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    • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina--Pender County.; Flood damage--North Carolina--Pender County.; Disaster relief--North Carolina--Pender County.; Emergency management--North Carolina--Pender County.; Hurricane Fran, 1996.; Swine--North...
    • CHARLES THOMPSON: So we're here. This is Shelter Creek. What do you call it? STEVE HOLLAND: This is Holland Shelter creek. The name of the creek is Holly Shelter Creek. CHARLES THOMPSON: Holly Shelter. Okay. [We are] here with Mr....


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    • Mars Hill (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Madison County (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Interstate 26.; Mayors--North Carolina--Mars Hill.; Community life--North Carolina--Mars Hill.; Social change--North Carolina--Mars Hill.; Social planning--North...
    • ROB AMBERG: I am in the Mars Hill town hall with Ray Rapp, who is an administrator at Mars Hill College and the mayor of the town of Mars Hill. Ray, could you just introduce yourself and let me see if we're picking all of this up? RAYMOND...


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    • Claire Archer: Alright, I’m here with Mercedes McCurley, who is – works in the ESL Department in Durham Public Schools. It is April 4th around 1:15 and we are in – we’re at 2107 Hillandale Road. What do you call this? Mercedes McCurley: Staff...


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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...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • %ol : S.o.hP, Interview with PAUL GREEN Chapel Hill, North Carolina March 5, 1975 By Billy E. Barnes For the Southern Oral History Program Transcribed by Joe Jaros SOUTHERN HiSTORICAL COLLECTION CB # 3S26, Wilson Libraiy The University of North...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • WYNN: You talk about writing your stories and writing your poems — most of your writings have incorporated in them some place music and a lot of religion and superstition that I sense came from those early days. Did it? GREEN: Yes, that's right. I...


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    • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Flood damage--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Disaster relief--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Swine--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Farm life--North Carolina--Duplin County.
    • LARRY KELLEY: I know this mill was obsolete but it's been a, you know, a part of the community's history for three generations. CHARLES THOMPSON: Well, let me just say to start the tape that I'm Charlie Thompson and I'm here in the...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • Interview May 7, 1975 Chapel Hill, North Carolina By Billy Barnes Transcribed by Joe Jaros For the Southern Oral History Program SOUTHERN HiSTC TCA'L COLLECTION CB # 39: G, Wilsoii Library The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel...


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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...


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    • Women--North Carolina.; Paper industry--North Carolina.; Civil rights--United States.;
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ANNE QUEEN: It's good to have delayed this interview until now. As you know, I moved back to the mountains in July of 1975 and before I left Chapel Hill, I quoted...


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    • Willis Brooks: My name is Willis Brooks. Today is Friday, May 28th, and I will be talking with Sharon Darling. And we will proceed for an understanding of the National Center for Family Literacy. First, I want to start with material that’s...


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    • Madison County (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Marshall (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Interstate 26.; Country life--North Carolina--Madison County.; Community life--North Carolina--Madison County.; Rural development--North Carolina--Madison County.;...
    • ROB AMBERG: Friday, November 10, the year 2000. It's approximately 2:00, a little bit after, and I'm in the office at French Broad Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) in Marshall. I'm with Jerry Plemmons. Jerry, could you say something just...


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    • Madison County (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Madison County (N.C.)--Population.; Mars Hill (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Interstate 26.; Real estate agents--North Carolina--Mars Hill.; Country life--North Carolina--Madison County.; Community...
    • ROB AMBERG: I am in Mars Hill, North Carolina, with Richard Lee Hoffman Jr. who we will from this point on address as Lee. We are in his office in his real estate business, where he works with his mom, Jean Hoffman. Lee, go ahead and tell me...


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    • RAJIKA BHANDARI: Okay. I'm just gonna start by, sort of—you know, like we discussed, just asking you about—sort of the background to your being here, what brought you here, and, sort of, what, what some of your experiences were right at the...


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    • Cane Creek Reservoir (N.C.); Dairy farming--North Carolina--Orange County.; Community organization--North Carolina--Orange County.; Water-supply--North Carolina--Orange County.; Water quality--North Carolina--Orange County.
    • KARL E. CAMPBELL: And so then you are going to stay in it [farming] along with your cousin? BOBBY KIRK: Well, I guess we will. A lot of times now, farming is real tough right now, and you got to be lucky that you been in it a long while....


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    • North Carolina--Politics and government.; Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina.; Flood damage--North Carolina.; Crisis management in government--North Carolina.; Emergency management--North Carolina.; Disaster relief--North Carolina.;...
    • CHARLES THOMPSON: This is Charlie Thompson on January 20, 2000 at 1:10 PM with Billy Ray Hall who is the President of the North Carolina Rural Center. Mr. Hall will you tell us what your present position is here is at the Center and also...

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