|Author:||Daniel B. Thorp|
|Title:||The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier|
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|Publisher:||Univ of Tennessee Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1989)|
Associate Professor in History and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier (Knoxville, TN, 1989). edu/ Co-authored with Tom Ewing, (Project Director), C. Edward Watson, Robert Stephens, Marian Mollin, David Hicks, Hayward "Woody" Farrar, Mark V. Barrow, J. Kathleen Jones, and Daniel Thorp. Soldiers, Servants, and Very Interested Bystanders: Montgomery County’s African American Community During the Civil War, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 126 (2018), 379-421.
The Colonial Records of North Carolina. Thorp, Daniel B. ―Doing Business in the Backcountry: Retail Trade in Colonial Rowan. County, North Carolina. William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd se. 48, no. 3 (1991): 387–408. - -. The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1989. Vann, Elizabeth Chapman Denny and Margaret Collins Denny Dixon
The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier. July 1990 · German History. James P. Whittenburg. Kinship and Neighborhood in a Southern Community: Orange County, North Carolina, 1849-1881. August 1989 · The Journal of Southern History.
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In his book, The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier, Thorp uses the Moravian community as a case study in frontier pluralism, in which he argues that it successfully maintained cultural and ethnic boundaries, while having peaceful contact with outside communities. The title of Thorp’s talk is, ‘Recabites Among the People of Israel’: An Alternative View of Colonial North Carolina’s Moravian Community. Thorp is also the author of the book, Lewis and Clark: An American Journey.
The Moravian community in colonial North Carolina : pluralism on th. Daniel B. Thorp is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Thorp is composed of 1 name.
Thorp, Daniel B. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1989. The Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 28 (1994): 1-14. A Voice for Themselves: Women as Participants in Congregational Discourse in the Eighteenth-Century Moravian Movement. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.