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    North Carolina Essay North Carolina is located in between South Carolina, and Virginia. North Carolina was founded by 8 lords in 1660. It only became official in 1710 though, because the North and the South relied so much on each other. This was because the south, and the North had many trading spots. If these were taken away problems would start between the two places. Another reason was because of how they were evolving so differently. Both places had different geographic features, and different

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    history of colonial North Carolina is bombarded with frequent strife and turmoil. The people of North Carolina, because of a lack in supervision from the British monarchy, learned to possess an independent spirit. The colony remained isolated from the rest of the country because of several geographical conditions such as poor harbors, the abscence of navigable rivers, numerous swamps, and bad road conditions. Due to these conditions, communities throughout North Carolina became widely

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    North Carolina Welcomes Visitors

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    North Carolina has long played a central role in the history of the southern United States. Located along the Atlantic coastline, this state has contributed to the maritime commerce and economic development of the nation in ways that few states can match. With its historical contributions to aviation and maritime navigation, North Carolina has long lead the nation in many cutting-edge innovations. This forward-thinking leadership along with the state's awe-inspiring geography and the pioneering

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    American Indians had been living in North Carolina for at least 9,500 years before European explorers first encountered them in the 1520's. For the past several decades an increasing number of Americans have been identifying as American Indians. For centuries before European contact, these native people lived in harmony with the natural environment, taking no more from the land than they needed to survive. Of all the states in the Union, North Carolina has witnessed the largest increase in Native

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    Legalization of Marijuana in North Carolina

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    Marijuana is an illegal drug in the state of North Carolina. In some states, such as California and Delaware, medical marijuana is legal. Washington State and Colorado have legalized medical marijuana and the recreational use for adults. As a North Carolinian, I believe that we should legalize it in the state of North Carolina, whether it is for medical or recreational use. We, as North Carolina citizens, should take in consideration that legalizing marijuana has legal issues and cost for the

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    Personally, the problems I’ve seen before on television or other media outlets never involve much talk about North Carolina or maybe it just I’ve grown ignorant to information to the information that I can clearly see presented for in front of me. Either way, the least I can inform you the details of the pork industry and the problems that happen here in our state of North Carolina. Since North Carolina has such rich, agricultural fields and moderate climate, farming in this state has been very popular

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    The museum I chose to visit this week was the North Carolina Museum of History located in Raleigh, North Carolina on March 13, 2014. It was a good time for this assignment because we were traveling this week to North Carolina so it made a great stop for us during our stay. Taking World Cultures has given me a new perspective on the foundation of our history and heritage. North Carolina holds a large amount of history for the United States. It was one of the original 13 colonies and was the first

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    in American society. The 'separate but equal' doctrine was an oppressive system of racial segregation which greatly lessened the rights of all minorities especially in public education. The fight for educational equality made public schools in North Carolina and other states in the south a major area of conflict. Wilma Peebles-Wilkins noted, 'Upward mobility through the educational structure is in keeping with the desires of post-World War II black Americans to enhance their economic, political

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    way of life. Departing from traditional standard English, Carolina dialects claim no cognitive validity concerning proper grammar. Equally important, speaking ideally a language that poses as English. The rhetoric, syntax, and semantics change depending on audience, geographical location, occasion, and intent of communication. There are three types of language in North Carolina, The Outer Banks dialect; spoken on the coast of North Carolina, mountain talk; concentrated in the Appalachian Mountains

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    The Underground Railroad in North Carolina

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    The Underground Railroad in North Carolina The Underground Railroad was perhaps the most active and dramatic protest action against slavery in United States history and as we look at the Underground Railroad in North Carolina we will focus on the Quakers, Levi Coffin’s early years, and the accounts of escaped slaves from North Carolina. The unique blend of southern slave holder and northern abolitionist influences in the formation of North Carolina served to make the state an important link

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