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    • Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Baptists.; Lesbians--North Carolina.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] SHERRY HONEYCUTT: This is Sherry Honeycutt, and I'm interviewing Patricia Long at her home in Raleigh, North Carolina. The subject of this interview will be Pat's...


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    • Immigrants--North Carolina.; Cambodian Americans--Ethnic identity.; Buddhists--North Carolina.; Refugees--Cambodia.; Refugees--North Carolina.; Cambodian Americans--North Carolina.
    • ^-^41 VANDY CHHUM 1 START OF TAPE ONE/TWO, SIDE A VANDY CHHUM December 7, 2000 BARBARA LAU: Okay. Today is Thursday, December 7th, 2000. And this is Barbara Lau. And I am in...


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    • Hindus--North Carolina.; South Asian Americans--North Carolina.
    • SOHP: Charting Identities Interviewees: Dr. and Mrs. Subhash Chandra Date: Friday, March 28,1997 Time of Day: 1:45 p.m. Location: Chandra residence in North Raleigh 5701 Crooked StickTrail, Raleigh, NC 27612 Phone #: (919)...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...
    • Bank of Cape Fear ten-dollar note, 1853

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Justice; Liberty cap; Ships; Railroads;
    • Ten-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear in 1853 and made payable at the bank's branch in Washington, N.C.; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black ink with large "X's" at top-left and...
    • Bank of Cape Fear three-dollar note, 1853

    • Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Cornucopias; Metallurgical industry; Shipping; Agriculture; Sailing ships; Bridges; Factories;
    • Three-dollar note payable at the Fayetteville Branch of the Bank of Cape Fear, handwritten date April 6, 1853; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y; black ink with “3” in varying sizes at or near all...
    • Bank of Cape Fear three-dollar note, 1859

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Cornucopias; Grains; Commerce; Industry; Sailing ships; Bridges; Factories;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Washington Branch of the Bank of Cape Fear on November 1, 1859; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y; red and black inks, an update of earlier all-black design; red...
    • Bank of Charlotte four-dollar note, 1856

    • Eagles; Shields; Farmers; Horses; Cattle; Goddesses; Railroads; Industry
    • Four-dollar note issued by Bank of Charlotte on February 3, 1856; engraved and printed by Draper, Welsh and Company of Philadelphia; black ink with large black “4” off-center left and another at right edge; vignette in bottom-left corner of man...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1855

    • Goddesses; Wheat; Agriculture; Axes; Liberty; Ops (Roman deity); Barrels; Crates;
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville to a “J. W. Strange” on November 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with large red “FIVE” overprint in...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1860

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Liberty; Liberty cap;
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1860; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with "5" encircled or highlighted in red circular designs in three corners, a...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1861

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ceres (Roman deity);
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1861; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with “5” encircled or highlighted in red circular designs in three corners, a...
    • Bank of Clarendon seven-dollar note, 1855

    • Goddesses; Myths; Liberty cap; Agriculture; Slavery; Ceres (Roman deity);
    • Seven-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black "7" in top corners and at bottom right, "SEVEN...
    • Bank of Commerce ten-dollar note, 1861

    • Myths; Goddesses; Justice; Anchors; Eagles; Coins; Corn; Wheat; Railroads; Bridges; Harvesting; Agriculture;
    • Ten-dollar note issued by Bank of Commerce at New Bern on January 1, 1861; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and green inks with black "10" highlighted with green circular borders in top corners, in lower...
    • Bank of Fayetteville one-dollar note, 1855

    • Myths; Goddesses; Liberty cap; Slavery; Ceres (Roman deity); Ops (Roman deity); Agriculture; Sailing Ships
    • One-dollar note issued by the Bank of Fayetteville on November 8, 1855; engraved and printed by Baldwin, Adams and Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black “ONE” at top-left corner and running vertically along right end, very large...
    • Bank of Lexington five-dollar note, 1861

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Liberty cap; Slavery; Horses; Farmers; Minerva (Roman deity); Wisdom
    • Five-dollar note issued by the Bank of Lexington on September 3, 1861; no credit given to lithographer and printer; black and green inks with green “5” and “V” flanking the lower corners of the central vignette; female figures at left end represent...
    • Bank of Lexington ten-dollar note, 1859

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ceres (Roman deity); Agriculture; Wheat; Harvesting machinery;
    • Ten-dollar note issued by the Bank of Lexington on October 8, 1859; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with large red "10" at top corners; portrait at bottom left representing Roman goddess of...
    • Bank of North Carolina stock certificate, 1860

    • Laborers; Wheat; Scythes; Women; Dogs; Ceres (Roman deity); Ops (Roman deity); Beehives;
    • Stock certificate, ten shares, issued by Bank of North Carolina to “M. M. McGhee” of Milton, N.C., on May 24, 1860; printed by American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y; black ink with serrated border and vignette in upper-left quarter of two male...

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