McGee, "'Home and Friends': Kinship, Community, and Elite Women in Caldwell County, North Carolina, during the Civil War," North Carolina Historical Review 74 (1997): 363-88; William A.
What does NCHR stand for?
NCHR stands for North Carolina Historical Review (est. 1924)
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We have 9 other meanings of NCHR in our Acronym Attic
- North Carolina Health Professions Data System
- National Centre for Health Program Evaluation (Australia)
- National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics
- National Council of Hospice and Palliative Professionals (Alexandria, VA)
- National Center for Hydrogen Research (Florida Institute of Technology)
- National Centre for Human Rights (Jordan)
- National Coalition for Haitian Rights
- National Commission for Human Rights (Athens, Greece)
- National Conservation and Historic Reserve
- Nordic Committee for Human Rights (Olofstorp, Sweden)
- National Coalition of Human Rights Activists
- North Carolina Hockey Referees Association
- North Coast Rental Housing Association (Santa Rosa, CA)
- North Country Human Resource Association (Littleton, NH)
- Northern California Human Resources Association
- Northern Colorado Human Resource Association (Fort Collins, CO)
- National College Health Risk Behavior Survey
- National Criminal History Record Check (Australia)
- Northern California Human Resources Council
- Northern Colorado Health Research Coalition
Samples in periodicals archive:
Paschal, "Morgan Edwards' Materials Towards History of the Baptists in the Province of North Carolina ," The North Carolina Historical Review 7 (July 1930): 384-89; Morgan Edwards, "Materials Towards a History of the Baptists in the Provinces of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia," 1772 (microfilmed copy of the original handwritten manuscript, located in the Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee) 5, 48, 56-84; Morgan Edwards, Materials Towards a History of the American Baptists, vol.
The Life of Alfred Mordecai: As Related by Himself," North Carolina Historical Review 22 (1945): 62, 67.
Logan, "The Legal Status of Public School Education for Negroes in North Carolina, 18771894," North Carolina Historical Review 32 (1955): 346-57.