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12701
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Illustrations of the Battle of Hatteras drawn and published originally in 1861 grace the pages of this article, depicting the Federal capture of the forts, commencing the conquest of northeast North Carolina. The original publication in Harper's Weekly has been reprinted outlining the vessels and their captains, as well as descriptions of the events taking place during the battle.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p15, il
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12699
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State Archivist H. G. Jones, a 37-year-old Caswell native, heads the largest department of archives in the nation. Guardian of documents for the entire family of four million North Carolinians, Jones is responsible for more than 7,000 cubic feet of records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Documents in Jones' charge include the 1663 Carolina Charter, county records, historical maps, and other valuable records of North Carolina's past.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p9, 23, por
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12700
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McCurry & Byrd Hosiery Mill of Lincolntown is a successful, if not unorthodox, operation whose ability to make products from salvaged material has given them a reputation as \"buzzards.\" Making men's socks from the inexpensive left-over yarn from other hosiery mills, McCurry and Byrd found a way to weave a quality product at a reduced price.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p19, 27, por
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12702
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Francis V. Kughler discusses the design and creation of his eleventh mural Industrial Awakening. The mural, created for the Institute of Government building in Chapel Hill, represents the great development of industry that occurred in North Carolina after the turn of the century. Kughler discusses his historical research, and the study of human subjects which aided in the creation of his latest work highlighting the textile industry.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p8
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12703
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North Carolinian Joe King wins fame abroad for his sought after paintings, under the alias of Vinciata. Ventriloquist, comedian, playwright, and painter, King began a series of portraits and other canvases with restrained and harmonious colors, an individualized and instantly recognizable style. His first North Carolina exhibit will be held on May 7 in the Tomlinson Exhibition building.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p11, 23, por
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13456
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North Carolina, which only a few years ago had no lakes west of the Bladen group, now has dozens of large ones, and four more are about to added. The lake created by the Tuckertown dam should be full this spring, measuring seven miles long, containing 3,000 acres, located on the Yadkin between Stanly and Montgomery Counties. Other new lakes will follow, Including Lake Norman on the Catawba, and the lake created by the Gaston Dam of Vepco on the Roanoke River.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p27, map
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