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eBook North Carolina: A reader ePub

  • ISBN: 0882520334
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paladin House (1975)
  • ePub book: 1592 kb
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Her most recent book, "Charlotte North Carolina: A Brief History" will open your eyes to Charlotte's amazing past. For instance: The frequent reference to hornets dates back to pre-Revolutionary War days when Charlotteans were compared to a hornet's nest because of their outspoken, feisty ways.

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The North-Carolina Reader: Containing a History and Description of North-Carolina, Selections in Prose and Verse, Many of Them by Eminent Citizens of the State, Historical and Chronological Tables, and a Variety of Miscellaneous Information and Statistics

About North Carolina. Ain't nothing better than a good book and a great glass of wine!

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The State Library of North Carolina is an institution which serves North Carolina libraries, state government employees, genealogists, and the citizens of North Carolina.

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The North-Carolina Reader. The North-Carolina ReaderPrepared, With Special Reference to the Wants and Interests of North Carolina, Under the Auspices of the Superintendent of Common Schoolsby Fordyce Mitchell HubbardVol. 1. The North-Carolina Reader. Prepared, With Special Reference to the Wants and Interests of North Carolina, Under the Auspices of the Superintendent of Common Schools. by Fordyce Mitchell Hubbard.

Durham, North Carolina. THE ninety-odd riddles in Anglo-Saxon which have come down to us in a single manuscript are naturally a miscellaneous collection of varying merit. Library of Congress Catalogue Card number 63-21168. A few of them are poetical in the best sense of Anglo-Saxon poetic style, as good as anything outside the heroic style of the Beowulf. Many of them are interesting as riddles: intentional ambiguities to be solved by the reader or hearer. Some of them are learned, turning on the interpretation of runic letters or dealing with subjects only the monkish mind would care about.

The North Carolina Reader, published in 1851 by Calvin H. Wiley, the state's first superintendent of public schools, was the first in. . Wiley, the state's first superintendent of public schools, was the first in a series of textbooks prepared for use in the public school system. The book was "a work designed to familiarize the minds of the young with the character, history, and resources of their own well-favored father-land. It contained a brief history of the discovery, settlement, and progress of the state; political and oratorical exercises, some written by North Carolinians; and chronological and historical tables. Wiley published the Reader at his.