Nathaniel Macon, Planter

Price, Jr., William S.
April 2001
North Carolina Historical Review;Apr2001, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p187
Academic Journal
Features Nathaniel Macon, a planter and presiding officer of the 1935 Constitutional Convention in North Carolina. Family and educational background; Information on the labor force at Buck Spring, the plantation owned by Macon; Religious views of Macon; Factors that led to his resignation from the U.S. Senate in 1828.


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