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you have nothing for this year, 2120, why

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IOk, that link is not very usful to me. There is not a lot of information on here for the 1600's.

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Correct. For the timeline we try to pinpoint specific years and events. Here are some links that may help you: http://ncpedia.org/category/subjects/colonial-period. Or, if there is something in particular you need information about, let us know and we can try to help you find it.

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Michelle Underhill, Government & Heritage Library

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I need info on edu. history

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Hi -- thanks for your question to NCpedia.

NCpedia has an extensive number of articles on the educational history of North Carolina.  These articles may help you get started (click on the blue linked text):

You can also access NCpedia's education articles by clicking on the "Education" menu option on the red menu bar at the top of any page.  This will allow you to scroll through all education listings or see entries for K-12 schools or specific universities and colleges. If you have a specific school in mind, you can also search for that school using the white  "Search NCpedia" search box in the right corner of any page.

Thanks for your question and good luck with your research!

Kelly Agan, Government & Heritage Library

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Do you guys talk about the natives at all? Just asking.

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Hi, are you looking for Native Americans? There are some articles grouped here: http://ncpedia.org/category/subjects/american-indian. If that doesn't have the information you need, tell us more about what you are looking for and we'd be happy to help.

Good luck in your research.

Michelle Underhill, Government & Heritage Library

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i wish the information could go back farther in time, because i need information that is in the 1500s, and THEN on, but it only goes back until the butt end of the 1700s. this website has useful information, but does not go back as far as others. they should re-consider this.

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Thanks for positing a comment to NCpedia. Here is a link to NCpedia entries that relate to the Precolonial (pre-1600) Period: http://ncpedia.org/category/subjects/prehistory. I hope this information helps. Good luck in your research!

Emily Horton, Government & Heritage Library, State Library of NC

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i like the time line sweet

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