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19534
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Richard Dobbs Spaight was born in New Bern on March 25th, 1758 to Richard Spaight, a grand nephew of colonial Governor Arthur Dobbs. The article offers a biographical sketch of Spaight's life and his successful career as a state politician.
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19536
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The article is a summation of the history and establishment of the North Carolina Fuel Administration as culled from the administration's records. The Fuel Administration began in 1917 and primary function was to monitor food and fuel supplies during World War I. An appendix to the article lists both state and local fuel administrators by name, address, designation, date of employment, and whether these members served on a voluntary or salary basis.
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19537
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Part II, the first appearing in volume 1 issue 1 of this journal, of Colonel Pratt's diary reprinted here and covering his service from July 8, 1918 to July 30, 1918.
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19535
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Fries discusses her passion and conviction for historical research. She makes the analogy that historical research is akin to a jigsaw puzzle in the sense that both require assembling pieces to form an entire picture. To further this analogy, she discusses the life of Anna Nitschmann as pieced together through historical research.
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