December 14, 1976 - Charlotte's African American women are honored by UNC.
1976 - Reverend Burke documents urban renewal.
1976 - The UNC-Charlotte basketball team wins its first national recognition.
December 16, 1975 - Gantt is appointed to the city council to serve an unexpired term.
1975 - Scattered-site housing begins.
July 11, 1975 - Judge McMillan closes the Swann case.
November 5, 1974 - Charlottean Fred Alexander becomes the first of two blacks to serve in the North Carolina State Senate since Reconstruction. Photo shows Fred Alexander meeting with his constituents, A.A. and Jennie Cobb.
October 15, 1974 - Charlotte becomes "The City that Made Integration Work."
July 1974 - The school board approves desegregation plan.
January 26, 1974 - Mayor John Belk proclaims this day Gene S. Potts Day.