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Tales from Evergreen Ave. By Dudley Marchi
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There is a neighborhood on hill that is divided into two streets in the shape of a horseshoe, Evergreen Ave. and Oakland Ave; two very different groups of children live there. In the story the... More > streets become symbolic of the two sides of life, and the children learn lessons through their adventures and conflicts about the ways of the world.< Less
The Blue Notebooks By Dudley Marchi
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Using language like an artist's palette, the Blue Notebooks captures the special moments of everyday being.
FraNCe: The French Heritage of North Carolina By Dudley Marchi
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There is a subtle but significant French heritage in North Carolina. Towns such as Bath, Beaufort, New Bern, and La Grange are testimony to the settlements of French Huguenots in the seventeenth and... More > eighteenth centuries. The city of Fayetteville is named after the Marquis de Lafayette, a French ally during the American Revolution. The first European explorers to the North Carolina region were, in fact, French (1524). French Huguenots migrated to the state as early as 1690 and many North Carolinians have last names of French origin. North Carolina has many other place names and remnants of French presence since the early colonial period. This book traces the historical presence of the French in NC from the state’s origins to the present and tells the story of a little-known but important part of the state’s cultural heritage. (Black and white photos and images).< Less
FraNCe: The French Heritage of North Carolina (In Living Color) By Dudley Marchi
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There is a subtle but significant French heritage in North Carolina. Towns such as Bath, Beaufort, New Bern, and La Grange are testimony to the settlements of French Huguenots in the seventeenth and... More > eighteenth centuries. The city of Fayetteville is named after the Marquis de Lafayette, a French ally during the American Revolution. The first European explorers to the North Carolina region were, in fact, French (1524). French Huguenots migrated to the state as early as 1690 and many North Carolinians have last names of French origin. North Carolina has many other place names and remnants of French presence since the early colonial period. This book traces the historical presence of the French in NC from the state’s origins to the present and tells the story of a little-known part of the state’s cultural heritage. (Color photos and images).< Less

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