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21915
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This article examines a series of eight embroidery samplers from the Piedmont region of North Carolina and South Carolina. These samplers were produced by schoolgirls who received instruction at academies associated with the Bethel Presbyterian Church of York County, South Carolina. The style of this group exhibits elements of Scottish and Irish needle working.
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21921
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This article examines the life and trade of William Little, a cabinetmaker from Sneedsborough, North Carolina in the Piedmont region. Coming across from England in 1798, Little created furniture in a purely English tradition not found inland from the port centers of the coast.
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24712
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The author discusses his trip through the Piedmont to the Blue Ridge Mountains, with a particular focus on Asheboro.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 19 Issue 41, March 1952, p6-7, 16, il
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22562
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Although few early written accounts of Indians in the Piedmont region of North Carolina exist, there are traces of the native populations that have been left behind. The Saponi, Tutelo, and especially the Catawba were strong tribes in the Piedmont region, as seen through relics and remains such as stone implements, pottery, arrows, and even graves.
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30335
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One primary core of the industrial South's population has been the Piedmont region of North Carolina. With rolling hills and folkways, the Piedmont has produced the physical conditions and populations that have prompted the growth of industry in North Carolina.