A Student of History

October 22, 2007


Filed under: Early America,NC History — John Maass @ 7:37 am

I just came across this at The Coastal Carolina Indian Center:

8/31/07 – Great news! CCIC is happy to announce that we have secured permission from the Historical Publications Division at North Carolina Archives to publish some wonderful historical research articles that have appeared in the North Carolina Historical Review over the years, including: “The Tuscarora Ascendancy” by Thomas Parramore (1982);  “In the ‘Scolding Houses’: Indians Before the Colonial Courts in North Carolina, 1684-1760” by Michelle LeMaster (2006); and “‘All This Poor Province Could Do’: North Carolina and the Seven Years’ War, 1757-1762” by John R. Maass (2002).

The website says that CCIC is committed to being the number one resource for educators, parents, students or any individuals interested in learning about the Indians of North Carolina’s coastal plain — past and present.  CCIC firmly believes that being able to preserve and educate others about the history of the Original People of Coastal Carolina is cause for celebration.  CCIC will engage in, as well as offer support and assistance to, research projects that focus on the history, culture and traditions of the Indians of Coastal North Carolina, including the documentation of such history.

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