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Primary Source: North Carolina's Leaders Speak Out on Emigration
Primary Source: North Carolina's First Public School Opens
Primary Source: North Carolina's Feed a Fighter Contest
Primary Source: North Carolina v. Mann
Primary Source: North Carolina Secedes
Primary Source: North Carolina Demands a Declaration of Rights
Primary Source: Norma Shaver and Serving in the Pacific
Primary Source: Newspaper Coverage of the First Flight
Primary Source: News Reporting of Insurrections in North Carolina
Primary Source: New Machine Shop in Plymouth, N.C.
Primary Source: New Bern Daily Journal on Municipal Electric Services
Primary Source: Ned Hyman's Appeal for Manumission
Primary Source: Nathaniel Macon on Democracy
Primary Source: Nathan Cole and the First Great Awakening
Primary Source: Minutes on The Halifax Resolves
Primary Source: Mill Villages
Primary Source: Military Reconstruction Act
Primary Source: May 1865 Advertisements
Primary Source: Max Bennet Thrasher on Rural Free Delivery
Primary Source: Mary Slocumb at Moores Creek Bridge: The Birth of a Legend
Primary Source: Mary Allen Discusses a Farm Family in Sampson County
Primary Source: Margaret Rogers and Prisoners of War in North Carolina
Primary Source: Lunsford Lane Buys His Freedom
Primary Source: Loyalist Perspective on the Violence in Wilmington
Primary Source: Louisa Jacobs on Freedmen
Primary Source: Louella Odessa Saunders on Self-Sufficient Farming
Primary Source: Lord Dunmore's Proclamation
Primary Source: Long Way to Travel
Primary Source: Lincoln's Plans for Reconstruction
Primary Source: Life Under Union Occupation
Primary Source: Life on the Land: Voices
Primary Source: Life in Camp
Primary Source: Letter Promoting the Good Roads Movement
Primary Source: Letter Home from the American Expeditionary Force
Primary Source: Letter from an African American Citizen of Wilmington to the President
Primary Source: Letter Detailing Triracial Segregation in Robeson County