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Friday, September 6 at UNCG — A Visit with Historian James McPherson, sponsored by the Friends of the UNCG Libraries in association with BOOKMARKS

Friday, September 6 in Jackson Library Reading Room. UNCG, 1st Floor. 4 pm.

Dr. McPherson will also appear on Saturday, September 7 at the BOOKMARKS Festival, Winston-Salem 1:30-2:15, Main Stage, corner of 6th and Trade Streets

James McPherson is one of the country's premier historians, and one of its most respected and honored.  He graduated in 1958 from Gustavus Adolphus College.  He did his graduate work at Johns Hopkins University, where he earned a Ph.D. in History with distinction in 1963.  From 1962 to his retirement in 2004 he taught at Princeton University, where he now holds the chair of George Henry Davis '86 Professor of American History Emeritus.  He is the author of some fifteen books and the editor of another ten, mostly on the era of the American Civil War and Reconstruction.  His books have won several prizes, including the Pulitzer Prize in History (1989) for Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, The Lincoln Prize (1998) for For Cause and Comrade: Why Men …

Henry Frye: North Carolina's First African American Chief Justice

Henry Frye: North Carolina's First African American Chief Justice

We invite you to join Greensboro writer and past Friends of the UNCG Libraries Board chair Howard Covington and North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Henry Frye for a booksigning at the Greensboro Barnes & Noble. This new biography traces Frye's career, along with African American participation in the civic, social and political life of North Carolina.
Wednesday August 07, 2013 7:00 PM

Barnes and Noble Greensboro: Friendly Center, 3102 Northline Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27408,