
Attmore, William, d. and Rodman, Lida Tunstall Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, Travel (North Carolina) By William Attmore and Lida Tunstall Rodman. Published by North Carolina Historical Society.
The Journal of an Excursion to the United States of North America in the Summer of Travel (North America) Henry Wansey: Published Filed under: Attmore, William, -- Diaries. Journal of a Tour to North Carolina ( journal published in ), by William Attmore, ed.
by Lida Tunstall Rodman (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC) Filed under: Authors, American -- 19th century -- Diaries. William Attmore, Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), pp Charles Christopher Crittenden, The Commerce of North Carolina (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), p Loy, Washington and the Pamlico, pp.
Reed, Beaufort County, p. This holiday season, don’t settle for store-bought egg nog. Make your own, the way they used to in eighteenth-century North Carolina. We found this recipe in William Attmore’s Journal of a Tour to North Carolina, (James Sprunt Historical Publications vol.
17. Between June and Junethe Maritime Studies Program at East Carolina University (ECU) conducted three underwater archaeological field schools in Washington, North Carolina. During these projects, archaeologists and students examined the bottom of the harbor of Washington, near Castle Island for submerged cultural resources, and Author: Bradley A.
Rodgers, Nathan Richards, Franklin H. Price, Brian Clayton, Andrew Pietruszka, Heather Wh. Pioneers of North Carolina Moses and Elizabeth Prevatte by L. Rhea Taylor. This is a copy of L.
Rhea Taylor's book "Pioneers of North Carolina", Moses and Elizabeth Prevatte (aka Privett) Taylor. JOURNAL OF A TOUR TO NORTH CAROLINA BY WILLIAM ATTMORE EARLY DESCRIPTION OF NEW BERN, NC.
Attmore, William. Journal of Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), pp A Backward Glance Facts of Life in Chapel Hill. Compiled by The Chapel Hill Bicentennial Commission, Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Changes in Chapel Hill during the Past Twenty Years.".
This holiday season, don’t settle for store-bought egg nog. Make your own, the way they used to in eighteenth-century North Carolina. We found this recipe in William Attmore’s Journal of a Tour to North Carolina, (James Sprunt Historical Publications vol. 17 no. 2.,pp. ): Tuesday, December This Morning according to.
Price," The North Carolina Historical Review, III (), John Wallace was often called "Governor." 8 Charles Christopher Crittenden, The Commerce of North Carolina, (New Haven, ), p.
10 Lida Tunstall Rodman, ed., "The Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Att more, ," James Sprunt Historical Publications. Attmore, William. Journal of a Tour to North Carolina, ; reprinted, Chapel Hill, William H.
Sketches of North Carolina; New York, Fries, *The sources listed in this bibliography are the major ones used or consulted in the preparation of this book. The author hopes they will lead the student and the scholar to more.
Francis Asbury in North Carolina: The North Carolina Portions of The Journal of Francis Asbury. Edited by Grady L. Carroll. Nashville, Tenn., Ashe, Samuel A.
A Biographical History of North Carolina, from Colonial Times to the Present. 8 vols. Greensboro, Attmore, William. "Journal. William Attmore () was a merchant and shipper of Philadelphia, Pa., and New Bern, N.C., who married Sarah Sitgreaves () of New Bern in They had four children including a son, George Sitgreaves Attmore.
Inwhen William Tryon succeeded Arthur Dobbs as royal governor, North Carolina was the only colony that did not have an official post system, leaving a gap in communications between the northern colonies, South Carolina, and Georgia.
Tryon attempted to ameliorate the situation by funding the rebuilding and maintenance of the route, but by. One volume includes a sea log for a voyage from Philadelphia to St.
Croix inas well as the journal of an overland trip undertaken by Isaac Jones and Hugh Howell to North Carolina in In it, Jones mentions being detained in one town while the local committee investigated them.In William Attmore, a native of Philadelphia, visited Washington.
He arrived by ship on muster day when the militia of the county gathered to drill. He found the town filled with people and many disorders and some fighting kept the authorities busy.
By this time Washington had grown to about sixty families.- Explore claudiahouston1's board "New Bern Historical Society", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about New bern, Historical society and Bern pins.