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The North Carolina Museum of History recently acquired more than 5000 artifacts of pharmaceutical items from Raleigh and farm materials from Polk County.
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1631
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In 1972 the grave of a Native American woman was unearthed in Stokes County by anthropologists from UNC-Chapel Hill. Later, using forensic reconstruction, the Office of State Archaeology and the NC Museum of History re-created the woman's appearance.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. 33 Issue 2, Spring 1994, p5-10, il, por
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2024
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Since 1902 the North Carolina Museum of History lacked a permanent home; but in 1994 the Museum opened a new, 55,000-square-foot building in Raleigh for exhibiting art and artifacts of North Carolina and its people.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 61 Issue 11, Apr 1994, p21-23, il
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2259
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The North Carolina Museum of History officially welcomed James C. McNutt as the museum's new administrator on February 15, 1995. One of McNutt's first duties was to welcome participants to a symposium on southern women's history.
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2524
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The North Carolina Museum of History officially welcomed James C. McNutt as the museum's new administrator on February 15, 1995. Prior to this appointment, he worked twelve years at the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures.
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16846
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The North Carolina Museum of History was not called a museum until 1965. Prior to 1965 it was known as the Hall of History because it was merely a collection in a hall of the State Museum of Natural History. Colonel Fred A. Olds began collecting historic pieces in 1885 and eventually the collection grew in number by various collectors and agencies to warrant a completely separate building scheduled to open in 1990.
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6194
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One of the nation's largest flag collections, which contains over 320 items dating from the American Revolution to the present, is housed in Raleigh in the North Carolina Museum of History. The oldest flag dates from 1781 and is thought to have been carried at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse.
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