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The story of the Roberts House, near Mocksville, NC, which had a hidden tunnel from the house to Dutchman’s Creek. The tunnel may have been used during the Civil War and for the Underground Railroad.
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36400
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The Martin ‘76ers’, a very active and award winning Tar Heel Junior Historian club at LeRoy Martin Junior High School, Raleigh, NC held a reunion of past and present members. They met at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh, NC with about 150 participants.
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36404
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This is a short story based on the life of the author’s great-great-great grandfather in the Civil War.
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36396
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A history of the Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church, Guilford Co., NC, by Joy Gattis, Northeast Guilford Junior High School, McLeansville, NC.
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36402
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Information about Connemara, the last home of Carl Sandburg at Flat Rock, NC.
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36398
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Excerpt about being baptized in Lake Waccamaw taken from the publication, ‘Kin’lin,’ by Hallsboro High School, Hallsboro, NC.
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36413
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The author retells a tale about the devil visited Molly Hunt before death and how she had killed her daughter’s boyfriend. Her daughter, Daisy Hunt, saw the killing and it upset her so badly, she gave birth to Jack Hunt, who was covered in scales.
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36405
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The author talks about the second annual Indian Heritage Day in Raleigh and Indian Heritage Week in North Carolina. She lists the contributions of Indians to North Carolina and lists the five recognized tribes of Indians in the State.
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36407
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The author talks of Advance, Davie County, NC was a leading center for distilling whiskey. In 1905, the NC General Assembly passed a law prohibiting distilling in towns with a population of less than one thousand and the distilleries in Advance closed on Dec. 31, 1905.
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36410
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The author talks about the Biltmore Forest School, the first Forestry School in America. It was started on George Vanderbilt’s property in Pisgah Forest.
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36412
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The author gives a history of the small town in Hertford County, NC, bounded by the Wiccacon and Chowan Rivers. She also lists a number of renowned people from Harrellsville.
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36409
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The author goes through the Dulin cemetery, Dulin community near Mocksville, NC, and gives a history of the Philip Dulin family.
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36406
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The author gives a list of crafts done in Salem, NC in the 18th Century.
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36421
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Statistics from Region K, made up of Franklin, Granville, Person, Vance and Warren Counties, showing population, natural landmarks, products, historical facts and renowned people.
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36415
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The author tells the story of a ghost of a little girl in a flower garden. She was seen at a certain spot picking and smelling flowers. Later it was discovered proof of a murder and the spot where the little girl was seen in the garden was dug up and the skeleton of a small child was found.
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