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Latta Plantation 1800
City of Churches 1800
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Slave Rebellions 1800
Prison Welfare 1800
A Fiery Tragedy 1800
Value of Gold 1802
Louisiana Purchase 1803
Gold Fever 1803
Paper Money 1804
War with Britain 1807
Educating Ladies 1807
End of the Slave Trade 1808
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War of 1812 Begins 1812
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Poll Tax 1814
Mecklenburg County Soldiers 1814
Star Spangled Banner 1814
Treaty of Ghent 1814
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Battle of New Orleans 1815
Rosedale Plantation 1819
Economic Depression 1819
Life on the Frontier 1819
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Time Period >>  Nation: America  1782 - 1819
Historical Event >>  City of Churches  1800

From now through the 1840s, Mecklenburg's churches will grow and become firmly established. Not only Presbyterians, but Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians, Lutherans and Catholics will form congregations.




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