A Student of History

July 30, 2008

‘The Cure for all our Political Calamities’

Filed under: Early America,NC History,Wars — John Maass @ 8:09 am

My article, “‘The Cure for all our Political Calamities’: Archibald Maclaine and the Politics of Moderation in Revolutionary North Carolina,” is due to appear in the July issue of the North Carolina Historical Review, Vol. 85, #3.  The issue will come out in 3 weeks or so.

Those interested in obtaining a copy can contact the NCHR here:

North Carolina Historical ReviewHistorical Publications Section Office of Archives and History4622 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, NC 27699-4622

919-733-7442

919-733-1439 (fax)

 

 

 

http://www.ncpublications.com

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1 Comment »

  1. Enjoyed your article. The photo on page 261 is incorrectly identified. This is not a portrait of James Iredell (1751-1799) who is mentioned several times in the article. This is a portrait of his son (1788-1853). Iredell (Sr.) served as an associate justice on the first U.S. Supreme Court from 1790 until his death in 1799. His son (Iredell Jr.) served as a Captain in Norfolk in the War of 1812, appointed brigadier general of NC militia in 1815, served in the NC General Assembly 1813 and 1816-28, Speaker of the House 1817-1827, Governor of NC 1827-1828 and U.S. Senator.

    Comment by Linda Jordan Eure — August 29, 2008 @ 11:38 am | Reply


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