MACON, Nathaniel, 1757-1837


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Barry, Stephen John. “Nathaniel Macon: The Prophet of Pure Democratic Republicanism, 1758-1837." Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York—Buffalo, 1996.

Battle, Kemp P., ed. Letters of Nathaniel Macon, John Steele and William Barry Grove, with Sketches and Notes. Chapel Hill, NC: The University, 1902.

Benton, Thomas H. “Nathaniel Macon.” In Lives of Distinguished North Carolinians, compiled by William J. Peele. pp. 81-110. Raleigh: North Carolina Publishing Society, 1898.

Cotten, Edward R. Life of the Hon. Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina; In Which There Is Displayed Striking Instances of Virtue, Enterprise, Courage, Generosity and Patriotism. Baltimore: Lucas & Deaver, 1840.

Cunningham, Noble E., Jr. “Nathaniel Macon and the Southern Protest against National Consolidation.” North Carolina Historical Review 32 (July 1955): 376-84.

Dodd, William E. The Life of Nathaniel Macon. Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton, 1903.

___. “The Place of Nathaniel Macon in Southern History.”American Historical Review 7 (July 1902): 663-75.

Helms, James Marvin, Jr. “The Early Career of Nathaniel Macon: A Study in ‘Pure Republicanism’.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1962.

McPherson, Elizabeth Gregory, ed. “Letters from Nathaniel Macon to John Randolph of Roanoke.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (Spring 1962): 195-211.

Poe, Clarence. “Nathaniel Macon, The Cincinnatus of America.” South Atlantic Quarterly 37 (January 1938): 12-21.

Price, William S., Jr. “Nathaniel Macon, Planter." North Carolina Historical Review 78 (April 2001): 187-214.

Wilson, Edwin Mood. The Congressional Career of Nathaniel Macon. Chapel Hill, NC: University Press, 1900.