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A Selected Bibliography of the Hayti Community: Articles

Articles about the Hayti Community

Basset, John Spencer. “Old Durham Traditions.” Trinity Archive 19 (1905-6): 161-170.

Basset, John Spencer. “Stirring Up the Fires of Race antipathy.” SAQ 2 (Oct. 1903): 297-305.

Block, Susan. “The Gothic Grande Dame’s Golden Age.” Duke (July-Aug. 1986): 2-7.

Boyd, William K. “Currency and Banking in North Carolina, 1790-1836.” Trinity College Historical Papers. Series 10, 52-86. Durham, 1914.

Brown, Leslie and Anne Valk. “Black Durham Behind the Veil: A Case Study.” OAH Magazine of History (Jan. 2004): 23-27.

Cohn, David Lewis. “Durham: The New South.” Atlantic Monthly, 165 (May. 1940): 614-619.

Dowd, Jerome. “Rev. Moses Hester.” Trinity Archive 9 (Feb. 1896): 283-296.

DuBois, W.E.B. “The Upbuilding of Black Durham.” The World’s Work 23 (Jan. 1912): 334-338. Spelling and space issues

Durden, Robert F. “Tar Heel Tobacconist in Tokyo, 1899-1904.” NCHR 53 (Oct. 1976): 347-363.

Durden, Robert F. “Troubled Legacy: James B. Duke’s Bequest to His Cousins.” NCHR 50 (Oct. 1973): 394-415.

“Durham’s Big Tobacco Factories.” Manufacturer’s Record 10 (28 Aug. 1886): 80-81.

Eastland, Terry. “Parnassus for Humanists.” Change 12 (6 Apr. 1980): 35.

Eilber, Charles R. “Report Card: The First Year at the School of Science and Math.” Popular Government 47, no. 2, 23-26.

Escott, Paul D. “Poverty and Governmental Aid for the Poor in Confederate North Carolina.” NCHR 41 (Oct. 1984): 462-480.

Evans, W.N., Jr. “History of the Tobacco Industry in Durham.” Trinity Archive 33 (Oct.-Nov. 1920): 20-24.

 “The Federal Direct Tax of 1816 as Assessed in Orange County, N.C.” NCGJ 5 (Feb. 1979): 14-23; 5 (May 1979): 114-121; 5 (Aug. 1979): 193-199; 6 (Feb. 1980): 37-47.

Few, William. “Autobiography of Colonel William Few of Georgia.” The Magazine of American History 7 (1881): 340-358.

Fisher, Clyde O. “The Relief of Soldiers’ Families in North Carolina during the Civil War.” NCHR (1917): 60-72.

Gray, Virginia. “A Goodly Heritage: The Dukes of Orange County.” Duke Alumni Register 55, no. 4 (Sept. 1969): 20-23; 5 (Nov. 1969): 18-21.

Griffin, James B. “An Interpretation of Siouan Archaeology in the Piedmont of North Carolina and Virginia.” American Antiquity 10 (Apr. 1945): 321-330.

Halperin, Edward C. “Medical Origins of Duke University.” North Carolina Medical Journal 48 (Dec. 1987): 664-666.

Hamilton, J. G. deRoulhac. “The Freedmen’s Bureau in North Carolina.” SAQ 8 (1909): 53-67, 154-163.

Hamilton, William B. “The Research Triangle of North Carolina: A Study in Leadership for the Common Weal.” SAQ 65 (1966): 254-278.

Henry, James T. “Negro Preachers of Durham.” Trinity Archive 12 (Oct. 1898): 1-7.

Holsey, Albon L. “The National Negro Business League—Forty Years in Review.” Crisis 48 (Apr. 1941): 104-105.

Holsey, Albon L. “Pearson: The Brown Duke of Durham.” Opportunity 6 (Apr. 1923): 116-117.

Holton, Holland. “The History of Education in Durham County.” North Carolina Education 11 (Jan. 1945): 243-247, 260-268.

Howerton, R. T., Jr. “The Rose of Sharon Baptist Church.” Trinity Archive 21 (1907-1908): 187-95.

King, William E. “Charles McIver Fights for the Tarheel Negro’s Right to an Education.” North Carolina Historical Review 41 (July 1964): 360-69.

Johnson, Charles Spurgeon. “Negro Business and Public Confidence.” Opportunity 3 (Mar. 1925): 66.

Johnson, Charles Spurgeon. “Notes on a Trip with the Business Men’s Part.” Opportunity 2 (June. 1924): 186-188.

Johnson, Charles Spurgeon. “A Sound Negro Business Institution.” Opportunity 2 (Aug. 1924): 247.

Johnson, Charles Spurgeon. “A Task for the National Negro Business League.” Opportunity 4 (Aug. 1926): 241.

Logan, Frenise A. “The Economic Status of the Town Negro in Post Reconstruction North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 35 (October 1958): 448-460.

Logan, Frenise A. “The Legal Status of Public School Education for Negroes in North Carolina, 1877-1894.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (July 1955): 346-357.

Logan, Frenise A. “The Movement in North Carolina to Establish a State Supported College for Negroes.” North Carolina Historical Review 35 (April 1958): 167-180.

“North Carolina Mutual.” Opportunity 2 (Aug. 1924): 247.

 “Occupational Classes among Negroes in Cities.” American Journal of Sociology 35 (March 1930): 718-38.

Pace, Harry H. “The Attitude of Life Insurance Companies toward Negroes.” Southern Workman 57 (Jan. 1928): 3-7.

Pace, Harry H. “The Business of Insurance among Negroes.” Crisis 32 (Sept. 1926): 219-224.

Pace, Harry H. “The Possibilities of Negro Insurance.” Opportunity 8 (Sept. 1930): 266-269.

Persons, Elizabeth Anderson. “South Lowell Male Academy and Its First Headmaster.” The Durham Record 1 (Fall 1983): 18-25.

Powell, William S. “William Johnston: Eighteenth-Century Entrepreneur.” The Durham Record 1 (Fall 1983): 5-17.

Richard, Clement. “What Are Negroes Doing In Durham?” Southern Workman 42 (July. 1913): 385.

“A Sister Institution Begins its Second Half Century of Progress. The Whetstone: Field and Home Office Magazine of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company 41 (1964): 2-9.

Smith, Burke and Frank Smith. “Archaeology in Durham County.” The Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of North Carolina 1, no. 1 (Mar. 1934): 7-10.

Spaulding, Asa Timothy. “Negro Insurance.” Best Insurance News, Life ed. (Dec. 1943): 17, 36-37, 40-44.

Spaulding, Charles Clinton. “Business in Negro Durham.” Southern Workman 66 (Dec. 1937): 364-368.

Spaulding, Charles Clinton. “Business Is My Business.” Negro Digest 1 (Feb. 1943): 32-33.

Spaulding, Charles Clinton. “Is the Negro Meeting the Test In Business?” Journal of Negro History 18 (Jan. 1933): 66-70.

Tilley, Doris Belk. “Durham’s Early Lutherans.” The Durham Record 1 (1983): 53-64.

Underwood, S. B. “Joseph Francis Bivins.” Trinity Archive 18 (1904-1905): 1-10.

Valentine, Patrick M. The Spread of Public Libraries: The Community of the Book in North Carolina, 1900-1960. North Carolina Libraries 54 (September 1996): 113-121.

Valentine, Patrick M. Steel, Cotton, and Tobacco: Philanthropy and Public Libraries in North Carolina, 1900-1940.Libraries & Culture 31 (March 1996): 272-298.

Vann, Andre D. “Black Women United: A look at Black Club Women in Durham, North Carolina, 1917-1953.” Trading Path 6 (Spring 1995): 31-36.

Vann, Andre D. “The Will and the Way, Julia Warren, Business Woman.” Durham Historic Preservation Vol. 22 (Spring/Summer 1997): 9-10.

Vatavuck, William M. “In the Shadow of Appomattox: The Surrender a Bennett Place.” Blue and Gray (Apr.-May 1985): 45-56.

Washington, Booker T. “Durham, North Carolina, a City of Negro Enterprise.” Independent 70 (Mar. 1911): 642-650.

Webbonk, Mark H. “Durham Makes the most of Revenue-Sharing.” Popular Government 40, no. 3 (Winter 1975): 36-39.

Wheelcock, Fred D. “A Successful Negro Building and Loan Association.” Southern Workman 53 (Dec. 1923): 600.

Young, Betty I. “Lillian Baker Griggs: Pioneer Librarian.” The Durham Record 1 (1983): 26-52.