Carole Watterson Troxler publishes articles, gives presentations
Carole Watterson Troxler, professor emerita of history, published five articles and chapters and presented six conference papers during the past two years.
The articles are the following:
• “Re-enslavement of Black Loyalists: Mary Postell in South Carolina, East Florida, and Nova Scotia,” in Acadiensis: A Journal of the Atlantic Region XXXVII, 2 (Summer/Autumn 2008).
• “Scalawags Among Us: Alamance County Among the ‘Other Souths,’” Journal of Backcountry Studies III (Fall 2008).
• “Along the Trading Path: The Fluidity of Racial Status in the Early Eighteenth Century Southern Piedmont,” in Voices from within the Veil: African Americans and the Experience of Democracy ed. by William H. Alexander et al (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008).
• “Sybil Ludington” and “Emily Geigher,” American National Biography (Oxford University Press).
The six conference papers are the following:
• “Cohesion in the Southern Backcountry – the Case of the Londonborough Germans,” Conference on the Revolutionary Era, Savannah, Ga., February 2009.
• “Uses of the Bahama Islands by Southern Loyalist Exiles,” Symposium on Loyalism and the Revolutionary Atlantic World,” Orono, Maine, June, 2009.
• “Beyond the Reach of His Majesty? Two Granville, County, North Carolina, Challengers of Local Corruption c. 1765” Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, February 26-27, 2010, Charleston, S.C.
• “Labor Supply and Reconstruction Violence in a North Carolina Piedmont County,” Conference on Race, Labor and Citizenship in the Post-Emancipation South, Charleston, S.C. March 11-13 2010.
• “’A brave body of Loyal subjects (which are Chiefly Since dead)’-- Recruits and Recruiting in Western North Carolina 1780,” Southern Revolutionary War Institute, Rock Hill, S.C., March 20, 2010.
• “Religious Dissent, the North Carolina Regulator Movement, and the Repudiation of Non-Violence on the Eve of the Revolutionary Conflict,” Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Oxford, Miss., June 11-12, 2010.