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I want to paint a barn quilt for my sister in law, who is a member of the Eastern Band Cherokee Indians. She lives in Robbinsville NC. I would like to know are there any certain colors or animals that represent the
E.B.C. I. ?

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I suggest contacting the tribe and the vistor's center at https://visitcherokeenc.com/eastern-band-of-the-cherokee/. 

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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Will it cost anything for the state to remove the statue in front of the Bertie County court house

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With all this event s going on in the world I think the solider in front of the Bertie County court house needs to be remove asap

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In the article, The Ghost Ship Caroll A. Deering: Still an Outer Banks Mystery, the name of the ship was actually Carroll A. Deering, Carroll spelled with 2 r's.

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My mom and aunt were at the Thomasville Baptist orphanage childrens home. I would like to get information on dates. Can you help? My mom and aunt were there in 1924. I think my mom left when she graduated either 1936 or 1937. I not sure what year my aunt left.

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Hello,

You may want to contact the local history room for Davidson County Library at https://www.co.davidson.nc.us/298/Genealogy-History-Resources. The library may also have city directories that can tell how long the children's home was in business.

Good luck!

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library.

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Osiyo, I was wondering how to find out about my great ancestors Smoker and Arrowtoter, like which route they took on the trail of tears if there is any way of knowing! Wado!

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Dear Curtis,

I have forwarded your request to our reference. Please expect a response within the next two weeks.

Francesca Evans, Government & Heritage Library

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Can you tell me the past directors of Crossnore School for children ?

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