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11 titles with subject: Democratic Party (N.C.)

  • Carver Places Patriotism First. It Demands Support of the Democratic Nominees, Says Republican Ex-Legislator. F. O. Carver


  • Comments by the State Democratic Committee on the Hand Book Issued by the Peoples [sic] Party State Executive Committee. A Discussion of the Contents of This Book, Showing That It Is Not Issued in the Interest of the Populist Party. It Does Not Contain Any Platform of the Populist Party, Nor Does It Discuss or Advocate Any of Its Well-Known Principles. Democratic Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee


  • The Democratic Hand Book. 1898. Prepared by the State Democratic Executive Committee of North Carolina. Democratic Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee


  • I Did Not Come from Him, Neither Did You! I May Look Like Him, But I Refuse to Claim Kin On This I Stand! J. Sherwood Upchurch. They Are Going to Talk About Him in the Next Legislature, So They Say I Want to Be There! J. Sherwood Upchurch, 1870 - 1950


  • The Negro Smith Scores Populist Johnson. No Author


  • North Carolina Democratic Hand-Book 1906. Prepared by the State Democratic Executive Committee of North Carolina. Democratic Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee


  • People's Party Hand-Book of Facts. Campaign of 1898. Populist Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee


  • The Proposed Suffrage Amendment. The Platform and Resolutions of the People's Party. Populist Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee


  • Read and Circulate! No Author


  • Republican Hand-Book North Carolina. Republican State Executive Committee 1906. Republican Party (N.C.). Executive Committee


  • Speech of Hon. John W. Ellis, Delivered before the Democratic State Convention, in Raleigh, March 9, 1860. John Willis Ellis, 1820-1861


  • 3 articles with subject: Democratic Party (N.C.)

  • Summary for I Did Not Come from Him, Neither Did You! I May Look Like Him, But I Refuse to Claim Kin On This I Stand! J. Sherwood Upchurch. They Are Going to Talk About Him in the Next Legislature, So They Say I Want to Be There! Meredith Malburne


  • Summary for Speech of Hon. John W. Ellis, Delivered before the Democratic State Convention, in Raleigh, March 9, 1860. Kevin Cherry


  • Summary for The Proposed Suffrage Amendment. The Platform and Resolutions of the People's Party. Meredith Malburne-Wade


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  • SMITH WANTS FAIR DIVISION OF PIE! DEBATE IN THE LEGISLATURE ON THE ELECTION LAW. Isaac Smith, Republican Leader, to C. H. Johnson, Populist Leader—"That's the way you Populists have done my race. We have elected them to good fat offices; we've made them Governor, and now you turn and tell us we ought never to have been allowed to vote, anyhow." From The Negro Smith Scores Populist Johnson.