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I'm here again.
How about a bio of George Garland Allen of Warrenton and New York?
He was a big wheel in the Duke empire and British American Tobacco Co.
Julian Smith

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Thanks, Julian. We love suggestions! George Garland Allen is mentioned in this entry: North Carolina Society of New York. We will put it on our list of possible biographies to include. Thanks again for the suggestions!

 

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

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How about a bio of Thomas Jefferson Green and his son Wharton Jackson Green of Warren County, NC?
They were quite some people.
julian Smith

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The biography for Thomas Jefferson Green is now available here. The biography on Wharton Jackson Green is coming soon. I'll comment again when it is available.

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

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The biography for Wharton Jackson Green is now available. Thanks for your interest!

Mike Childs, Government & Heritage Library, State Library of N.C.

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WOW!! I'm impressed! Great job on putting this all together. Kudos to Michelle and the entire staff for "great beginnings"! As a property owner in Brunswick County, I'll be back for more research answers! THANK YOU!

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That's pretty cool

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Hey michelle,
i mean i want some REALLLLLLLLLLYYYYYYY cool facts about nc... so, um can u like tell me where that is? i already know about the quick facts page, and no offense, but those facts aren't really that cool. i want facts that
make me say, "WOW! Those are AMAZING facts!" so... puh-leez help me find that mk?

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I think you may have asked the same question on another page. If not, someone else asked something very similar. Regardness, here is a link to the response that links to several entries here with some interesting information about North Carolina.

http://ncpedia.org/about/quickfacts#comment-616

I hope it helps!

Michelle Czaikowski, Government & Heritage Library

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This site is WAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY COOL1!!! thx 4 helping me with my state report!! i luv how on the homepage the cardinal changes 2 a dogwood n then the dogwood changes 2 a squirrel. also, i do wanna learn some REALLY REALLY amazing cool awesome facts about nc. anywhere i can get that?

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