Trelease, Allen

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Huey Long and share-our-wealth 1971 181 It was the purpose of this study to assess the sincerity and intentions of Senator Huey Long with regard to his Share-Our-Wealth program and to examine the feasibility of his plan. An examination of Long's background prior to his years in the senate ...
A Republican governor and a Democratic editor : their relationship during the reconstruction in South Carolina 1972 33 Daniel Henry Chamberlain, as Republican Governor of South Carolina during the last two years of Reconstruction, was sustained in his position by the newly enfranchised Negro electorate. Francis Warrington Dawson, Democratic editor of the powerful New...
North Carolina's republican press during Reconstruction 1972 33 This thesis deals with selected reforms, issues, and problems which concerned North Carolina's Republican press from 1867 to 1877. Before the Civil War public attention in the North was concerned with antislavery, public education, women's rights, an...
Negro disfranchisement in North Carolina : the politics of race in a southern state 1973 121 The election campaign of 1900 marks the culmination of efforts by white North Carolinians to circumvent Negro suffrage in the years following emancipation. As a new century opened Tar Heel voters gave their nod of approval to a state constitutional ...
The Western Carolinian as a political organ : 1820-1832 1973 21 It was the purpose of this study to investigate the early history of the Western Carolinian, a weekly newspaper published at Salisbury, North Carolina, from 1820 to 1844. It was hypothesized that the paper's loss of popular support after nearly a dec...
Homefront activities in Wake County during World War II 1977 14 On September 1, 1939 the armies of Nazi Germany rolled across the borders of Poland in Hitler's quest for more "Lebensraum"—living space— for the German people. By September 3, France and Britain, having guaranteed to come to Poland's aid in case of ...