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30021
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In the midst of the United States' involvement in World War II, North Carolina's Governor discusses the rights and responsibilities of citizens during this time. Some of the responsibilities include farm labor and civilian defense.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 1 Issue 4, August 1943, p2-3, 24-25, por
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30022
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North Carolina has spent over $3 million in public health services. These services included cooperative work and funding for children's medicine, dentistry, occupational diseases, and preventative medicine.
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30025
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The North Carolina State Board and Department of Health has multiple divisions that work throughout the state on behalf of the public. In areas such as preventive medicine, epidemiology, sanitary engineering, industrial hygiene, and nutrition the Department of Health works with state and local government officials and trains individuals with up-to-date information.
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30031
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Since 1913, The North Carolina State Board of Health has been keeping a record of births and deaths in the state. Numbers have shown that births are up and deaths are down, showing that the promotion of public health initiatives in the state are helping.
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30036
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With the country in the midst of war, it is estimated that the national government will over over $300 billion by 1945. Assuming this is correct, a break down of what each North Carolina county would owe is presented, given its population size as of the last census in 1940.
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30037
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North Carolina has been the place of several advances in public health in the last decade. Reform has resulted in the employment of only trained and qualified personnel as the state becomes the model for the fight against venereal disease, the home of a new state laboratory of hygiene, division of oral hygiene, and greater work with rehabilitating children with disabilities.
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30032
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A major project of the North Carolina State Board of Health and the Zachary Smith Reynolds Foundation is in the fight against venereal disease. The state has opened more than 300 hundred clinics for the treatment of such diseases and is providing information for understanding the problem.
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30033
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In return for over a $135,000 in investments, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Hygiene provides services and materials to the people of the state. These services, including vaccines, are valued at over $3,000,000.
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30035
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The Governor of North Carolina is given certain powers and privileges given the Constitution of the state. These powers and duties change over time and currently new duties include the larger ability to appoint offices and commissions and responsibility as director of the budget.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 1 Issue 4, August 1943, p14-15, 31-32, por
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30034
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When Congress recessed in July, they had appropriated over $115 billion in new money and re-appropriated another $15 billion. Work continued on the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation and National Youth Administration, as well as addressing concerns over troubled war offices.
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30038
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Made famous by the portrait done by her son, Mathilda McNeill Whistler was born in North Carolina, part of the long-standing McNeill Clan.
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