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1618
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Valeria Lynch Lee, a native of Hollister in Halifax County, is the moderator for the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television's Black Issues Forum, a member of the University of NC Board of Governors, and an advocate of philanthropy.
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9480
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In 1949, before he became a world-famous poet, A. R. Ammons held his first teaching job at Hatteras Elementary School in Hatteras Village on the Outer Banks.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 75 Issue 5, Oct 2007, p204-206, 208, il, por Periodical Website
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1630
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Nanye'hi, known to European settlers as Nancy Ward, was a 16th-century Cherokee woman known for her indomitable spirit and her good will toward the colonists. Nanye'hi, from the Cherokee town of Chota, was present at the Treaty of Hopewell in 1785.
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27986
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Emily Wilson is the author of Memories of New Bern. The book is an oral history based on conversations with longtime residents, and captures how the town has changed over a lifetime of memories.
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