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North Carolina History Interactive Timeline: North Carolina State Symbols and Other Official Adoptions

by Kelly Agan, N.C. Government & Heritage Library, 2014; updated 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.
 
See also: To access a list of North Carolina's state symbols and adoptions and links to NCpedia articles, visit the North Carolina State Symbols main page

The NCpedia State Symbols Timeline was developed using TimelineJS, a project of KnightLab at Northwestern University. TimelineJS can be found at: https://timeline.knightlab.com/. Used under Mozilla Public License v. 2.0.

Content and other design elements by Kelly Agan, 2015-2019.

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Help too much info

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Hi

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I have a picture of the USS Asheville from 1929 with crew if you would like a copy

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Yes I would like a copy. Thank You John

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Dear Terry,

Thanks for visiting NCpedia and taking a minute to share this with us.

We would love to see the image and if it does not have any copyright restrictions, we can publish it with the NCpedia entry on the USS Asheville.

I am replying to your email address with our contact information.

Thanks and best wishes!

Kelly Agan, Government & Heritage Library

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