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36354
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Details of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association, with invited speakers, Gov. James B. Hunt, Phil Ford and Frank Proffitt, Jr.
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36352
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A history of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association is given and how it was conceived.
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36360
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The author gives a small detailed history of Wentworth, Rockingham County, NC for which this and more the author won first place for Individual Literary Projects during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36366
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The author discusses colonial women using plants and berries to dye yarn. A list of the plants used in the dyeing process is given. The author won an award for Individual Literary Projects during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36362
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The author gives a transcription of an interesting diary from 1754 for which they won an award for Individual Literary Projects during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p17-19, il
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36356
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A breakdown of the awards given at the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association and this year’s recipients. Mrs. Anne Kennedy of Raleigh, NC, was named Advisor of the Year.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p10-13, il
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36358
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Photographs show some of the projects, models and constructions that were awarded during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p14-15, il
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36368
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The author interviews Harold Fonvielle, part owner of E. W. Fonvielle and Sons Feed Mill of Tabor City, NC. He discusses how the mill works and how the corn is handled. The author won a First Place award for Group Literary Projects during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36370
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Apple Corps is a magazine published by Mrs. Mimi Rosenblatt’s ninth grade English class at Flat Rock Junior High School, Flat Rock, NC. They publish articles about apples, folklore, and folk life in Henderson Co., NC. They published an article entitled ‘News from North State Packing House’ by Lora Heatherly. She explains how the North State Packing House in Edneyville, NC processes apples. They won a Group Literary Award during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p23-24, il
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36369
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The author gives a history of the Chadbourn Strawberry Festival since its inception in 1932. Eventually the coming of the strawberry weevil put an end to the strawberry industry around Chadbourn, but the festival lives on. The author won a First Place award for Group Literary Projects during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36371
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Penny Treece made a model of the Governor Ellis House and created a ring binder containing photographs, historical research and an account of the hours spent building her model. She won First Place for Individual Arts Special Achievement during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p25-26, il
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36374
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The Skewarkians, Bear Grass School, Williamston, NC constructed a model of an ‘Old Time Tobacco Barn,’ and wrote and published a book, ‘Smoke to Gold.’ They received the Group Arts Honorable Mention Award during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36372
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Model of Barnes Plantation House by Robyn Tomlinson, of Lucama, NC won First Place for Individual Arts Special Achievement during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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36375
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The author presented her writings on the Lumbee Indians and her work schedule. She was awarded Individual Literary First Place during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p28-29, il
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36373
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The Martin ‘76ers constructed a model of the 1912 Dentzel Carousel in Pullen Park, Raleigh, NC. They were awarded Group Arts First Place during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 1, , p27, 33-35, il