The Place of Nathaniel Macon in Southern History

William E. Dodd
The American Historical Review
Vol. 7, No. 4 (Jul., 1902), pp. 663-675
DOI: 10.2307/1834563
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1834563
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Meade's Old Churches, I. 387
    • William and Mary College Quarterly (July, 1897).
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Journals of N. C. Assembly, 1786
    • State Records, Vol. XVIII. p. 108.
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    North Carolina State Records, XVI. 932-1000.
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    Journals of North Carolina Assembly, 1781-1785.
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    Annals of Cong., 8th Cong., January-February.
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    Annals of Cong., 5th Cong., 2151-2152.
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    Governor Speight's message to North Carolina Assembly, November, 1793.
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    Representative from North Carolina, 1 822-I833.
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    Annals of Cong., 1792, 560.
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    Annals of Cong., 4th Cong., x819-x820.
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    Annals of Cong., 5th Cong., 385.
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    Annals of Cong., gth Cong., 1st Sess., 524.
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    Garland's Life of Randolph, I. 233.
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    Letter of September 3, 1803.
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    Letter to Joseph H. Nicholson, August 6, I803.
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    Annals of Cong., I th Cong., III. 305.
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    Annals of Cong., I6th Cong., Ist Sess., I. 97-100.
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    Woodrow Wilson, Division and Reunion, p. 143 ff.
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    Annals of Cong., 11th Cong., II. 2582-2637.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Letter to Joseph H. Nicholson, April lO, i8io
    • Annals of Cong., i ith Cong., II. I763-
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    Schouler, History of the United States, 11. 229.