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Contents Foreword by Lindley S. Butler 00 Preface 00 á1.áMartinÆs Youth and Education in New Jersey 00 á2.áMartinÆs Arrival in Salisbury, North Carolina 00 á3.áThe Unrest of the Regulators 00 á4.áA Move to Guilford County 00 á5.áWar against the British and the Incident at Germantown 00 á6.áMartin as Speaker of the Senate and as President of nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;áthe Board of War 00 á7.áMartinÆs First Term as Governor 00 á8.áA Time of Peace, Independence, and Rebuilding 000 á9.áThe Cession of Western Lands 000 10.áMartinÆs Personal Life at ôDanburyö 000 11.áThe U.S. Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia 000 12.áDebate over Ratification of the Constitution 000 13.áElected Governor Again 000 14.áThe Development of the First State University 000 15.áWashingtonÆs Southern Tour and the Establishment of nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;áa State Capital 000 16.áMartin as United States Senator 000 17.áMartin BecomeÆs ôWonderfully Federalö 000 18.áMartinÆs Final Role as Governor 000 EpilogueùThe Final Resting Place of Alexander Martin 000 Chapter Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Martin, Alexander, 1740-1807, Governors North Carolina Biography, North Carolina Politics and government 1775-1865, North Carolina History Revolution, 1775-1783 Biography, United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Biography, Legislators United States Biography, United States, Congress, Senate Biography, Martin family, Rockingham County (N, C, ) Biography