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8997
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This year marks the 190th anniversary of George Washington's visit to the Guilford Courthouse Battlefield. This year is the bicentennial celebration of that battle, and events will take place at the courthouse on April 14th and 15th.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 48 Issue 9, Feb 1981, p7-8, il
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14988
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Many towns and communities can boast that George Washington \"slept here.\" In Winston-Salem, the Salem Tavern, that still exists in North Carolina, once entertained the Father of Our Country, and for two nights at that.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 35, Jan 1943, p4-5, 22, f
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19859
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This article is a reprint of several letters from North Carolinians to George Washington spanning a range of topics and written between 1778 and 1798.
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23380
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Presidents who visited Greenville include George Washington in 1791 and John F. Kennedy in 1960.\r\nSeveral Greenville citizens attended Grover Cleveland's Inauguration on March 4, 1885, and a local newspaper reported Miss Ella Monterio of Greenville as the most beautiful woman at President Cleveland's reception. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt visited Greenville in 1941. J. G. Gibbs presented President Truman with a unique desk in 1950 and in 1962, Vance Daniel of Farmville met with President Kennedy at the White House. Several Greenville citizens attended President Kennedy's funeral in 1963 and, Pitt Countians attended the Presidential Inauguration for Lyndon Baines Johnson.\r\n
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24435
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In May 1791, George Washington visited Charlotte, North Carolina and found it to be an unimpressive and ‘trifling place.’ This article discusses why the President felt that way and how the city has since changed.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 60 Issue 12, May 1993, p10-14, por
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22363
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In his 1791 diary, George Washington chronicled his travels through North Carolina. Beginning in Halifax, he visited Tarboro, Greenville, New Bern, Trenton, and Wilmington before proceeding into South Carolina. His return route in May took him through Camden, Charlotte, Salisbury and Salem.
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22895
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The mystique surrounding George Washington has made him a legend. For years, this legend has included Pitt County. From his diary we know that Washington did come through Pitt County on his southern tour and slept and ate here. He arrived in Greenville on April 19, 1791, made several comments about the town and river front , ate, and continued his journey towards New Bern. He stopped for the night at Shadrach Allen’s home on what is now County Home Road in Pitt County He left the next morning for New Bern. Several local families have claimed that Washington ate in their homes, but that has been proven incorrect. To mark this visit, a bronze tablet was placed on the green of the Pitt County Courthouse on November 17, 1925.
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35394
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Spy tactics used by Washington’s army included invisible ink, a hollow coin, and a woman disguised as a mentally ill man. The real mystery to readers, though, may be how these tactics could be successful, because of their lack of modern technology and problems particular to their spy tactics that cropped up along the way.
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