3 edition of North Carolina Colony found in the catalog.
North Carolina Colony
William Stevens Powell
Traces the first 200 years of North Carolina from the first expedition sent by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1584 to the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
Bibliography: p. -143.
|Statement||by William S. Powell.|
|Series||A Forge of freedom book|
|LC Classifications||F257 .P59|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||69011795|
(Source: Colonial Bertie County NC Deed Books A-H Contributed by Shirley Walsh) F John Gray to Thomas PARKER 10 Feb /42 a. on WS Chowan River in St. Johns Neck adj John Bryan on Cypress Swamp at Tumbling Branch and Femur Branch at Chinkapen Creek. Wit: John Freeman, jurat. Feb Court In , the English established the Roanoke Colony on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. It was the first European colony in North America. The colony was sponsored by Sir Walter Raleigh and led by John White. At one point, White returned to England to gather more supplies.
North Carolina came near being the first of the permanent English colonies in America. Five voyages were made under the Raleigh charter of with the view of planting a permanent colony on the soil that became North Carolina; but the effort ended in failure, and almost a century passed when other hands carried into effect the noble ambition of Raleigh. evelyn g. waters, federal census of ashe county, north carolina., higginson book company, dr. c.d. smith, a brief history of macon county, north carolina., franklin press print, sidney d. steffey, a brief history of st. john’s evangelical lutheran church of cabarrus county. from its earliest settlement to the present time, times steam book and job presses,
In the s, the first permanent English settlers in North Carolina actually came from the southern part of the Virginia Colony and settled in the Albemarle area in the northern part of present-day North Carolina. Thirteen years later, Charles II granted a charter to eight Englishmen who would serve as Lords Proprietors of the Carolina Grant. The Colonial and State Records of North Carolina has been an extraordinary resource for students of North Carolina's history for over one hundred years. The series includes documents and materials from throughout the country and from several European repositories covering the earliest days of North Carolina's settlement by Europeans through the ratification of the United States Constitution.
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Abstracts of these patents for the time period of –, are found in: Hofmann, Margaret M. Colony of North Carolina, Abstracts of Land Patents. 2vols. Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina: M.M. Hofmann, North Carolina. Tennessee. The Province of North Carolina was a British colony that existed in North America from tocreated as a proprietary colony.
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