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Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library


I was wondering if you could tell me the date of publication of David Walbert's "The Depression for Farmers" page written in ANCHOR.
Best Regards, Danil


Good Evening,
I am going to be teaching fourth grade for the first time and would love to receive any resources you may have to share. Thank you in advance.


Dear Mary Ann,

Thanks for visiting NCpedia. Please be on the lookout for an email. Have a great school year!!

Francesca Evans, Government & Heritage Library


I attempted to use the ask a Librarian feature but it would not allow me to send the message. I was wondering if you had any trouble shooting ideas that I could try so I can ask this question.
Best Regards,


Hi, Riley.

What was the error message you received?

Thank you.

Mike Millner, NC Government & Heritage Library

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