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Hill Prize essays in North Carolina history, 1895; 1899; 1903.

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Creator: Hill Prize essays in North Carolina history.
Collection number: 3565-z
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Abstract: Manuscripts of winners for three years of a prize for the best essay on North Carolina history by a University of North Carolina student. Essays are “North Carolina Manumission Society” (1895) by Charles F. Tomlinson; “The Ku-Klux Klan in North Carolina” (1899) by R. D. W. Connor; and “Judicial System of Proprietary and Royal Governments in North Carolina to 1776″ (1903) by Robert W. Herring.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Included are Charles F. Tomlinson’s essay, “N.C. Manumission Society” (1895), and R. D. W. Conner’s essay, “Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina” (1899).

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