North Carolina's revolutionary founders /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Broadwater, Jeff (Editor), Kickler, Troy (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [2019]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction. North Carolina in an age of revolution / Jeff Broadwater and Troy L. Kickler
  • Part I. The revolutionaries. Treasonous tea: the Edenton Tea Party of 1774 / Maggie Hartley Mitchell
  • Declaring independence: William Hooper, Joseph Hewes, and John Penn / Jeff Broadwater
  • Part II. The West. Caught between two fires: the Catawba and the Cherokee choose sides in the American Revolution / James MacDonald
  • Our common country: John Sevier and the American Revolution / Michael Toomey
  • Part III. The federalists. Hugh Williamson: North Carolina federalist / Jennifer Davis-Doyle
  • An ordinary founder: Richard Dobbs Spaight Sr. / Karl Rodabaugh
  • The political views of Richard Caswell and the founding of the new nation / Lloyd Johnson
  • James Iredell: revolutionist, constitutionalist, jurist / Willis P. Whichard
  • Part IV. The anti-federalists. Samuel Spencer, anti-federalist / Jason Stroud
  • Willie Jones / Kyle Scott
  • Part V. The legatees of the Revolution. William R. Davie: North Carolina's patriot partisan / Scott King-Owen
  • John Chavis: quiet leader of an early revolution / Benjamin R. Justesen
  • Two North Carolinians, same goal, different approaches: an examination of the political lives and philosophies of Nathaniel Macon and Archibald D. Murphey / Troy L. Kickler.