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Dear Elizabeth,

Could you let me know which link you're referring to?

Thank you.

Mike Millner, NC Government & Heritage Library


wonderful article


Is there a new location for the 100 NC icons? The link appears to be broken. Thank you!


Hi Sarah,

Thank you for letting us know about this!  I have fixed the URL so you should be able to pull it up now.  And here is the link:

Best wishes,

Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library


Looking forward to spending time on this site!


My Uncle was a welder at the shipyard during the war before joining the Army and participating in the Phillipine Islands campaign. Are there any resources available that might include rosters of those who worked at the shipyard?


Hi Jay,

Thank you for visiting NCpedia and sharing your comment and question.

Could you tell me the name of the shipyard where your uncle worked? And I will try to help you locate more information. I am also replying to the email you included with your comment.

Best wishes,

Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library




Your grandpa Dougal was at this rally along with several of our family members. Uncle Lester, Tessie, Bo Jones...Ronnie's daddy, etc. ... Interesting bit of information.


i wonder if there is a place where i can purchase the language theory and sounds Mr. Bushyhead made with his daughter and a videographer.

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