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Part III, the second appearing in volume 1 issue 2 of this journal, of Colonel Pratt's diary reprinted here and covering his service from July 31, 1918 to August 16, 1918.
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19539
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Doctor Alderman, President of the University of Virginia, gave a memorial address at the unveiling of the Aycock statue in Raleigh. Recounted here by Dr. Alderman is the Governor's beloved reputation across the state and some of Alderman's personal anecdotes from encounters with the Governor Aycock both before and during office.
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Rev. Rights attempts to reconstruct the state's Native American history through sparse historical records. Specifically, the article records tribes' history within the Piedmont region in Orange, Chatham, Wilkes, Carbarrus counties. He studies material culture to better understand the Native American population that once inhabited the Piedmont.
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Daniels' address delivered at the Aycock Memorial Ceremony offers a biographical sketch of the former governor -- from his childhood to his death on April 4, 1912. The author discusses Governor Aycock's family, education, early career, and eventual role as state governor.
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19538
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The Aycock Memorial was built to honor state Governor Charles Brantley Aycock. Aycock Memorial Committee members unveiled the monument in Capitol Square, Raleigh on Thursday, March 13, 1924. A complete program of events and participants is included.
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