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My question is in reference to try and find the relation between the creek Indians and Duplin county NC
Please give me any and all information you'll may have


I have a lot of old coupons, Raleigh, from my Father. Is there still a catolge to trade them in or what can i do with them.
Please answer as soon as you are able. Thank you.


This site is so helpful!


yeha i know right


This is the absolute best site for helping grandkids do research on North Carolina subjects. I, myself, have learned so much about my home state. Thank you and keep up the most excellent work.


Dear Judy,

Thank you so much for visiting NCpedia and taking a minute to share your positive experience using the site.  Please keep visiting!

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Kelly Agan, Government & Heritage Library


i like this. but maybe you could have pu a blues song video on the website.


Hi Sam!

Thanks!  We will look into adding some video to this entry! And thanks for visiting NCpedia and taking a minute to post your comment.  Please visit again!


Kelly Agan, NCpedia Staff


Just wanted to say thank you and keep up the great work


I have in my possession a small painted / (charcoal?) painting in my possession that is labeled James Hunter Senior Aged 65

And dated February 28, 1828.

This would make his Birthdate 1763.
Could this be the same man?

Please let me know where to send a .jpg photograph, if interested.

~ J.E. Cross


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