2022 Program

The 2023 program will be posted in March.

2022 North Carolina Association of Historials Annual Meeting
25 March 2022

9:00 a.m. -11:30 a.m. – Paper Presentations    

Stephen Fletcher, “From Afton to Woodland: North Carolina during the ‘Waste Wars,’ 1979–1994”

Nicholas Brothers, “African American Migrants and the Development of African American Communities through the A.M. Byers Company”

Alan K. Lamm, “A Call to Preach is a Call to Prepare: The Life & Impact of Lloyd Vernon: The First President of the University of Mount Olive”

James MacDonald, “‘I am going for a few days over the River into Louisiana’: John Sibley and Early Information Gathering in Louisiana, 1803-1807”

12:01 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Video and Discussion by Steve Little as the “Railroad Convict: 1870s on the Western North Carolina Railroad”

2:00- 4:30 p.m. – Paper Presentations

Mary Purcell, “The Merry Dance of Death and Trade: Representation of British Imperialism in Victorian Fiction”

Conchita Ndege, “The February One Statue and Artifacts that Tell Human Rights History in North Carolina”

David Mitchell, “W.M. Wingate”

Dorthea Hoffman, “Pushing and pulling on Chain Migration – US to Mexico to China”

Wesley Constandse, “A Matter of Faith? Examining Convert Departures from the Willie and Martine Handcart Companies”

5:00 p.m. – NCAH Business Meeting

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