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38431
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Transcription of the catalogue, giving names of students, teachers, cost and description. The owner of the catalogue also gives a small genealogy of his White family.
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38432
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The town developed when William Burgess and his son, John Burgess, bought land at the head of Portahonk Creek. In 1758, John Burgess built a Baptist Meeting house and school house there, becoming the Shiloh Meeting House in 1812. A post office was established there in 1826.
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38433
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The story of how an area where the Albemarle Sound and a bay on Lower Pasquotank River intersect became known as Old Trap. It seems there was a tavern there and the women would get mad because it would ‘trap’ men going to grind at a windmill.
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38440
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The author gives an affectionate history of a simple woman from Elizabeth City, NC.
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38441
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The author gives a history of Anthony Burton Persse, of Chowan Co., NC and later of Elizabeth City, NC.
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38435
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Biography of George Roscoe Little, Sr. (1873-1954) of Pitt County and Elizabeth City, NC.
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38434
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Annotated deed of release from Burt Lassiter to M. L. Lassiter.
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38442
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Newspaper accounts of two Boushall weddings: Dr. John D. Toy to Miss Penelope Boushall 1826 and Malachi W. Boushall to Miss Clotilda Dozier 1821.
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