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TAG: North Carolina

  • Around the World September/October 2019


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    (Adam Pohlman and Charles Ewen)
  • Digs & Discoveries July/August 2019

    Cotton Mill, Prison, Main Street

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    (Illustration: Otto Botticher, Union Prisoners at Salisbury, N, C., 1863. Courtesy of Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Affiliated with Wake Forest University)
  • Digs & Discoveries May/June 2018

    The Pirate Book Club

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    (N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources)
  • Digs & Discoveries May/June 2015

    Medicine on the High Seas

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    (Courtesy NC Department of Cultural Resources)
  • Letter from Virginia Sep 01, 2011

    American Refugees

    Thousands of escaped slaves made a new life in one of the world's most unwelcoming places—the Great Dismal Swamp, full of sink holes, thorns, snakes, bears, and bugs—for a chance at self-determination

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    (Courtesy Dan Sayers)
  • Features May 01, 2011

    YP-389 and the Battle of the Atlantic

    In the first half of 1942, while most of the U.S. Navy was occupied in the Pacific, German U-boats stalked the Atlantic coast.

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  • Features May 01, 2011

    Cracking the Code

    Originally used to encode business transactions and ward off corporate espionage, during WWII the Enigma machine became a powerful and widely used weapon employed by the Nazis for encryption and decryption of military secrets.

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