Henry G. Connor

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  1. 1 2 Henry Groves Connor at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges , a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center .
  2. Henry Groves Connor, John Archibald Campbell (2004). John Archibald Campbell. Lawbook Exchange Ltd. ISBN   1-58477-445-2.
  3. W.J. Cash. "The Lost Cause Myth (quoting Cash's "The Mind of the South")". historyonthenet.com. Salem Media. [I]t is probably no exaggeration to say [Southerners] were to become in Reconstruction years the most sentimental people in history. . . . [The] Southern legend . . . moved, more powerfully even than it moved toward splendor and magnificence, toward a sort of ecstatic, teary-eyed vision of the Old South as Happy-Happy Land.
  4. Bernhard Thuersam. "George Davis: Christian, Senator, Attorney General". Cape Fear Historical Institute. Judge H.G. Conner, at Statue-Unveiling Ceremony, 20 April 1911: “You shall bring your sons to this spot, tell them the story of his life, of his patriotism of his loyalty to high thinking and noble living, of his moderation in speech, his patience under defeat, of his devotion to your City and State as a perpetual illustration and an enduring example of the dignity, the worth of a high-souled, pure-hearted Christian gentleman.”
Henry G. Connor
Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
In office
May 25, 1909 November 23, 1924
Legal offices
Preceded byJudge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
1909–1924
Succeeded by