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This survey of colonial history traces Craven County from its initial settlement in 1709 through to establishment of the first printer in New Bern in 1749.
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22338
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Reverend Joseph Blount Chesire of Roanoke Island delivered this address on August 18th, 1910 to commemorate the 323rd anniversary of the birth of Virginia Dare and the settlement of North Carolina.
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Artist Jacob Marling (1774-1833) settled in Raleigh in 1818. In addition to painting and teaching, his cultural activities included founding the "North Carolina Museum," an early subscription library.
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This reprint of a chapter from Ashe's History of North Carolina reviews the social conditions prevalent in North Carolina in 1783 at the end of the American Revolution.
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