Tuesday, October 22, 2019

A Short Bibliography of Books Related to the Albemarle Settlement


Abernethy, Thomas Perkins, Three Virginia Frontiers, (Louisiana, 1940).  The Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History.

Ashe, Samuel A'Court (1908). History of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1783, Vol. I, p. 684. Greensboro, N.C.: Charles L. Van Noppen.

Billings, Warren M., The Papers of Sir William Berkeley, 1605-1677. Richmond, Library of Virginia, 2007.

Boykin, James Handy, "Genesis of Early Carolina” (Thesis (Ed. D.) Leed University), 1969.

Briceland, Alan Vance.  Westward From Virginia: The Exploration of the Virginia-Carolina Frontier, 1650-1710.  Chancellorsville: University Press of Virginia, 1987.

Corbitt, David Leroy, Explorations, Descriptions, and Attempted Settlements of Carolina, 1584-1590 (Raleigh, 1948).

Cumming, W.P, "The Earliest Permanent Settlement in Carolina: Nathaniel Batts and the Comberford Map," American Historical Review 45 (1939-40):82-89.
    
Ethridge, Robbie and Hudson, Charles. The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540-1760. Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, 2002.

Leaming, Hugo Prosper, Hidden Americans: Maroons of Virginia and the Carolinas, Studies in African American History and Culture, edited by Graham Hodges,  (NY, 1995)

McIlvenna, Noleen, A Very Mutinous People: the struggle for North Carolina, 1660-1713. Chapel Hill, UNC Press, 2017. 

Salley, Alexander S., Jr, Ed.  Narratives of Early  Carolina, 1650-1708.  NY: Barnes and Noble, 1939.

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