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for The State Vol. 18 Issue 45, Apr 1951
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Outstanding among the Carolina pirates were Edward Teach and Stede Bonnet. They played havoc with shipping off the North Carolina coast until finally captured.
Leonidas Polk, who was born in Raleigh, had the unusual distinction of being a Bishop in the Episcopal Church and a General in the Confederate Army at the same time.
An unusual rule in the duel was instrumental in saving Andrew Jackson's life in his duel against Charles Dickinson.