2 edition of Founders and builders of Greensboro, 1808-1908 found in the catalog.
Founders and builders of Greensboro, 1808-1908
Bettie D. Caldwell
|Statement||compiled by Bettie D. Caldwell.|
|LC Classifications||F264.G8 C2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 356 p.|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||25010026|
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New Wings; an Anthology of Prose and Verse, Written duringby the Children of Greensboro Public Schools, Greensboro, North Carolina. (GPL: NC N53 v.1 ). (GPL: NC N53 v.1 ). 28 May –1 Apr. James Turner Morehead, Jr., lawyer, legislator, and Confederate officer, was born in Guilford County, the son of James T.
and Mary Lindsay Morehead. After attending the private school of Dr. Alexander Wilson in Alamance County, he was graduated from The University of North Carolina in and immediately entered Judge Richmond M. Biographical Sources: Sources for information on Robert G. Lindsay and J. Austin Lindsay include Founders and Builders of Greensboro,by Bettie D.
Caldwell (Greensboro, NC: Jos. Stone & Co., ) and North Carolina Troops, A Roster, compiled by Weymouth T. Jordan Jr. (Vol. XI; Raleigh: Division of Archives and History. Bettie D. Caldwell, Founders and Builders of Greensboro, () Ethel S. Arnett and Walter C.
Jackson, Greensboro, North Carolina: The County Seat of Guilford County () Marvin Brown, Greensboro: An Architectural Record. References: Bettie D. Caldwell, comp., Founders and Builders of Greensboro, – (). Jerome Dowd, Sketches of Prominent Living North Carolinians ().
History of North Carolina Family and Personal History (). Western North Carolina: Historical and Biographical (). John H. Wheeler, ed., Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent North. Textiles, Teachers, and Troops makes available archival material documenting the social and cultural development of Greensboro, NC.
Centering on the textile industry, education, and the massive World War II military presence, Textiles, Teachers, and Troops documents the growth of Greensboro from a small town into a leading manufacturing and education center.
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$ County Carolina North Guilford Civil War. This book contains various articles on the history of Guilford County, and a list of landowners in political boundaries of today as abstracted from the Hughes map ().
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Founders and Builders of Greensboro Fifty Sketches Compiled by Bettie D. Caldwell This biographical collection of Greensboro founders. Our website has the Index for this book. Use this information to see if the book is of value to you, then you can go to you local library or lending library for the book.
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An Annotated Digest of Will Book A, Guilford County, North Carolina, Founders and Builders of Greensboro, – Greensboro. Rare - $ Rare History Of North Carolina, Samuel Ashe, 2-vol Set, Maps Portraits. Bettie D. Caldwell, ed., Founders and Builders of Greensboro, ; Greensboro: Jos.
Stone and Co.,p. A William Humphreys is listed adjacent to Henry Humphreys in the Guilford County census, and may have been a relative. Source: Guilford County, North Carolina, Will Abstracts, pp. ; recorded at Will Book A, file number Although he gave his wife a life estate, he left his plantation fo his son, John Paisley, Jr., his homeplace to his daughter, Nancy Paisley Hanner, and a total of 15 negro slaves to his children, two each.
Ashe (ed.), Biographical History of North Carolina (Greensboro, ), II, ; and by C. Alphonso Smith in Bettie D. Caldwell (compiler), Founders and Builders of Greensboro, (Greensboro, ). The latter discusses Wiley's literary career in. Emile Zola's La Curée () is a spatial novel.
On the most basic level of the plot, it tells the story of the early years of Haussmann's radical remaking. Full text of "The North Carolina historical review" See other formats. Rawling (Guilford County) Founders and Builders of Greensboro, North Carolina, X By Bettie Caldwell The Fatimids: 1 - The Rise of a Muslim Empire (World of Islam) X By Joyce Boone Jones Beach (Postcard History Series) By.
This book is now available on a indexed and searchable CD. Founders and Builders of Greensboro Fifty Sketches Compiled by Bettie D. Caldwell This biographical collection of Greensboro founders contains a 4 page sir -name -only index.
I have consulted the following books for information: the Ministerial Directory editions, andA History of Orange Presbytery by Robert Hamlin Stone, D. D., and Founders and Builders of Greensboro compiled by Bettie D.
Caldwell. Recent Additions - February Compiled by Helen M. McFarland (Vol. 13 No. 1), pages 76 to CALDWELL, BETTIE D., comp., Founders and Builders of Greensboro, Greensboro, N. C., J. Stone and Company, p. York County Source Book; Includes a Brief History of Colonial York County, Virginia; Petitions to the General.
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William Swaim, editor of the Greensboro Patriot, wrote a piece Address to the People of North Carolina on the Evils of Slavery, by the friends of liberty and equality. In September,John H. Swaim was living in Fairfield County, Ohio, and sent a letter to Nancy Ricketts, his daughter, and included the following P.S.
Taut’s 15 November crayon sketch for Atatürk’s catafalque (Fig. ) appears to have 14 torches and the plan in Taut’s book “Architectural Knowledge” (Fig. ) appears to have 8 torches, but it is possible that the back two circles are not torches but something else.
William Swaim, editor of the Greensboro Patriot, wrote a piece Address to the People of North Carolina on the Evils of Slavery, by the friends of liberty and equality.[ccxxiii] In September,John H. Swaim was living in Fairfield County, Ohio, and sent a letter to Nancy Ricketts, his daughter, and included the following P.S.The listing of John H.
Swaim’s children in the Swaim-Tysen Family book (only time they show up in this book) is interesting. However, John is a common name in the Swaim family. So, I somewhat must discount her comment about their connection to the larger Swaim family and John’s birth being in since she does not seem sure about the.Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics.