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historian

Jerry Clyde Cashion, American historian. Member of North Caroliniana Society, Carolina Charter Corporation, North Carolina Literature and History Association, Southern History Association, History Society North Carolina (secretary since 1981), Phi Gamma Delta (advisor since 1965, Durance award 1980).

Background

Cashion, Jerry Clyde was born on November 18, 1940 in Statesville, North Carolina, United States. Son of Benjamin Harrison and Alma (Spears) Cashion.

Education

Bachelor of Arts North Carolina, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, University North Carolina, 1979.

Career

Teaching assistant University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1964—1970, instructor, 1971—1974. Contract researcher North Carolina division Archives and History, Raleigh, 1965—1969, research supervisor, since 1975. Visiting professor North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 1978, 1981.

Advisory education board American Four Hundredth Anniversary committee. Member North Carolina History Records Avenue committee, 1981—1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Fort Butler and Cherokee Removal from North Carolina, 1970. Co-author: Fort Dobbs, 1976. Editor: Guide to North Carolina Highway Historical Markers.

Membership

Member of North Caroliniana Society, Carolina Charter Corporation, North Carolina Literature and History Association, Southern History Association, History Society North Carolina (secretary since 1981), Phi Gamma Delta (advisor since 1965, Durance award 1980).

Connections

father:
Benjamin Harrison Cashion

mother:
Alma (Spears) Cashion