Revolutionary History of North Carolina in Three Lectures
This is an image of the title page to the book Revolutionary North Carolina in Three Lectures, written by Fancis L. Hawks, David L. Swain, and William A. Graham, published in 1853. The publication includes a chapter on the history of the Regulators, the Battle of Alamance and the War of Regulation. The writers included excerpts of the writings of Herman Husband. Husband is often considered the pamphleteer of the Regulator movement. He was a legislator, planter, surveyor, and social radical from Maryland who lived for some time in the area that is now Alamance County and Orange County, North Carolina.
Cooke, William D., Lambert Lilly, David L. Swain, and William A. Graham. 1853. Revolutionary history of North Carolina: in three lectures. Raleigh: W.D. Cooke. https://archive.org/details/revolutionaryhis01cook
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