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Jack Decides By Bonnie Bladen
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When Charlie brings Jack home, he realizes that taking care of a new puppy isn't as easy as it seems! It takes lots of responsibility and hard work. An Easy-To-Read book for children and families... More > expecting a new furry friend.< Less
Bladen County, N.C. - Road and Ferry Records (1896-1955) By Stewart Dunaway
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Bladen County was formed in 1734 from New Hanover. Bladen is a very old Colonial county, and this author was expecting to find a treasure of old documents. Instead, the most modern records this... More > author has transcribed are contained in this volume. Almost all of the records are typed, therefore needing no transcription work, save a few names, places, and cataloging for the vast majority of these records. The box as documented by the archives includes “bridge” in this collection, but this author did not find any. Also the box documented records beginning in 1901 and the box contains a ferry records from 1896. Bladen was reduced in size (like all of the old colonial counties), birthing, Anson (1750), Brunswick (1764), Columbus (1808), Cumberland (1754), Orange (1752), and Robeson (1787) counties.< Less
The African American Autry Families of Southeast North Carolina By Clarence "Allen Omega" Autry & Prentice Autry
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Historical and Genealogical information for the African American Autry families of Southeast North Carolina. Other topics include the importation of slaves into colonial Carolina and the Civil War.
The River Volume 3 By Brandi Guffey & Scott Hicks
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A literary magazine featuring the creative writings, poetry, art, and photography of students grades 6-12 from Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Cumberland, Hoke, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, or Scotland... More > County in North Carolina.< Less
Listen for Home By k.s. lewis
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Listen for Home, the third published book of k.s. lewis includes a search for home through full color photography, prose, poetry, stories, drawings and a play,The God of Horses. The book includes a... More > July 2009 road trip to Webster County Nebraska, the area and people of which Willa Cather wrote and where the author was raised.< Less
Listen for Home By k.s. lewis
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Listen for Home, the third published book of k.s. lewis includes a search for home through full color photography, prose, poetry, stories, drawings and a play,The God of Horses. The book includes a... More > July 2009 road trip to Webster County Nebraska, the area and people of which Willa Cather wrote and where the author was raised.< Less
North Carolina Colonial Land Records - Lapsed Warrants (1740-1761) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains the records from NC State Archives dealing with lapsed and delayed Royal Grants. This book covers those records for Johnston and Bladen County. This book has transcribed records,... More > sorted, indexed and cataloged including photographs of the original records.< Less
New Hanover County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Ferry Records (1798-1907) By Stewart Dunaway
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New Hanover County was formed in 1729, from Craven County. New Hanover will be continually subdivided, beginning with the formation of Bladen and Onslow County in 1734, followed by Duplin County in... More > 1750, and Brunswick County in 1764. Finally, in a more modern era, Pender County will be carved out of New Hanover in 1875. Despite the age, the colonial records were not preserved. In addition, the researcher will have to analyze the date and pick the county that the record might reside in, due to so many counties birthed from it. Duplin County has no preserved records (road, bridge, mill, ferry, ordinary - type records), Bladen has only modern records (1900s), however, Onslow has a nice set (already transcribed), and Brunswick (already transcribed) has a modest collection. THERE are some Civil War related records detailing burned bridges and damaged ferries.< Less
Robeson County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Mill Records (1833-1924) By Stewart Dunaway
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Robeson County Road, Bridge, and Mill Records contain a very nice collection of county records, although nothing from the 18th century. Robeson County was formed in 1787, from Bladen County. Blade... More > was a very old and massive territory with an undefined western boundary. Unfortunately, Bladen road records were not preserved from its early 18th century era either. Robeson County was never subdivided. Despite these records being rather modern, this is a nice collection of roads, bridges, and mills.Robeson has a nice collection of records with a folder of bridge records (1833-1897) many road records (1835-1924) and a small collection of mill records (1835-1911). This county interfaces with many other counties (including S.C.) defining an excellent road route necessary for commercial and personal needs.< Less
Anson County, N.C. - Road and Mill Records (1855-1903) By Stewart Dunaway
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Anson County was formed in 1750 from Bladen County. Bladen was formed in 1734 from New Hanover County, which was formed in 1729 from Craven. Craven was formed from Bath in 1705. Of course, Bath was... More > an original county (1664) and was abolished in 1739. However, none of the 18th century road records were preserved. Neither are there any old 19th century records. Yet, what was preserved is included in this volume. This collection contains two folders pertaining to grist mills. These records were filed in the miscellaneous County records. Also there was one folder with a document pertaining to licenses – of which included Ordinary licenses – which this author also transcribes. Although this is not an Ordinary Bond, it does include a list of Ordinary owners from the 18th century.< Less