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    • Alanis, Antonio.
    • 04 April 2017
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Alarcón, Laida.
    • 19 April 2013
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 22, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 21, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 22, 2009
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 22, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 23, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 24, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 23, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 23, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 24, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • May 22, 2006
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Allen, Ethelene McCabe, 1934-
    • 24-May-06
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Anderson, Annette, 1934-
    • August 13 2012
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Armstrong, Brenda E.
    • February 29, 2008
    • U.13. Long Civil Rights Movement: Oral History and the Study of the Modern South
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    • Armstrong, Julie Buckner.
    • July 13, 2005
    • U.3. Long Civil Rights Movement: School Desegregation in Birmingham, Ala.
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    • Arriaga, Felicia.
    • 09 Apr 2014
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Ashmore, Harry S.
    • June 16, 1990
    • A.2. Southern Politics: Southern Liberalism
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    • Baker, Catherine A., 1972-
    • 7 April 1995
    • G.2.3. Southern Women: Special Focus: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism
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    • Baker, Ellen, 1940-
    • 13 March 1995
    • G.2.3. Southern Women: Special Focus: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism
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    • Batts, Willis M.; Harrell, Melba Ezzell.
    • 13 January 2001
    • K.2.13. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Voices after the Deluge, the Great North Carolina Flood
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    • Bazemore, Philip E.
    • March 28, 2002
    • U.1. Long Civil Rights Movement: Individual Biographies
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    • Bowick, Wade.
    • 9 April 1999
    • K.2.2. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: New Immigrants Project
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    • Brooks, Dexter, 1943-
    • 14 March 1994, 21 March 1994
    • J. Legal Professions
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    • Brooks, Susan.
    • 16 March 2014
    • U.1. Long Civil Rights Movement: Individual Biographies
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    • Brown, Kathleen M. (Kathleen Marie), 1964-
    • 19 September 2012
    • L.10. University of North Carolina: Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990
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    • Burton, Bowman.
    • 21 January 1991
    • M. Black High School Principals
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    • Caldwell, David, 1953-
    • 23 September 2014
    • X.2. Rural South: Back Ways: Understanding Segregation in the Rural South
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    • Calvary United Methodist Church (Durham, N.C.)
    • October 15, 2000
    • R.25. Special Research Projects: The Women's Movement and North Carolina Churches
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    • Carter, Mandy.
    • July 11 2007
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Carter, Mandy.
    • May 30 2007
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Carter, Mandy.
    • April 10 2007
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Cecil, William A. V.
    • 22 September 1989
    • C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies
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    • Chambers, Brett E.
    • 4 November 2013
    • R.43. Special Research Projects: NewStories
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    • Chambers, Julius L. (Julius LeVonne), 1936-
    • 18 June 1990
    • L.7. University of North Carolina: William Friday Project
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    • Clark, Sandra C.
    • April 6 2012
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Clarkson, Jacquelyn.
    • 9 June 2006
    • U.12. Long Civil Rights Movement: Imagining New Orleans
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    • Clement, Josephine.
    • 13 July and 3 August 1989
    • C.6. Notable North Carolinians: Women in Politics
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    • Clifford, Susan.
    • 16 March 2015
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Clinton, Bill, 1946-
    • 15 June 1974
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Cohen-Vogel, Lora, 1971-
    • 8 October 2012
    • L.10. University of North Carolina: Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990
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    • Connally, Evon, 1958-
    • 5 August 2015
    • X.2. Rural South: Back Ways: Understanding Segregation in the Rural South
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    • Copeland, Dana Derward.
    • June 10, 2002
    • R.20. Special Research Projects: WakeMed History Project
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    • Corredor, Magda.
    • 22 March 2013
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Crenshaw, Solomon, Jr.
    • June 16, 2005
    • U.3. Long Civil Rights Movement: School Desegregation in Birmingham, Ala.
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    • Daniels, Frank, 1956-
    • October 14 2008
    • R.31. Special Research Projects: The Raleigh News & Observer, 1945-1995
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    • Davis, Steve, 1969-
    • July 26, 2002
    • K.2.13. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Voices after the Deluge, the Great North Carolina Flood
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    • Dillahunt, Ajamu, 1945-
    • December 9 2009
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Dillahunt, Amos, 1919-; Dillahunt, Ajamu, 1945-
    • December 3 2008
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Doss, Chris.
    • June 22, 2007
    • U.9. Long Civil Rights Movement: Economic Justice in Birmingham, Ala.
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