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’ Cnagadh Cnù na Samhna/Cracking the Halloween Nut: Sensing and Making Sense of a Scottish Highland Calendar Custom

A free, open, public event to celebrate the Scottish Heritage USA Visiting Lectureship in Scottish Gaelic Studies at UNC and the Scottish heritage of historic Carolina communities.

Former Asheville WWII Female Dietitian’s Photographs Online

The State Archives of North Carolina announces the availability online for the first time the collection of Margaret L. Arthur Photographs, which is composed of over 230 photographs documenting the World War II service of 1st Lt. Margaret L. Arthur of Asheville, N.C., in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps (ANC) from 1943 to 1945. Arthur served as a dietitian at various U.S.