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37413
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A close examination was offered to three of the Palace's recent acquisitions. These were Eastern Piedmont pottery from the 19th and 20th centuries; manuscript collections from Judge William J. Gaston, whose accomplishments include penning “The Old North State”; a map of the Battle of New Bern, a 1900 blueprint copy of a map drawn by an unidentified Union soldier.
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The Palace (NoCar F 264 N5 P3), Vol. 12 Issue 1, Winter 2013/2014, p6-7
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36147
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This article was written in response to incorrect information contained in Frederick Sloatman’s “Streets and Roads of New Bern Linking Us with the Past,” published in the Spring 1993 edition. One of Sloatman’s corrections was in reference to New Bern’s involvement in the Revolutionary War. The second correction was an omitted paragraph. It referenced names of streets on the Price-Fitch map included in the previous article.
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36460
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The author discusses using maps to find information on a place. He uses several maps of New Bern as an example to show how a certain place changes over time.
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