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Primary Source: Elisha Mitchell Explores the Mountains
Primary Source: Enduring Amputation
Primary Source: Enlisting for Service in World War II
Primary Source: Equal Pay for Equal Work
Primary Source: Excerpt from "Elizabeth, a Colored Minister of the Gospel, Born in Slavery"
Primary Source: Excerpt from James Curry's Autobiography
Primary Source: Excerpt from Schoepf on the Auction of Enslaved People in Wilmington
Primary Source: Excerpt of Child Labor Laws in North Carolina
Primary Source: Falconbridge's Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa
Primary Source: Federal Writers' Project, "He never wanted land till now"
Primary Source: First Year at New Garden Boarding School
Primary Source: Food Adulteration
Primary Source: Frederick Law Olmstead on Naval Stores in Antebellum North Carolina
Primary Source: Freed People at New Bern
Primary Source: Freedmen's Schools the school houses are crowded, and the people are clamorous for more
Primary Source: Freedom-Seekers and the Great Dismal Swamp
Primary Source: From the North Carolina Gold-Mine Company
Primary Source: Furor Over Hinton Helper's Book
Primary Source: George Moses Horton's "Death of an Old Carriage Horse"
Primary Source: George Sims' An Address to the People of Granville County
Primary Source: George White Speaks Out Against Lynchings
Primary Source: Girls Helping the Cause
Primary Source: Governor Aycock on "The Negro Problem"
Primary Source: Governor Bickett's speech to the Deserters of Ashe County
Primary Source: Governor Holden Speaks Out Against the Ku Klux Klan
Primary Source: Harry Truman on using the A-Bomb at Hiroshima
Primary Source: Hedrick's Defense
Primary Source: Helper's The Impending Crisis of the South
Primary Source: Henry Grady and the "New South"
Primary Source: Henry William Harrington Jr.'s Diary
Primary Source: Herman Husband and "Some grievous oppressions"
Primary Source: History of Women's Clubs
Primary Source: Hysteria in Wilmington
Primary Source: I'm Gwine Home on de Mornin' Train
Primary Source: Interview with Fountain Hughes
Primary Source: Interview with William Culp