Duplin County
Pronunciation: DOO-plen
Seat: Kenansville
Formed: 1750
Named After: Thomas Hay, Lord Duplin, an English nobleman
About Duplin County
NCECHO Cultural Heritage Sites
National Register of Historic Places
Population History
Soil Survey Map

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Duplin County. Twelve North Carolina Counties in 1810-1811. North Carolina Historical Review. V
Author: Dickson, William
Date: 1928

The Duplin story : an historical play with music
Author: Byrd, Sam, 1908-
Date: 1950

Flashes of Duplin's history and government
Author: McGowen, Faison Wells, 1903-
Date: 1903

Ordinances of the town of Wallace, North Carolina
Author: Wallace (N.C.)
Date: 1921

Soil survey of Duplin County, North Carolina
Author: Root, Aldert S.
Date: 1905

The Story of the Duplin County Agricultural Society
Author: Cox, Macy
Date: 1958