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Eric Anderson. Race and Politics in North Carolina, 1872-1901: The Black Second. Louisiana State University Press. 1981. 372pp.

Anthony J. Badger. Prosperity Road: The New Deal, Tobacco, and North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press. 1980. 295pp.

John G. Barrett. The Civil War in North Carolina. UNC Press. 1995. 495pp.

William J. Billingsley. Communists on Campus: Race, Politics, and the Public University in Sixties North Carolina. University of Georgia Press. 2003. 336pp.

Frederick A. Bode. Protestantism and the New South: North Carolina Baptists and Methodists in Political Crisis, 1894-1903. University Press of Virginia. 1975. 171pp.

Charles C. Bolton. Poor Whites of the Antebellum South: Tenants and Laborers in Central North Carolina and Northeast Mississippi. Duke University Press. 1994. 258pp.

Lindley S. Butler; Alan D. Watson (editors). The North Carolina Experience: An Interpretive and Documentary History. University of North Carolina Press. 1984. 467pp.

Clark R. Cahow. People, Patients, and Politics: The History of the North Carolina Mental Hospitals, 1848-1960. Ayer Publishing. 1980. 254pp.

David S. Cecelski. The Waterman's Song: Slavery and Freedom in Maritime North Carolina. UNC Press. 2001. 304pp.

Bill Cecil-Fronsman. Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina. University Press of Kentucky. 1992. 274pp.

Rob Christensen. The Paradox of Tar Heel Politics: The Personalities, Elections, and Events That Shaped Modern North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press. 2008. 368pp.

Walter H. Conser, Jr.. A Coat of Many Colors: Religion and Society Along the Cape Fear River of North Carolina. University Press of Kentucky. 2006. 372pp.

Howard E. Covington; Marion A. Ellis. The North Carolina Century: Tar Heels who Made a Difference, 1900-2000. Levine Museum of the New South. 2002. 645pp.

Jonathan Daniels. Tar Heels: A Portrait of North Carolina. Dodd, Mead. 1941. 347pp.

Anita Price Davis. North Carolina During the Great Depression: A Documentary Portrait of a Decade. McFarland. 2003. 253pp.

A. Roger Ekirch. "Poor Carolina": Politics and Society in Colonial North Carolina, 1729-1776. University of North Carolina Press. 1981. 305pp.

Paul D. Escott. Many Excellent People: Power and Privilege in North Carolina, 1850-1900. UNC Press. 1988. 366pp.

Jack D. Fleer. North Carolina Politics: An Introduction. University of North Carolina Press. 1968. 176pp.

John Hope Franklin. The Free Negro in North Carolina, 1790-1860. University of North Carolina Press. 1943. 271pp.

Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore. Gender and Jim Crow: Women and the Politics of White Supremacy in North Carolina, 1896-1920. University of North Carolina Press. 1996. 384pp.

Pamela Grundy. Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina. UNC Press. 2001. 377pp.

John C. Inscoe; Gordon B. McKinney. The Heart of Confederate Appalachia: Western North Carolina in the Civil War. UNC Press. 2003. 384pp.

Guion Griffis Johnson. Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History. University of North Carolina Press. 1937. 935pp.

Cecily Jones. Engendering Whiteness: White Women and Colonialism in Barbados and North Carolina, 1627-1865. Manchester University Press. 2007. 237pp.

Marjoleine Kars. Breaking Loose Together: The Regulator Rebellion in Pre-Revolutionary North Carolina. UNC Press. 2002. 286pp.

Marvin L. Michael Kay; Lorin Lee Cary. Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775. UNC Press. 1999. 420pp.

Robert C. Kenzer. Enterprising Southerners: Black Economic Success in North Carolina, 1865-1915. University of Virginia Press. 1997. 178pp.

Marc W. Kruman. Parties and Politics in North Carolina, 1836-1865. Louisiana State University Press. 1983. 304pp.

Wayne E. Lee. Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War. University Press of Florida. 2001. 400pp.

Hugh Talmage Lefler; Albert Ray Newsome. North Carolina: The History of a Southern State. University of North Carolina Press. 1963. 756pp.

William Alexander Mabry. The Negro in North Carolina Politics Since Reconstruction. Duke University Press. 1970. 87pp.

Duane Meyer. The Highland Scots of North Carolina, 1732-1776. University of North Carolina Press. 1961. 218pp.

Rob Neufeld. A Popular History of Western North Carolina: Mountains, Heroes & Hootnoggers. The History Press. 2007. 126pp.

Christopher Arris Oakley. Keeping the Circle: American Indian Identity in Eastern North Carolina, 1885-2004. University of Nebraska Press. 2005. 191pp.

John V. Orth. The North Carolina State Constitution: With History and Commentary. UNC Press. 1995. 191pp.

William S. Powell. North Carolina Through Four Centuries. University of North Carolina Press. 1989. 652pp.

H. Leon Prather. Resurgent Politics and Educational Progressivism in the New South: North Carolina, 1890-1913. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1979. 303pp.

Charles Lee Raper. North Carolina: A Study in English Colonial Government. New York: Macmillan. 1904. 260pp.

Milton Ready. The Tar Heel State: A History of North Carolina. University of South Carolina Press. 2005. 404pp.

James Thomas Rusher. Until He Is Dead: Capital Punishment in the Western North Carolina History. Parkway Publishers. 2003. 246pp.

Jon F. Sensbach. A Separate Canaan: The Making of an Afro-Moravian World in North Carolina, 1763-1840. UNC Press. 1998. 342pp.

Anastatia Sims. The Power of Femininity in the New South: Women's Organizations and Politics in North Carolina, 1880-1930. University of South Carolina Press. 1997. 286pp.

David Stick. The Outer Banks of North Carolina, 1584-1958. University of North Carolina Press. 1958. 352pp.

H. Trawick Ward; R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr.. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina. UNC Press. 1999. 312pp.

Daniel Jay Whitener. Prohibition in North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press. 1946. 268pp.

Margaret Supplee Smith, Emily Herring Wilson. North Carolina Women: Making History. University of North Carolina Press. 2007. 420pp.

Phillip J. Wood. Southern Capitalism: The Political Economy of North Carolina, 1880-1980. Duke University Press. 1986. 272pp.

Karin L. Zipf. Labor of Innocents: Forced Apprenticeship in North Carolina, 1715-1919. LSU Press. 2005. 207pp.

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