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24860
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In addition to a list of the state parks in North Carolina, this article focuses on three parks within Eastern Living Magazine the ten county coverage of the magazine: Goose Creek State Park, Medoc Mountain State Park, and Pettigrew State Park.
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39933
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This article features 12 women from North Carolina being: Virginia Dare; Cornelia Phillips Spencer; Dolly Payne Madison; Charlotte Hawkins Brown; Marie Watters Coleman; Katie G. Dorsett; Nina Simone; Sarah Parker; Mary Elizabeth Alexander Hanford Dole; Patricia 'Pat' Timmons-Goodson; Beverly Marlene Moore Perdue; Jennifer Pharr Davis
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39491
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This article features Andre Alfred, of Ahoskie, Professional Sports Photographer.
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39487
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The athletes featured are: Julius Frazier Peppers; Charlie Sifford; Ray Charles 'Sugar Ray' Leonard; Meadowlard Lemon III; Catherine 'Kathy' Laverne McMillan; Roman IIdonzo Gabriel, Jr.; Burgess Urquhart 'Whitey' Whitehead; Gaylord Jackson Perry; James 'Catfish' Augustus Hunter; Michael Jeffrey Jordan; Richard Lee Petty; Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr.; and Dominique Wilkins.
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39482
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This article is a features about Martin County baseball back to the 1920's. Farm Life pitcher, Evan Perry, father of Hall of Famer, Gaylord Perry, and Major League pitcher, Jim Perry and Raymond Henry Stalls, of the Everetts community, were both talents in 'County League Baseball.' The love of baseball passed down the Raymond Henry Stalls family when by the 1940's he was joined on the roster by three of his sons.
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38134
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This museum in Tarboro, opened in 2004, is more than a way to honor Edgecombe veterans from wars spanning the American Revolution to Middle East conflicts. It offers a way of life across the centuries and all military branches. Its 30,000 plus gems include bayonets, Civil War battle flags, a restored WWII jeep, samurai swords, Nazi helmets, and 1,000 photographs.
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34394
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Two Hyde County residents, Gloria Jennette and Bertha Spencer, highly regarded genealogists and historians, have each spent over twenty years researching their families. Using a variety of records including slave records, they have been able to trace some of their ancestors to the mid to late 1700s and early 1800s. Between the two of them, they possess a mixture of surnames of men and women who lived in various communities throughout Hyde County such as Middleton, White Plains, Nebraska, Slocum, Mount Pleasant and Piney Woods.
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23289
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The Cashie River in Bertie County is historically significant to the small town of Windsor, which is the reason it sits in its present location.
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23836
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The Brady C. Jefcoat Museum in Murfreesboro, North Carolina displays the collection of Brady Jefcoat. There are more than 16,000 items in the collection, some dating back to the Great Depression. Most of the artifacts are old household items like washing machines, radios, and plumbing hardware.
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39457
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The article gives a history of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Rocky Mount, Nash County, NC
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16760
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When Hurricane Isabel blew the water out of the Cashie River in Bertie County in 2003, the remains of a large wooden ship were visible. Photographs were sent to the Underwater Archaeology Department at East Carolina University and researchers spent two seasons working on the wreck in 2009 and 2010. Fueston describes some of their findings.
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39941
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The article gives the background of how E. T. Taylor, of Farm Life, NC, created the outdoor drama 'The Message of Easter. The outdoor drama is located beside Piney Grove Baptist church in the Farm Life community of Martin County.'
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39387
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Dr. Christopher White, a Georgia native, holds a BA in Mathematics and English from Mercer University; Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in religion from Emory University. He was the first US citizen to be awarded the honorary Doctorate of Musical Arts from the prestigious Moscow State Conservatory of Music in Russia for his support of music and the arts in higher education. He left Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, NC as president and founder of M. Christopher White School of Divinity and came to Chowan College in 2003. He began a campaign to turn Chowan College around, make it successful and eventually getting it named Chowan University.