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39922
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This article features Edith Holmes Freeman Seiling of Gates County, NC, born in 1919. She worked as the first attendance supervisor for Gates County Schools. Contributing to all aspects of life in Gates County, 'Miss Edith,' was an artist, a historian, president of Gates County Historical Association, the author of several genealogy books. She wrote the history of the Reynoldson Baptist Church. She even ziplined and rode a motorcycle for the first time at age 95 and she works out three days a week at the Whaleyville Community Center.
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41003
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The unincorporated community, with a currently unassuming reputation, had the county’s first brick school and was Northampton’s only stop off place for an American president. The citizen for whom the community is named, Margaret Bynum Jordan, is known for helping a slave escape to the North and her quilt hanging in the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts.
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41272
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Profiled are facilities asserting the increasing problem with food insecurity in the United States and that college students are among this population. Examples include Murfreesboro’s Mobile Food Bank, which serves Hertford County citizens. Students at Chowan University can seek assistance with food, along with hygiene and laundry items, on campus through the Just in Time Pantry.
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19495
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An overview of the seven books North Carolina author Mebane Holoman Burgwyn published during the twenty-two years of her writing career. This review explores the influence North Carolina had on the author and how it was reflected in the literature.
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