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21971
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This article examines the construction of Hayes Plantation in Edenton by Governor Samuel Johnston in 1801, with attention placed on Johnston's history, background, and the steps he took in building the city.
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21969
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This article discusses the significant homes and people of Bath. Included in the article are the old Marsh home, the first library in the state, and the old Fort, as well as residents such as Christopher Gayle, Mary Evans, and Tobias Knight.
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21970
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This article discusses Colonel Edward Buncombe, his family and their estate, Buncombe Hall. The article outlines the Buncombe family in the colonies, the establishment of the Buncombe Hall, and Colonel Buncombe's service during the Revolutionary War as an officer in the Continental Army.
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