Johnson, Gerald White

Personal Information

Pseudonym/ Also Know As
Charles North
  • Gender: Male; Ethnicity: W.
  • Born in 1890, in Scotland, NC.
  • Died in 1980.

Included Titles By Johnson, Gerald White

Here are some other books by the author:
Children’s Non-Fiction
America, Morrow, 1959-1960, 3 volumes
The Supreme Court, Morrow, 1962
The Presidency, Morrow, 1962
The Congress, Morrow, 1963
Communism, Morrow, 1964
The Cabinet, Morrow, 1966
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Morrow, 1967
The British Empire, Morrow, 1969
Non-Fiction
The Story of Man's Work, Minton, Balch, 1925
What Is News?, Knopf, 1926
Andrew Jackson, Minton, Balch, 1927
The Undefeated, Minton, Balch, 1927
Randolph of Roanoke, Minton, Balch, 1929
Number Thirty-Six, Minton, Balch, 1933
The Secession of the Southern States, Putnam, 1933
A Little Night Music, Harper, 1937
The Wasted Land, University of North Carolina Press, 1937
The Sunpapers of Baltimore, Knopf, 1937
America's Silver Age, Harper, 1939
Roosevelt, Harper, 1941
American Heroes and Hero-Workship, Harper, 1943
Woodrow Wilson, Harper, 1944
An Honorable Titan, Harper, 1946
The First Captain, Coward, 1947
Liberal's Progress, Coward, 1948
Our English Heritage, Lippincott, 1949
Incredible Tale, Harper, 1950
This American People, Harper, 1951
Pattern for Liberty, McGraw, 1952
Mount Vernon, Random House, 1953
The Lunatic Fringe, Lippincott, 1957
The Lines Are Drawn, Lippincott, 1958
Peril and Promise, Harper, 1958
The Man Who Feels Left Behind, Morrow, 1961
Hod-Carrier, Morrow, 1964
Politics, University of Tennessee, 1970
The Imperial Republic, Liveright, 1972
America-Watching, Stemmer House, 1976
South-Watching, University of North Carolina Press, 1983

N.C. Locations Associated with Johnson, Gerald White

Resided in:
Greensboro (City/Town)
Lexington (City/Town)
Thomasville (City/Town)
Taught at:
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina -Greensboro
Studied at:
Wake Forest University

Awards