3 edition of Alamance Regulators. found in the catalog.
1899 in Davidson, N.C .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||F257 .H75|
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|LC Control Number||08016853|
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Inan armed group of backcountry farmers calling themselves Regulators battled with royal governor William Tryon's militia on land now preserved at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site. The Regulators sounds like it could be the name of a rock band from the ‘80s, or a fiction novel coming out in In fact, the Regulators were a faction of North Carolina backcountry farmers who opposed the taxation system imposed by Alamance Regulators.
book in the s—and they play a major role in the latest season of Outlander, out February 16 on Starz. At the start of season 5 of Outlander Author: Elena Nicolaou. The new series of Outlander brings Jamie and Claire Fraser closer to the dispute known as the War of the Regulation, which took place in the British colonies of North and South Carolina in the 18th century.
Here, historian Stephen Conway explains who the Regulators were, and what happened at the uprising’s most violent episode, the battle of Alamance. The Battle of Alamance was the final battle of the War of the Regulation, in which North Carolina farmers and backcountry residents rebelled against the wealthy and corrupt colonial officials.
Though the vast majority of North Carolina's population was rural farmers, most of the colony's political power was in the hands of a small number of city-based officials and merchants. The residents of Date: May 15 – Regulators of North Carolina (–71), in American colonial history, vigilance society dedicated to fighting excessive taxes and official corruption in the frontier counties of North Carolina.
The Regulator insurrection was crushed by Governor William Tryon at the Battle of Alamance ( ). Surprisingly, the Regulators were incredibly organized and united in their cause. They organized themselves by “neighborhoods.” Those neighborhoods that played the most prominent role in the War of Regulation were Hillsborough, Orange (now Alamance), Salisbury, Wilmington and Rowan.
The Regulator movement was born. In the fifth Outlander book, The Fiery Cross, Roger was also mistakenly hanged at the Battle of Alamance. Rather than cross enemy lines to warn Author: Caitlin Gallagher.
Regulators -- Onthe Battle of Alamance was fought. The two opposing forces were colonial militia, under the command of Governor William Tryon, and a band of frontier citizens known as Regulators, who raised arms against corrupt practices in local government. Herman Husband – A farmer, radical, author, and preacher.
He is best. Alamance County Coronavirus Hotline: Food, Housing, or Essential Services Assistance: NC Coronavirus Hotline: Alamance Community College MAIN CAMPUS Jimmie Kerr Rd. • Graham, NC P.O. Box • Graham NC, PHONE: () FAX: () DILLINGHAM CENTER Plaza Drive • Burlington, NC PHONE: () FAX: () In this new study, Dr.
Carole Troxler steps back more than two decades before the pivotal Battle of Alamance ( ) to examine to political, economic, religious, and demographic issues that fostered the Regulator Movement and determined its progress and Alamance Regulators.
book aftermath. This is the story of a government more interested in its needs /5(3). This list is largely the compilation of Jerry Cross, Researcher, Historic Sites Section, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, 27 Nov Alamance Regulators.
book is available at the Alamance Battleground site. He compiled it from petitions to the Assembly and to the governor by North Carolina residents who were sympathetic to the Regulators. The Regulators are featured as important characters in Jimmy Carter's historical novel The Hornet's Nest ().
Diana Gabaldon Alamance Regulators. book the Battle of Alamance as a significant event in her historical time-travel novel The Fiery Cross, the fifth book in the Outlander : – Some Neglected History of North Carolina; Being an Account of the Revolution of the Regulators and of the Battle of Alamance, the First Battle of the [William Edwards Fitch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.5/5(1). THE REGULATORS. From The Commemorative Souvenir Program Bi-Centennial of the Battle of Alamance, During the mids, many settlers left Pennsylvania and the other middle-Atlantic colonies, moving south over the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road and other wilderness trails.
Jeremiah is at the Regulator camp to tell more about what is going on with the Regulators in the weeks leading up to the Battle of Alamance. Watch today's video to hear more about the Regulators and their plans for confronting Governor Tryon.
References: William S. Powell, The War of the Regulation and the Battle of Alamance, (). Powell, James K. Huhta, and Thomas J. Farnham, eds., The Regulators in North Carolina: A Documentary History, (). Additional Resources.
Directed by Christopher Laforet, Forris Day Jr. With Andrew Acasid, Amanda Barton, Chesler Bennett, Cathy Brown. 'The Regulators' documents a pre-Revolutionary resistance movement that flourished in the colony of North Carolina.
Living in a time fraught with rampant abuses of taxation and widespread corruption in the courts, the Regulation supporters petitioned that the government /10(3). The Battle of Alamance From Neglected History of North Carolina by W.E. Fitch, (pp. ) The reader will observe that Governor Tryon had a well-officered army with which to attack the Regulators, who were not organized for warfare and had no military organization, no.
Alamance News, Graham, NC. 9, likes talking about this. A weekly newspaper with all-local news about Alamance County, North Carolina. In the Battle of Alamance in Maythe well trained and equipped militia turned back the Regulators, but the battle was a preamble to the Revolutionary War only five years later.
The historic site includes part of the battleground and the home of the family of John and Rachel Allen, which was constructed in the area around and moved to. John Spencer Bassett (), professor of history at Trinity College (later Duke University), wrote extensively about North Carolina history, including the Regulation movement, about which he published a lengthy article in the American Historical Association Regulators were a large group of North Carolina colonists who opposed the taxation and fee system imposed by.
The Regulators of Colonial North Carolina. Names of North Carolina Regulators. This list is largely the compilation of Jerry Cross, Researcher, Historic Sites Section, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, 27 Nov that is available at the Alamance Battleground site.
He compiled it from petitions to the Assembly and to the. In the ’s, poor farmers in North Carolina organized into a group called “The Regulators” and conducted minor raids and skirmishes in the frontier. Inthe colonial militia was called out against them, and onGovernor Tryon and his militia camped out on the banks of Great Alamance Creek, named so for a local Native.
Dr. Diana Gabaldon, author of the popular "Outlander" series, began researching the Battle of Alamance for "The Fiery Cross" in She admitted, in a phone interview on Tuesday afternoon from Laguna Beach, Calif., that there weren't tangible remains of the battle that took place there between the Regulators and Gov.
William Tryon's troops onbut that didn't make. Shop Alamance Community College Apparel, Textbooks, Merchandise and Gifts at the Bookstore.
Flat-Rate Shipping. A Plan of the Camp and Battle of Alamance, the 16th May Between the Provincials of North Carolina, Commanded by His Excellency Governor Tryon. and Rebels who styled themselves Regulators. Survey'd and Drawn by C. Sauthier. Herman Husband was a farmer, Quaker, and pamphleteer, but he is best known as the divisive leader of the Regulators who left North Carolina under a haze of controversy in Join Alamance Battleground State Historic Site on Saturday, April 18th, for this in-depth study of the complicated relationship between Herman Husband, the Society of.
Though John did not “side” with the Regulators, he did sign petitions of clemency for the Regulators after the Battle of Alamance.
James Hunter: James Hunter was a signer of the Regulator Advertisement Petition number 9. In Mayjust before the Battle of Alamance, James Hunter’s home and fields were destroyed by Gov.
Tryon’s troops. The Regulators book. Read 1, reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
There's a place in Wentworth, Ohio, where summer is in full swing /5. Tryon ordered the execution of many Regulators in real life. Just in case you were thinking that villainous season four ending seemed over-the-top.
Following the. The Battle of Alamance was fought on Thursday, It pitted two groups of North Carolinians against each other. There were approximately 2, backcountry farmers called Regulators and around 1, militia troops (citizen soldiers) under the command of Royal Governor William Tryon involved in.
Tryon captured 13 Regulators: one was executed at camp and six were executed later in nearby Hillsborough. Hanging was the method of the day. This bit of history is pertinent to Season 5, so ‘nuf said. 😉 😉 What a trip. Thank y ou for joining me on my whirlwind tour of book 5 (excepting Fraser’s Ridge, an area I explored in ).
The War of the Regulation was an uprising in the British colony of North Carolina, in which North Carolina colonists revolted against against corrupt colonial officials, including Governor William conflict was marked by periodic armed clashes between Regulators and colonial government forces.
The only actual battle was the Battle of Alamance onwon by Governor Tryon's. Alamance: The Holt Family and Industrialization in a North Carolina County, – Bess Beatty, $ pp. Covering the Holt textile dynasty from the founding of the Alamance Cotton Factory in to the strike ofthe book provides an excellent.
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[SPOILERS PUBLISHED] Alamance and the Regulators So, its been a few years since I read booksbut I was surprised with Season 4 Episode 1 already leaning pretty heavily into foreshadowing the Regulators, Gov. Tryon, and Alamance, not to mention the revolution proper.
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