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5 results for The North Carolina Booklet Vol. 8 Issue 4, April 1909
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22272
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This article reviews the program for the 1908 dedication of a memorial tablet commemorating the signers of the 1774 Edenton Tea Party Resolve. Also noted were the Tea Party descendants in attendance, dedication participants and selected speeches from the dedication ceremony.
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22296
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The Battle of Kings Mountain took place near the town of Kings Mountain, North Carolina on the prominence across the border in South Carolina. The decisive defeat of Loyalist militia under Patrick Ferguson ended Cornwallis advance into North Carolina in October 1780.
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22297
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This article chronicles the establishment of schools and implementation of education in North Carolina between the late 17th century and the mid-18th century.
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22266
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The unveiling of the Memorial to the Edenton Tea Party involved steps taken by both local and national organizations to raise funds for the erection of the monument.
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22298
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Several North Carolina women who played parts in various phases of the Revolutionary War including Betsy Dowdy, Mary Slocumb, and Flora MacDonald.
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