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I think you may have asked the same question on another page. If not, someone else asked something very similar. Regardness, here is a link to the response that links to several entries here with some interesting information about North Carolina.

I hope it helps!

Michelle Czaikowski, Government & Heritage Library


This site is WAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY COOL1!!! thx 4 helping me with my state report!! i luv how on the homepage the cardinal changes 2 a dogwood n then the dogwood changes 2 a squirrel. also, i do wanna learn some REALLY REALLY amazing cool awesome facts about nc. anywhere i can get that?


You might start with these books

"North Carolina Miscellany"
edited by Richard Walser

"Discovering North Carolina"
edited by Jack Claiborne
and William Price

"A North Carolina History"
by William S Powell
and also,
"The North Carolina Gazetteer"
by William S Powell
these will fill you full of facts.
Julian Smith


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