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Primary Source: Amnesty Letters
Primary Source: Americans React to Pearl Harbor
Primary Source: Amending the U.S. Constitution
Primary Source: Amadas and Barlowe Explore the Outer Banks
Primary Source: All Hail to Thee, Thou Good Old State
Primary Source: Alice Duer Miller's "Why We Oppose Votes for Men"
Primary Source: Aftermath of the Battle of Alamance
Primary Source: African American Spirituals
Primary Source: African American College Students, 1906
Primary Source: Advertisements for Child Academies
Primary Source: Address of The Raleigh Freedmen's Convention
Primary Source: A Virginian Responds to Dunmore's Proclamation
Primary Source: A Virginia Boy Volunteers
Primary Source: A UNC Student Asks to Sign Up
Primary Source: A Textile Mill Worker's Family
Primary Source: A Soldier Recalls the Trail of Tears
Primary Source: A Sharecropper's Contract
Primary Source: A Sampling of Black Codes
Primary Source: A Pledge to Violate the Stamp Act
Primary Source: A Plea for Supplies
Primary Source: A Petition to Protect Loyalist Families
Primary Source: A Petition to Free a White Slave
Primary Source: A Letter to Brigadier General Rutherford
Primary Source: A Letter from Major Christopher Gale, November 2, 1711
Primary Source: A German Immigrant Writes to Home
Primary Source: A Free School in Beaufort
Primary Source: A Female Raid
Primary Source: A Father's Advice to His Sons
Primary Source: A Declaration and Proposals of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina (1663)
Primary Source: A Civil War at Home: Treatment of Unionists
Primary Source: A Brief Description of the Province of Carolina
Primary Source: A Black Officer in an Integrated Army
Primary Source: A Bill to Prevent All Persons from Teaching Slaves to Read or Write, the Use of Figures Excepted (1830)
Primary Source: A Bilious Fever
Primary Source: 4-H Club Promotional Materials
Primary Source: 4-H Club Instructions