The following sketches represents for the most part work done by the students in the upper classes of Trinity College. It has not been thought wise to be to stringent in reforming the style of these pieces, but pains have been taken to ensure the reliableness of the facts presented. The work of collecting them was begun with some hesitation, but it is now an assured fact that they will appear regularly in the future. They are the outgrowth of the devotion of young men to the neglected field of Southern history.
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- Assassination of John Walter Stephens
- Chancery, Admiralty And Slavery Courts in NC
- Court System of North Carolina Before the Revolution
- Fort Hamby on the Yadkin
- Landholding in Colonial North Carolina
- North Carolina Courts in the Royal Period
- Raleigh’s “New Fort in Virginia” 1585
- Running the Blockade from Confederate Ports
- The Case of the State Vs. Will
- The Legal Regulations of Public Morals in Colonial North Carolina
- The North Carolina Manumission Society