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NCSU History Graduate Student Conference March 28

Title: NCSU History Graduate Student Conference March 28

    Location: North Carolina

    Date: 2014-11-30

    Description: History graduate students at NCSU are hosting a

       conference to be held on North Carolina State University's

       campus on March 28, 2015. Papers for this conference are now

       being accepted. All students are encouraged to submit papers.

       Some travel funding is available. Please visit

       http://history.ncsu.edu ...

Voices from "Tobe"

Voices from Tobe

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Until 1939, very few children's books featured young African Americans as primary characters. Tobe, published by UNC Press, was illustrated with photographs of children from an African American community outside Greensboro. Benjamin Filene, director of the public history program at UNC-Greensboro, will serve as moderator as several who appeared in Tobe and their descendants share their memories in a program marking the book's 75th anniversary.

Year three of "This Day in North Carolina History

Welcome to Year Three!

Today marks the start of our third year of the This Day in North Carolina History project. As we pass this milestone, all of us at the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources want to extend our thanks for your continued support of our efforts and to let you know about a few exciting things coming up.