Printer-friendly versionPDF version Select ratingGive Culture 1/5Give Culture 2/5Give Culture 3/5Give Culture 4/5Give Culture 5/5 Average: 3.6 (72 votes) Culture Architecture Art Crafts Fine Arts Folklore and Legends Food and Drink Literature Media Museums Music Pastimes Performing Arts Pop Culture Religion Sports 24 August 2009 Comments Snoop Dogg replied on Thu, 05/26/2016 - 12:40 Permalink Comment: Why Isn't Jewelry Making On Here? reply kagan replied on Thu, 05/26/2016 - 14:04 Permalink Comment: Hi Snoop, That's a very good question. NCpedia does have a number of articles on silversmiths but we do not have an article on jewlery making. I will add it to our list of needed entries. Here is a link to entries about silversmiths: http://ncpedia.org/gsearch?query=silversmith Thanks for asking this question! Best wishes, Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library reply Miss Reyna replied on Wed, 11/16/2011 - 22:12 Permalink Comment: Here are links that deal with the statue of Mary entitled, "Our Lady of North Carolina" at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/acgphotography/3420384568/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_Heart_Cathedral_(Raleigh,_North_Carolina) http://www.cureprayergroup.org/d61.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Catholic_Diocese_of_Raleigh This is all I have regarding the Our Lady of North Carolina statue so far. From Miss Reyna reply munderhill replied on Mon, 11/14/2011 - 08:47 Permalink Comment: Thanks for the feedback, Miss Reyna! We do have an article on the Catholic Church in NC at http://ncpedia.org/religion/catholic-church. If you know anyone knowledgeable about the statue, please send them my way. We are always looking for contributors. http://ncpedia.org/contribute Thanks, Michelle Czaikowski, Government & Heritage Library reply Anonymous replied on Sun, 11/13/2011 - 22:50 Permalink Comment: Please do an article on the history of Roman Catholicism in NC as well as the statue of "Our Lady of North Carolina." Thanks. Miss Reyna reply Add a comment PLEASE NOTE: NCpedia will not publish personal contact information in comments, questions, or responses. Complete guidelines are available at http://ncpedia.org/comments. Your name E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment * More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Type "NCpedia": * This is a test to prevent automated spam comments.