New Title from Historical Publications Explores Early Native Americans

It's a busy week at North Carolina Historical Publications! Another new title, Native Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History is now available for sale.

This landmark work chronicles through primary sources the Native American experience in North Carolina from the earliest European explorations in the late 16th century through the last decades of the 18th century. Documents in the volume are drawn from journals and other personal accounts, the correspondence of both private citizens and government officials, land grants and deeds, court records, acts of the Assembly, reports and correspondence of government agencies involved in Indian affairs, records of the Executive Council, newspapers, governors' papers, records of the Moravians, Church of England records, and the laws of North Carolina. General subjects presented through the transcribed sources are folkways, religion, trade, land (possession and dispossession), war, interaction with North Carolina society, and reservations.

Native Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History retails for $20. Click here to order a copy through the online Historical Publications Shop.

Historical Publications is also offering a Documentary Histories of Early North Carolina set of African Americans in Early North CarolinaNative Americans in Early North Carolina and Society in Early North Carolina for $33.00 (plus shipping and N.C. sales tax), a 40% savings off the purchase of the three books separately.

If you have questions about volume 3 of the Native Americans in Early North Carolina or about the Documentary Histories of Early North Carolina set, please contact Bill Owens by phone at (919) 733-7442, ext. 225, or by e-mail.

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