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37420
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About Brush Arbor Churches showing illustrations.
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37427
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A list of firsts in America, like Virginia Dare, was the first white child; the first minister was Robert Hunt of Jamestown, VA in 1607; the first female in Virginia was in 1608; the first marriage in Virginia was in 1608; the first intermarriage between whites and Indians (John Rolfe to Pocahontas) in 1613; the first legislative assembly in Virginia was in 1619; the first periodical in North America was the Boston News Letter in 1705; the first periodical in Virginia was the Virginia Gazette in 1736; the first crossing of the Blue Ridge by whites was in 1714 and the first Iron furnace in North America was in Spottsylvania Co., VA in 1730.
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37419
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History of towns all over North Carolina giving their former names; for example: Washington, NC was formerly known as ‘Peatown’ and then ‘Archdale.’
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37421
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Transcription of the Mathias Bible record. Other surnames include: Brable, Hutchins, Doxey, Dozier.
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37429
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Phillips family lineage eight generations from William/Peter Phillips.
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37430
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Small history of the Mamie Post Office, Currituck County, NC