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North Carolina’s automobile license plate slogan “First in Freedom” has stirred controversy, but may be valid. According to historian Dr. Hugh T. Lefler of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s role in the freedom movement is marked by four major events during the Revolutionary period, each of which was instrumental in moving the state and nation toward independence. These events include the First Provincial Congress in New Bern, the Mecklenburg Resolves, the Battle at Moore’s Creek, and the Halifax Resolves.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 7 Issue 7, July 1975, p6-7, il, por Periodical Website
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31643
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Colonial cookery in North Carolina was chiefly English with native ingredients adapted to taste. Most of the cooking involved the extensive use of spices, herbs, and wine, and was done over an open fire or in dutch ovens. Select colonial recipes are presented from “A Tryon Palace Trifle” cookbook by Jeremy North.
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King Cotton may make a comeback in the Chowan County area, with the help of a cooperative insect control program organized by the county’s farmers. Cotton crops declined due to lack of manpower to harvest it and low profits, but Chowan’s soil is more suitable to cotton than to some of the other crops in the county.
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