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10019
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Elizabeth Hutchinson was born in Ireland and came to America with her husband Andrew Jackson a decade before the Revolutionary War. They settled in North Carolina. She was widowed when her children were young and was largely responsible for the development of the character of her son Andrew, who would later become President of the United States. While caring for wounded American Revolutionary War soldiers in Charleston, South Carolina, she contracted a fever, died, and was buried in an unmarked grave.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 1 Issue 7, Nov 1943, p21, 31-32, bibl
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10018
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The article provides short, biographical sketches of the North Carolina's Congressional delegation of 1943.
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10032
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Many important events happened in North Carolina during November that were important in the forward progress of the state or were conclusions of projects earlier begun. One of the earliest was the death of the pirate Blackbeard on November 22, 1718. Revolutionary War and Civil War activities, as well as the arrival of the Moravians in what is now Forsyth County in 1753, were among other events.
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