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13 results for Carolina Trees & Branches Vol. 6 Issue No. 2, April 1997
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37537
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Announcement of the re-enactment of the battle in Camden County, NC.
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37535
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Annotated transcription of the records. Other surnames include: Forbes, Sanderlin.
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37536
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How Tombstone Point on Albemarle Sound Got Its Name.
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37534
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Transcription of the gravestones found in the Gordon Cemetery and the Trafton Cemetery.
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37538
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Article from 1918 describing incidents from the Civil War like the saving of Edenton from being burned by the Yankees and a detailed tableaux given in a large barn.
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37539
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Civil War re-enactors in Edenton bring the war alive for Chowan County Middle School eighth graders.
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37545
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List of some historical facts about Hertford and Perquimans County, NC.
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37544
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An early history of stores and buildings of the town of Drum Hill.
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37540
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About the Wessington House, Edenton, NC built in 1850.
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37543
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A history of the outdoor drama ‘The Lost Colony,’ since 1937.
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