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F.D. Winston, former Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina, spoke at the unveiling of a memorial tablet at Nixonton, North Carolina, commemorating the First Albemarle Assemble which took place on February 6, 1665.
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22313
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Mecklenburg County, North Carolina resident, Colonel Thomas Polk has been credited with a major role in the May 1775 declaration of independence from British rule. However, contemporary documentation of the event seems to be lacking.
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22311
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Colonel Francis Locke of Rowan County was a North Carolina native and Patriot leader during the Revolutionary War. The article highlights he military service during the Revolution as well as his legislative service during the early days of the United States.
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22312
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This article describes the attendants and festivities at the unveiling of a memorial tablet at Nixtonton, North Carolina commemorating the First Albemarle Assembly which took place on February 6, 1665.
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22310
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This article discusses the use of art in the study and recollection of history with the example of John White's illustration of his exploration of North Carolina as the central talking point.
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