North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000

Howard E. Covington Jr.

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North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000

North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000 By Howard E. Covington Jr. North Carolina Century Tar Heels Who Made a Difference This collection profiles the people who helped shape life in North Carolina in the twentieth century It includes biographical sketches of Tar Heels who made a difference highlighting their accomp

  • Title: North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000
  • Author: Howard E. Covington Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780807827574
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Hardcover
  • North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000 By Howard E. Covington Jr. This collection profiles the people who helped shape life in North Carolina in the twentieth century It includes 160 biographical sketches of Tar Heels who made a difference, highlighting their accomplishments in the areas of agriculture, the arts, business, education, law, media, politics, popular culture, public service, religion, social movements, and sports Some of tThis collection profiles the people who helped shape life in North Carolina in the twentieth century It includes 160 biographical sketches of Tar Heels who made a difference, highlighting their accomplishments in the areas of agriculture, the arts, business, education, law, media, politics, popular culture, public service, religion, social movements, and sports Some of those profiled are familiar because of their prominence in public life Thomas Wolfe, John Hope Franklin, Doris Betts, Jesse Helms, Doc Watson, and Richard Petty, for example Others are less well known today but made contributions that deserve to be remembered James E Shepard, founder of what is now North Carolina Central University Ellen Winston, the first U.S Commissioner of Welfare and former state Supreme Court Justice Henry Frye, the first African American elected to the General Assembly in the twentieth century All had a hand in shaping North Carolina between 1900 and 2000, a period during which the state emerged from the aftermath of the Civil War and became a model for development and progressive movements across the South.
    North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000 By Howard E. Covington Jr.

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