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The North Carolina Railroad Map [digital] By S. David Carriker, D.Min.
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This book contains information on the 500+ common carrier railroad lines and companies in North Carolina and includes a FREE 2x3' six-color map upon request from publisher: {Heritage Pub. Co., 7923... More > Waxhaw Hwy., Waxhaw, NC 28173}. In both versions of the book the information listed on each company/line includes beginning and ending dates, activity dates, construction, abandonment, ownership and leasing dates as well as the gauge and end points of each line.< Less
North Carolina Dance Theater Final By John Harvey
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Final Project at UNCC Architecture School
High Point North Carolina 1900 By J.J. Farriss
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High Point NC 1900. One of a series of booklets printed by J.J. Farriss in the early 1900s with information and photographs about the people, factories, and businesses of the city of High Point.
Harrell Family Of Eastern North Carolina By Doris Bridgers Capps-Owens & Linda Bridgers Boyette
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A genealogical book beginning with Thomas Harrwell (1606) who sailed to the new world on the ship Falcon on December 19, 1635 at age twenty-nine from the port of Gravesend, Kent County, England. The... More > family surname seems to have changed to Harrell after they settled in Nansemond County, VA. The book includes fourteen generations down to the present. It also contains 135 pages of maps, a timeline, a gazetteer, wills, deeds, census records, tax lists, birth certificates, marriage records, death certificates and 357 pages of genealogical reports on 3,224 individuals.< Less
The Robertson, Hunt and Johnston Families of North Carolina and South Carolina By C.H. Robertson, M.Ed.
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Judge William Ross Robertson I (1818-1885) established his estate, Rural Point (Robertson-Doty House), in Fairfield Co., SC - where his family had settled about 1778. In SC, he practiced law in... More > Winnsboro and served in the House of Representatives. In NC, he was an incorporator of Charlotte's Ada Cotton Mill, and was a director of the Charlotte & SC RR and the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta RR. His son, Thomas Ross Robertson I (1849-1922) moved to Charlotte where he became Postmaster, a lawyer, and Adjutant General of the NC Nat'l Guard. Thomas wedded Mary Cora Johnston, daughter of William Johnston (1817-1896), two-term Mayor of Charlotte. Their son, William Ross Robertson II (1874-1950) would serve Charlotte as Postmaster and City Commissioner, as well as Adjutant of the NC Nat'l Guard. He married Margaret Louise Hunt, daughter of Dr. Charles Washington Hunt I (1854-1924) of Brevard, NC. This narrative describes the civic contributions of these families to SC and NC over a period exceeding 172 years.< Less
US North Carolina Small Business Assistance Handbook By IBP USA
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North Carolina Small Business Assistance Handbook: strategic and practical information and contacts
US North Carolina Small Business Assistance Handbook By IBP USA
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North Carolina Small Business Assistance Handbook: strategic and practical information and contacts
2018 Raleigh North Carolina Temple calendar By Kristine Ward
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Raleigh North Carolina Temple photographs with quotes. Photo
US North Carolina Business Registration and Incorporation Guide By IBP USA
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US North Carolina Business Registration and Incorporation: Strategic Information and contacts
US North Carolina Business Registration and Incorporation Guide By IBP USA
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US North Carolina Business Registration and Incorporation: Strategic Information and contacts

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