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This Day in North Carolina History

What do Nina Simone, headache powders, Blackbeard, moonshine and Grandfather Mountain have in common? They all had a role to play in the history of North Carolina. And they can all be found in “This Day in North Carolina History,” an illustrated, day-by-day look at our state’s history and culture, recently published by the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.

Amended post: Archie K. Davis Fellowship Program is Thirty and Thriving

Since the spring of 1988, approximately 400 scholars have been awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowships in a targeted research program sponsored by the North Caroliniana Society. On a competitive basis, the program’s funding has supported hands-on research by young scholars spending time in North Carolina’s historical and cultural collections, both public and private.

Van Eeden Historical Marker Dedication

In 1939, the lives of nine German Jewish families were rescued from the Holocaust and given homes and small farms in rural Pender County.

All are cordially invited to a dedication program & unveiling of a new North Carolina Highway Historical Marker

VAN EEDEN

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Pender County Public Library

103 S. Cowan St. in Burgaw, North Carolina

 

NC Military Historical Society's Meeting and Symposium

N.C.   MILITARY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Annual Meeting and Symposium
Saturday, May 12, 2018

Members and Officers of the North Carolina Military Historical Society hereby announce and invite you and your friends to attend the annual meeting and SYMPOSIUM featuring speakers and exhibits focusing on North Carolina’s contributions during the First World War.
 

Archie K. Davis Fellowship Program is Forty and Thriving

Since the spring of 1988, approximately 400 scholars have been awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowships in a targeted research program sponsored by the North Caroliniana Society. On a competitive basis, the program’s funding has supported hands-on research by young scholars spending time in North Carolina’s historical and cultural collections, both public and private.

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