The Mysteries of the “Lost Colony” and the Iroquois Confederacy (Arwin D. Smallwood)
Arwin D. Smallwood is Professor and Chair of the Department of History and Political Science at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro. He is the author of several books including The Atlas of African American History and Politics: From the Slave Trade to Modern Times and Bertie County: An Eastern North Carolina History. His research focuses on the relationships between African-Americans, Native-Americans and Europeans in Eastern North Carolina.
He has been an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, held the American Philosophical Society’s, Library Resident Research Fellowship and the recipient of their Franklin Research Grant, a Fellow for the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, an Archie K. Davis Fellow of the North Caroliniana Society, a Joel Williamson Visiting Scholar of the Southern Historical Collection and a Gilder Lehrman Fellow.
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