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22143
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This article examines the history of the North Carolina Society of the Daughters of the Revolution from its founding in 1890 by Mrs. Flora Adams Darling up to 1906. It also looks at the requirements for membership into the Society as well as some of the various projects members undertook.
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22148
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This article provides a biographical accounting of the life and times of Dr. Richard Dillard of Edenton. During his life, Dr. Dillard earned many accolades such as an honorary degree of Master of Arts from Rutherford College in 1899; a membership on the first Historical Commission by Governor Aycock; and was a contributor to the North Carolina Booklet as well as other North Carolina focused publications.
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22150
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This biography provides a short accounting of the life and family history of J.G. de Roulhac Hamilton of the University of North Carolina. The article outlines a strong family history of service to the state of North Carolina through military and legislative means, which is continued through Hamilton's educational service to the state as an educator.
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22151
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This article provides a personal biography of Colonel F.A. Olds of Raleigh. Colonel Olds began collecting artifacts of historical significance to the state of North Carolina in the late 1870s and since 1902 has given a large amount of time and effort to the Hall of History in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has also spent a significant portion of his life writing and recording the history of North Carolina.
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22126
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This article examines the life of Major Graham Daves of New Bern. Major Daves studied law at Trinity College and served in the Confederate army during the American Civil War. After the war, he took part in numerous mercantile ventures before retiring in 1891 to focus on North Carolina history.
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22149
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This biography provides a short accounting of the life and family history of Francis Nash of Edgecombe County. Mr. Nash comes from a family of significant contributors to the state of North Carolina and he has continued this trend in public service to the state as a law clerk, lawyer, mayor, commissioner and contributor to North Carolina focused journals.
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22158
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This article provides a biographical sketch of the life of North Carolina Booklet contributor Robert Diggs Wimberly Connor. The biography starts with Mr. Connor's birth in 1878 in Wilson, North Carolina through to 1907 when this was published. It highlights his education and career in public service as a teacher, superintendent, and member of the North Carolina Historical Commission.
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22160
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This article provides a biographical sketch of the family history and life of Professor J.T. Alderman, a frequent contributor to the North Carolina Booklet. The article highlights Alderman's devotion to education in North Carolina and his family's participation in Patriot movements before and during the Revolutionary War.
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22161
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This article provides a biographical accounting of the family history and life of Sarah Beaumont Kennedy, a North Carolina Booklet contributor. The article highlights her family's participation in the founding of North Carolina as well as the United States and Mrs. Kennedy's contributions to North Carolina literature.
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22159
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This article provides a biographical sketch of the family history and life of lawyer and North Carolina Booklet contributor James Owen Carr. The article highlights his educational accolades and his family history of service during the Revolutionary War.
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22183
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This article provides a family and personal history of North Carolina Booklet contributor Richard Benbury Creecy. The accounting highlights his family's service during the American Revolution and early years of the republic as well as Creecy's own education and contributions to North Carolina historical study.
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22184
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This biography provides a personal history of North Carolina Booklet contributor William Joseph Peele. The article highlights his service as chairman of the executive committee of the State Literary and Historical Association and his historical study on the settlement of Roanoke Island.
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22181
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A biographical sketch of Dr. Charles Lee Raper, Ph.D., professor and head of the Department of Economics at the University of North Carolina.
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22185
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A biographical sketch of Raleigh lawyer and postmaster Willis Grandy Briggs.
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