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Is the Cooleemee Plantation open for tours?

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Hello, 

I'm sending your comment to our reference librarias who can assist you. 

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Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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Hello,
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

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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.

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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

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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.
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Riley

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Hi, Riley.

What was the error message you received?

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Mike Millner, NC Government & Heritage Library

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