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10/18/2011

Faulkner Awarded Church History Award by N.C. Baptists

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 Faulkner will be recognized by the Historical Committee at the Nov. 8 annual meeting in Greensboro, N.C., for his work “An Unbroken Chain: The History of Coats Baptist Church, 1910-2010.”
 Faulkner has published numerous articles on North Carolina history and politics and taught history for 21 years at Campbell University prior to his move to Winthrop.

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Ronnie Faulkner
ROCK HILL, S.C. - Ronnie W. Faulkner, head of technical services and development officer at the Dacus Library at Winthrop University, has been designated the winner of the historical writing competition of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.

He will be recognized by the Historical Committee at the Nov. 8 annual meeting in Greensboro, N.C., for his work “An Unbroken Chain: The History of Coats Baptist Church, 1910-2010,” which was published in 2010.

Faulkner has published numerous articles on North Carolina history and politics and taught history for 21 years at Campbell University prior to his move to Winthrop. Faulkner has been an academic librarian for more than 30 years in Tennessee, West Virginia, and in both North and South Carolina. 

A  native of Coats, N.C., Faulkner holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of South Carolina, a M.S. in library science from the University of North Carolina, an M.A. in history from East Carolina University, and a B.S. in history from Campbell University.

He serves as secretary of the Rotary Club of Rock Hill and is a member of Northside Baptist Church in Rock Hill.

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