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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 43, Mar 1945
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There are forty-eight general assemblies in the United States, but North Carolina is the only one that has a woman for principal clerk: Mrs. Annie E. Cooper.
The office of the Attorney General is one of the most important in North Carolina government. Lawrence presents a list with some information of the men who have served in this capacity since North Carolina became a state in its own right.