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Chapel Hill By Henry Gould
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CHAPEL HILL is a trilogy, combining novella, short story, and a sequence of poems.
Chapel Hill By Henry Gould
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CHAPEL HILL is a trilogy, featuring novella, short story, and a sequence of poems (Midwest Elegies).
Structured Teaching Assessment Workbook By UNC-Chapel Hill TEACCH
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A workbook describing the Structured Teaching approach to creating individualized schedules and work systems for people with autism and other developmental disabilities
Structured Teaching Assessment Workbook By UNC-Chapel Hill TEACCH
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A workbook describing the Structured Teaching approach to creating individualized schedules and work systems for people with autism and other developmental disabilities
Cosmic By 2013 Senior Exhibition The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Exhibition Catalog for the 2013 Senior Exhibition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Chapel Hill, NC - History of Town Lots (1790-1930s) By Stewart Dunaway
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The objective of this book (like the one for Hillsborough) is to document the individual town lots for Chapel Hill. However, unlike Hillsborough, the town was not platted with hundreds of lots, all... More > the same size, in an ever expanding process. The town lots of Chapel Hill were sold for funds to build and operate the University (again showing the duality of the early mission). This book contains deed records pertaining to houses and businesses in Chapel Hill. The deeds are chained together (as best possible) to show a particular lot's history. Is every lot and piece of land covered in this book? NO. However, a very large collection is included. Is every lot traversed from 1790 to 1930? NO. Some lots have breaks, where I could not trace it. The focus is on the OLD records. It is rather easy to take a lot today and traverse back to 1930. Therefore, not every lot will be traced to 1930. Appendix sections include, utility, maps, mills, post office histories - etc.< Less
Una giornata di neve a Chapel Hill By Jacob Vaccaro
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Ricordi fotografici di una giornata di neve nel mio paese, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Esley Hunt (1817-1899), Early Studio Photographer of Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Fayetteville, NC, and Wytheville, VA By C.H. Robertson, M.Ed.
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Esley Hunt was born in Johnson City, TN. (His family’s home, the Henson Hunt House, is on the historical register and still serves as a private residence.) In the late 1840’s, Esley and... More > wife, Emily Hornbarger Hunt, moved to Chapel Hill, NC, where Esley became that town’s first studio photographer and also owned a boarding house on Franklin Street. Emily died of illness in 1852; the following year, Esley married Louisa Lutterloh Hunt. By 1859, Esley owned a second studio in Raleigh. At State Fairs, Charles and his colorist, Joshua P. Andrews, received top awards in several portrait types: daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and photographs, and they were able to command substantial fees. During the Civil War, they continued their work as there was great demand for portraits of men who might never return from battle. After the war, Esley worked in Fayetteville, NC, but his family would eventually return to the mountains. By 1870, Esley had a studio in Wytheville, VA. He and Louisa were interred in Brevard, NC.< Less
The Gutenberg Bible, New Evidence of the Original Printing - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1982 By William B. Todd
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Book #644: The Gutenberg Bible - New Evidence of the Original Printing by William B. Todd. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1982.
Mars Hill: A Living Legacy By Michael W. Lemberger & LeAnn Lemberger
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The oldest log-cabin church still in use in the United States, Mars Hill was built in 1857 and serves today as a non-denominational chapel. Heavily damaged in an arson fire in 2006, the church has... More > been rebuilt.< Less

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