Race, Representation, and Religion; the North Carolina Constitutional Convention of 1835
Cathey, Boyd D., Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia
Peterson, Merrill D., Department of History, University of Virginia
Dew, Charles B., Department of History, University of Virginia
The paper examines society in North Carolina after its Constitution was revised in 1835 and how it aligned with the views of the Whig party. It also discusses the voting rights of blacks in North Carolina, and representation for different regions of the state in government.
MA (Master of Arts)
North Carolina, Constitutional conventions
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