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15500
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The development of the dramatic arts in North Carolina has been quite interesting. Beginning with the Gifford Strolling Players as early as 1780s, North Carolina has been the home to many actors and movie stars. In 1793 New Bern vied for theatrical preeminence with the first theatrical performance given by pupils of the North Carolina school. Theatrical excellence continued in men such as John Augustin Daly, noted playwright and produce, born in Plymouth, and William Churchill DeMille, playwright, born in Washington.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 3 Issue 41, Mar 1936, p16, 30
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15499
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One of the most important national historic shrines is old Fort Raleigh, located on Roanoke Island, visited yearly by thousands of people from all over the United States. Scenes from more than 350 years ago are now being reconstructed at Fort Raleigh to preserve the area as it would have originally been built.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 3 Issue 41, Mar 1936, p5, 30, f
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15888
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W.W. Holden of Wake County was a printer, publisher and editor of the North Carolina Standard, politician, governor, and perhaps the most controversial figure in the state during Reconstruction. He was beset by many of the problems of the post-war era and the General Assembly finally impeached and removed him from office.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 3 Issue 41, Mar 1936, p10
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15889
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Iden describes the gardens on the Wake Forest campus and around town. Wake Forest College, founded in 1834, was located at this time in Wake County. Dr. Samuel Wait, the first college president, planted the first trees, many of which remain to this day.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 3 Issue 41, Mar 1936, p11, 30, il
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