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School History of North Carolina:from 1584 to the present time电子书

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作       者:Moore, John W. (John Wheeler)

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出版时间:2017-11-28

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The State of North Carolina is included between the parallels 34° and 362° north latitude, and between the meridians 752° and 842° west longitude. Its western boundary is the crest of the Smoky Mountains, which, with the Blue Ridge, forms a part of the great Appalachian system, extending almost from the mouth of the St. Lawrence to the Gulf of Mexico; its eastern is the Atlantic Ocean. Its mean breadth from north to south is about one hundred miles; its extreme breadth is one hundred and eighty-eight miles. The extreme length of the State from east to west is five hundred miles. The area embraced within its boundaries is fifty-two thousand two hundred and eighty-six square miles.
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CHAPTER I. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION OF NORTH CAROLINA.

CHAPTER II. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION-Continued.

CHAPTER III. GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS.

CHAPTER IV. THE INDIANS.

CHAPTER V. SIR WALTER RALEIGH

CHAPTER VI. DISCOVERY OF NORTH CAROLINA.

CHAPTER VII. GOVERNOR LANE'S COLONY.

CHAPTER VIII. GOVERNOR WHITE'S COLONY.

CHAPTER IX. THE FATE OF RALEIGH.

CHAPTER X. KING CHARLES II. AND THE LORDS PROPRIETORS.

CHAPTER XI. GOVERNOR DRUMMOND AND SIR JOHN YEAMANS.

CHAPTER XII. GOVERNOR STEPHENS AND THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONS.

CHAPTER XIII. EARLY GOVERNORS AND THEIR TROUBLES.

CHAPTER XIV. LORD CARTERET ADDS A NEW TROUBLE.

CHAPTER XV. THOMAS CAREY AND THE TUSCARORA WAR

CHAPTER XVI. GOVERNOR EDEN AND BLACK-BEARD.

CHAPTER XVII. GOVERNOR GABRIEL JOHNSTON.

CHAPTER XVIII. THE PIRATES AND OTHER ENEMIES.

CHAPTER XIX. GOVERNOR ARTHUR DOBBS.

CHAPTER XX. GOVERNOR TRYON AND THE FIRST RESISTANCE TO THE STAMP ACTS.

CHAPTER XXI. GOVERNOR TRYON AND THE REGULATORS.

CHAPTER XXII. GOVERNOR MARTIN AND THE REVOLUTION.

CHAPTER XXIII. FIRST PROVINCIAL CONGRESS.

CHAPTER XXIV. THE SECOND PROVINCIAL CONGRESS.

CHAPTER XXV. THE CONGRESS AT HILLSBORO.

CHAPTER XXVI. THE BATTLE OF MOORES CREEK BRIDGE.

CHAPTER XXVII. FOURTH PROVINCIAL CONGRESS DECLARES INDEPENDENCE.

CHAPTER XXVIII. ADOPTION OF A STATE CONSTITUTION.

CHAPTER XXIX. THE WAR CONTINUED.

CHAPTER XXX. STONY POINT AND CHARLESTON.

CHAPTER XXXI. THE BATTLES OF RAMSOUR'S MILL AND CAMDEN COURT HOUSE.

CHAPTER XXXII. SECOND INVASION OF THE STATE—BATTLE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN.

CHAPTER XXXIII. CORNWALLIS'S LAST INVASION.

CHAPTER XXXIV. BATTLE OF GUILFORD COURT HOUSE.

CHAPTER XXXV. FANNING AND HIS BRUTALITIES— CAPTURE OF GOVERNOR BURKE.

CHAPTER XXXVI. PEACE AND INDEPENDENCE

CHAPTER XXXVII. THE STATE OF FRANKLIN.

CHAPTER XXXVIII. FORMATION OF THE UNION.

CHAPTER XXXIX. FRANCE AND AMERICA.

CHAPTER XL. THE FEDERALISTS AND THE REPUBLICANS.

CHAPTER XLI. CLOSING OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.

CHAPTER XLII. GROWTH AND EXPANSION.

CHAPTER XLIII. SECOND WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN.

CHAPTER XLIV. AFTER THE STORM.

CHAPTER XLV. THE WHIGS AND THE DEMOCRATS.

CHAPTER XLVI. THE CONDITION OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER XLVII. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS—THE COURTS AND THE BAR.

CHAPTER XLVIII. ORIGIN OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

CHAPTER XLIX. SLAVERY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER L. THE MEXICAN WAR.

CHAPTER LI. THE NORTH CAROLINA RAILWAY AND THE ASYLUMS.

CHAPTER LII. A SPECTRE OF THE PAST REAPPEARS.

CHAPTER LIII. THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL STATUS.

CHAPTER LIV. PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND THE WAR.

CHAPTER LV. THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.

CHAPTER LVI. THE COMBAT DEEPENS.

CHAPTER LVII. THE WAR CONTINUES.

CHAPTER LVIII. WAR AND ITS HORRORS.

CHAPTER LIX. THE DEATH-WOUND AT GETTYSBURG.

CHAPTER LX. GENERAL GRANT AND HIS CAMPAIGN.

CHAPTER LXI. NORTH CAROLINA AND PEACE-MAKING.

CHAPTER LXII. THE WAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE.

CHAPTER LXIII. CONCLUDING SCENES OF THE WAR.

CHAPTER LXIV. REFITTING THE WRECK.

CHAPTER LXV. GOVERNOR WORTH AND PRESIDENT JOHNSON.

CHAPTER LXVI. THE RESULTS OF RECONSTRUCTION.

CHAPTER LXVII. THE RESULTS OF RECONSTRUCTION—Continued.

CHAPTER LXVIII. THE IMPEACHMENT OF GOVERNOR HOLDEN.

CHAPTER LXIX. RESUMPTION OF SELF-GOVERNMENT.

CHAPTER LXX. THE COTTON TRADE AND FACTORIES.

CHAPTER LXXI. PROGRESS OF MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER LXXII. THE RAILROADS AND NEW TOWNS.

CHAPTER LXXIII. LITERATURE AND AUTHORS.

CHAPTER LXXIV. THE COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS.

CHAPTER LXXV. CONCLUSION.

APPENDIX. REMARKS.

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