EXTRACT Sources:
Ch 3 The Church of England in North Carolina 1699-1741 The Colonial records of NC, Ed. Robert J Cain
Ch 4 John Lawson’s A New Voyage to Carolina, Ed. Hugh T. Lefler 1967 The University of North Carolina
Press Chapel Hill.
Ch 5 Records of the Executive Council 1664-1734, Ed. Robert J Cain
Ch. 6 Bath County Deed Book I 1696-1729. Allen Hart Norris, the Beaufort County Genealogical Society 2003
Secondary Sources:
1. Angley, Wilson Unpublished Historical Research Port of Bath (1981, Bath Historic Site Visitors Center).
2. Crittenden, Charles Carolina Commerce (1936) Bath Library Gene Roberts Collection.
3. Isenberger, Dennis L. Native American in Early North Carolina, A documentary History. NC Office of Archives and History
4. Lefler, H. T. and A. R. Newsome, North Carolina: The History of a Southern State (3rd ed. 1973).
5. Lefler, H. T. and W. S. Powell, Colonial North Carolina: A History (1973).
6. McCusker, John J. Money and Exchange in Europe and America, 1600-1775: A Handbook, Chapel Hill: Institute of Early
American History and Culture, by the University of North Carolina Press, 1978.
7. Minchonton, Walter E. Slavery and Servitude, the Seaborne Slave Trade of North Carolina Vol 71 (1994) 1-61 NC Historical
Review. http://www.ncpublications.com/colonial/nchr/subjects/minchinton.htm
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http://www.ncpublications.com/colonial/nchr/subjects/ubbelohde.htm. Vol. 31 (1954), 517-528
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Web Sources:
a) John Brickell’s 1743 Map Retrieved from http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/ncmaps/id/507/rec/1
b) NC Nature writer Phillips Manning’s remarks upon Lawson’s induction into North Carolina Literary Hall of fame: Southern
Pines NC http://www.nclhof.org/inductees/2012-2/john-lawson/john-lawson-nature-writer/
c) Data base of slaving expeditions: http://www.slavevoyages.org/tast/index.faces Bassett, John Spencer, 1867-1928 Ed. By
Adams, Herbert B. Slavery and Servitude in the Colony of North Carolina: Electronic Edition from docsouth.unc.edu
d) George Washington’s 4 yo brigantine for sale ad in the Gazette, with 5000 bushels of grain and 800 barrels of flour
e) The Lords Proprietors Carolina Sales Pamphlet for new Settlers, NC learning digital textbook:
f) John Lawson’s Voyage to Carolina, Electronic edition from docsouth.unc.edu
g) Bath Historic Site Lawson’s land route from Charleston to Bath http://www.learnnc.org/lp/multimedia/6535
Links to
c. Colonial Carolina Maps:
John Lawson 1709 Map of Carolina coast, http://docsouth.unc.edu/nc/lawson/ill3.html
John Homann 1714 Hand colored Map of VA, MD, Coastal Carolina, Tryon Palace, New Bern NC
Edward Moseley 1733 ECU Joyner Library Map of Carolina with Inset of Ocracoke Approach through Inlet
James Wimble 1738 Map of Carolina, printed in 1738 but drawn in 1729 http://www.learnnc.org/lp/multimedia/7010
Sauthier 1769 Map of Bath Town, Brown Library Washington NC http://www.nchistoricsites.org/bath/sauthier
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