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22228
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An account of the exploration and settlement of the lands around the Cape Fear River, including details of settlements, land charters, laws, and citizens.
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22231
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A short biographical sketch of Wilmington lawyer, democratic Party member, and Senior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of Free Masons, William Berry McKoy.
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22230
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A short biographical sketch of author and University of North Carolina Professor William Kenneth Boyd.
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22229
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A short biographical sketch of North Carolina Congressman John Dillard Bellamy.
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22187
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An examination of the first generation of American-born North Carolinians who, in the 18th century, migrated beyond the Allegheny mountains to establish settlements. A particular focus is placed on the political experiments and social conditions established in these westward frontier lands.
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22186
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A reprint of an address given by North Carolina Congressman John D. Bellamy to the 57th Congress of the United States about H.R. 17356, a bill to erect an equestrian statue of Revolutionary War Major General Robert Howe in Wilmington, NC. Biographical, career, and military information on Howe is provided.
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