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Recent excavations at the site of the \"new barn\" at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm in Surry County have yielded some interesting finds.
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A recently discovered plan of the Tryon Palace gardens in New Bern suggests that the grounds were considerably different in the 18th-century.
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134
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Gertrude Carraway of New Bern recently completed fifty years of continuous service to the state through the North Carolina Historical Commission.
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240
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The North Carolina Museum of History recently acquired more than 5000 artifacts of pharmaceutical items from Raleigh and farm materials from Polk County.
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761
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North Carolina's state park system floundered until the Great Depression and the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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760
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Recently-discovered documents that describe the government house and gardens of Tryon Palace between 1767 and 1770 have scholars abuzz.
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803
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The Master of Arts program in Maritime History and Underwater Research at East Carolina University is in its twelfth year. This article includes department professor profiles and a discussion of student programs and research activities.
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1165
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World War II had the following effects on the North Carolina Department of Archives and History: it emphasized NC's role in national history, stimulated the collection of historical records, opened opportunities for African-Americans' participation, and laid the foundation for the modern archival and records management program.
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1408
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In November, 1993, World War II veterans returned to Fort Fisher and the site of now-vanished Camp Davis, at Holly Ridge, to observe the fiftieth anniversary of their anti-aircraft and artillery training.
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1470
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Chapel Hill has been visited by Presidents James K. Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, and Bill Clinton.
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1583
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The North Carolina Museums Council has begun a statewide campaign, \"SOS! North Carolina,\" which will inventory publicly accessible outdoor sculpture in all 100 counties and increase awareness of the need for long-term preservation of these works.
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1584
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Camp Davis, located on the southern coast between Wilmington and present-day Topsail Island, was an important U.S. military installation in the years just before and during U.S. involvement in World War II.
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1585
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East Carolina University's Institute for Historical and Cultural Research has added a new branch, the Roanoke Colonies Research Office, which will study a variety of subjects connected with the first attempted English settlement in the New World.
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1900
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Two sketchbooks by a Union soldier, James Wells Champney, have been acquired by the North Carolina Maritime History Council. Nearly 400 drawings depict camp, fort, and African-American life in Eastern North Carolina during the war.
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1901
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The obituary column lists the following individuals who made contributions to North Carolina history: Chalmers Gaston Davidson, Elizabeth Stevenson Ives, Fannie Prue Hauser Jones, and Helmuth Jacob Naumer.
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