Robert D. W. Connor Award Presented to Elizabeth Gillespie McRae

April 2005
North Carolina Historical Review;Apr2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p228
Academic Journal
Reports on the 2004 Robert D. W. Connor Award received by Dr. Elizabeth Gillespie McRae for her article "To Save a Home: Nell Battle Lewis and the Rise of Southern Conservatism, 1941-1956," which appeared in the July 2004 issue of the "North Carolina Historical Review." Her educational and career background; Essays written by McRae; Background information on the award.


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