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The News & observer's Raleigh : a living history of North Carolina's capital

Auteur: David Perkins
Uitgever: Winston-Salem, N.C. : John F. Blair, Publisher, ©1994.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels
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Genre/Vorm: History
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: David Perkins
ISBN: 0895871211 9780895871213
OCLC-nummer: 31045711
Opmerkingen: Includes index.
Beschrijving: ix, 202 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.
Inhoud: Sherman's conquest: the long march end in Raleigh --
What has befallen us?: from the diary of a Southern lady --
The newspaper war: recollections of a printer's devil --
An editorial face --
off --
A Yankee on the dome: a Union soldier signals the end of the war --
Haywood house --
Andrew Johnson: a misunderstood native son --
Peace College: for the thorough education of young ladies' --
Briggs and Sons, Inc.: a memoir of a Raleigh burgher --
A spectacle for progress: the North Carolina state fair --
Oberlin: the village freedom built --
W.W. Holden: the career of an enigma --
The freedman's mania: Shaw University and St. Augustine's College --
Estey hall: the finest edifice --
Anna Cooper: a critic of all favoritisms --
John Rex and R. Stanhope Pullen: bachelors who helped make the town metropolitan hall --
To wake a slumbering state: North Carolina State University --
A northern visitor's view of the college. Blount Street: the very best address --
A formal life --
Rolling out the city: the era of the streetcar --
A boy's life in the 1800s --
The architect and the princess: the love story of A.G. Bauer and Rachel Blythe --
To redeem the south: the news and observer and partisan journalism --
Joseph Daniels: scourage of rum and republicans --
A female seminary of high order: Meredith College --
The govenor's mansion --
Bloomsbury Park: joyride at the end of the line --
The pullen park carousel --
Hargett Street: the rise and decline of the black Main Street --
A segregated lifestyle --
Curtain up!: The founding of Raleigh little theater --
A method for education: Berry O'Kelly --
Miss Blanche's salon: tar heel politics at the Sir Walter Hotel --
The little airport that could: Raleigh --
Durham international airport takes off --
Amelia Earhart brings first autogyro to city. Clarence Poe: An editor for the common man --
The city market in the 1930s: like family! --
Nell Battle Lewis: crusader for a reformed south --
Incidentally: on the scopes trail --
Jane McKimmon: when we're green we grow --
Beyond the beltline: the rise of north Raleigh --
Like a life-size pinball machine: A Yankee experiences Raleigh traffic --
The Dukes of York: a family of builders --
The classic lines of memorial auditorium --
Crossing the color line: William Campbell integrates Raleigh's schools --
Sit-down strike spreads to stores: the civil rights movement awakens --
Ellen Winston: helping others help themselves --
Running with the wolfpack: North Carolina state's sports legacy --
Main Street moves indoors; the malling of Raleigh Fayetteville street mall: letting grass grow on the town's main street --
Dorton arena and it's designer: an architect's lonely monument --
Research Triangle Park: an engine of change --
The government mall: a new home on Halifax street --
Old Raleigh vs. New Raleigh --
Farewell.
Andere titels: News and observer's Raleigh.
Raleigh.
News & observer.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by David Perkins.

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