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District History Timeline Endnotes

The following are endnotes for the CHCCS District History Timeline.

[1] Knight, Edgar W. Education in Orange County. "Orange County-1752-1952". Editors, Hugh Lefler and Paul Wagner, Chapel Hill, 1953.

[2] Leloudis, James L. Schooling the New South, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1996. The concept of teaching students in groups divided into grades was a critical change promoted by the school reform movement that had begun in North Carolina in the 1880's. The Canada School, while not a public school, appeared to have adopted the reform principles when it opened in 1896. The school reform movement gained power statewide when it became tied to the white supremacy campaign of Charles Aycock who was elected Governor in 1901. The governor assuaged the fears of poor white voters by promising better education that would ensure that their children could pass literacy tests required for voting.

[3] Gilgor, Bob. "Lincoln High School: Mighty Tigers" (Exhibit, Exhibit Text Summary, and Transcripts), 2001. Available for view on request at the Chapel Hill Museum. Web exhibit here

[4] McElreath, Michael. "The Cost of Opportunity: School Desegregation and Changing Race Relations in the Triangle Since World War II" (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania). 2002. This dissertation has an extensive bibliography. It is also available at the North Carolina Collection at the Wilson Library, UNC-CH.

[5] Caldwell, Edwin. "History of Lincoln High School". Unpublished essay. June 1973.

[6] For more information about the Rosenwald schools in the area refer to: Wynn, Patrick. "To Build A School", Chapel Hill News, October 27, 2004, p. C1.

[7] Vickers, James. Chapel Hill: An Illustrated History, Barclay Publishers, Chapel Hill, NC, 1985.

[8] Wynn, Patrick, "A School For Black Kids, Lost in Time", Chapel Hill News, January 21, 2007. For additional information about Morris Hogan, see: Eyre, Doug, A Family Rose Through Education, Hard Work, Chapel Hill News, November 19, 2006

Additional sources include:

Lincoln High School at the Chapel Hill Musuem

UNC Libraries Education in North Carolina: A Pathfinder

NCDPI edhistory.html page [dead link]

Freeman, Charles Maddry, "Growth and Plans for a Community: A Study of Negro Life in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, NC", MA Thesis UNC 1944.

Hill, Virginia. "Local Histories/Local Memories of Desegregation" (PhD Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). 1997.

Horn, Carolyn Askew. The Evolution of a Southern Conscience, Magnolia Marketing and Publishing Company, Chapel Hill, NC, 1993.

Walker, Nathan W. History of the Chapel Hill Schools. "Hillife" 1(1925): 12-16. Available for viewing on request at the Chapel Hill High School Media Center. It has photographs of the earliest Chapel Hill public school buildings.

William, Lester Alonzo. "A Study of the Public Schools in Orange County, North Carolina." UNC Record, no.166 (June 1919). Available at the North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, UNC-CH.

Credits
The CHCCS District History timeline was compiled by Mia Day Burroughs with generous assistance from Michael McElreath, James Leloudis, Valerie Foushee, Marilyn Luby and Traci Davenport of the Chapel Hill Museum, Harry McKeon of the North Carolina Collection at UNC-CH, Jerry Cohen- Director of Bill Drafting of the N.C. General Assembly, Susan Worley, Doug Eyre, Patrick Winn, Stephanie Knott, Donna Wyatt, Robin Nucilli and Neil Pedersen.