A Plan of the Camp and Battle of Alamance, the 16th May 1771. Between the Provincials of North Carolina, Commanded by His Excellency Governor Tryon. and Rebels who styled themselves Regulators. Survey'd and Drawn by C. J. Sauthier.
Thursday, May 5, 2022 - 00:00

State Archives to host a virtual program on the Regulator Movement in North Carolina.

Historians will discuss exciting new research about the Regulator Movement in North Carolina during an upcoming program presented by the State Archives. The virtual roundtable, “The Regulator Movement and New Research,” will be held Tuesday, May 24, 12 – 1 p.m.
Virtual
May 5, 2022

RALEIGH, N.C. – Historians will discuss exciting new research about the Regulator Movement in North Carolina during an upcoming program presented by the State Archives. The virtual roundtable, “The Regulator Movement and New Research,” will be held Tuesday, May 24, 12 – 1 p.m.

What was the Battle of Alamance and why did it occur? Pose your own questions about the Regulator Movement to two experts in colonial North Carolina history during a virtual lunch & learn program. Historians have explained the 1764 Backcountry uprising as either a preliminary step to the Revolution or as a completely separate phenomenon. Troy Kickler, former colonial records editor of the N.C. Office of Archives & History, and Orange County Register of Deeds, Mark Chilton, team up to explain the Regulator Movement and to present exciting new research that explores the influences of neighborhood and religious denominations.

Join the event here.

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