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Primary Source: Billy Graham and Civil Rights
Primary Source: Black Codes in North Carolina, 1866
Primary Source: Black Soldiers on Racial Discrimination in the Army
Primary Source: Boundary Between North Carolina and the Cherokee Nation, 1767
Primary Source: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
Primary Source: Bulletin on Sanitation and Privies
Primary Source: Bulletin on Stopping the Spread of Influenza
Primary Source: Cameron Family Plantation Records
Primary Source: Cargo Manifests of Confederate Blockade Runners
Primary Source: Catherine Anne Devereux Edmondston and the Collapse of the Confederacy
Primary Source: Catherine Edmondston and Reconstruction
Primary Source: Chaos in Hillsborough 1770
Primary Source: Character of Men Employed as Scouts
Primary Source: Charges of Abuse
Primary Source: Charles Waddell Chesnutt's "The Bouquet"
Primary Source: Charlotte Hawkins Brown's Rules for School
Primary Source: Chatham County Farmers Protest
Primary Source: Cherokee Leaders Speak About Land Cessions
Primary Source: Cherokee Nation v. the State of Georgia, 1831
Primary Source: Chief John Ross Protests the Treaty of New Echota
Primary Source: Christoph von Graffenried's Account of the Tuscarora War
Primary Source: Consequences of the Telephone
Primary Source: Conservative Opposition
Primary Source: Court Days
Primary Source: Dead and Missing from North Carolina in World War II
Primary Source: Debating the Federal Constitution
Primary Source: Debating War with Britain: Against the War
Primary Source: Debating War with Britain: For the War
Primary Source: Description of a Nineteenth Century Revival
Primary Source: Diary of a Doughboy
Primary Source: Diary of a Farm Wife
Primary Source: Diary Reporting Chaos in Salem
Primary Source: Dolley Madison and the White House Treasures
Primary Source: Dorothea Dix Pleads for a State Mental Hospital
Primary Source: Edmund Fanning Reports to Governor Tryon
Primary Source: Education and Literacy in Edgecombe County, 1810