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for The North Carolina Booklet Vol. 10 Issue 3, January 1911
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Colonial North Carolina politician Joseph Hewes enjoyed an undeserved reputation for being slow to embrace the cause independence.
Upon first contact Europeans encountered several Native American tribes occupying what is now North Carolina. Of significance among them was the Croatan tribe. In the nineteenth this name was extended to other Native American groups.
Various policies and types of state aid were used to create and repair the transportation networks in early North Carolina.