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North Carolina thinking skills
Model of thinking skills adopted by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction in 1994. Lists seven levels of thinking skills from simplest to most complex: knowledge, organizing, applying, analyzing, generating, integrating, and evaluating.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction administers the policies adopted by the State Board of Education and offers instructional, financial, technological, and personnel support to all public school systems in the state.

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Deep River Friends Meeting House
Deep River Friends Meeting House
Deep River Friends Meeting House in Jamestown, North Carolina.
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Wilmington and Weldon Railroad timetable: Night express train north
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad timetable: Night express train north
An 1859 timetable for the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad.
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African American Moravian log church
African American Moravian log church
This small log church was built in Salem, North Carolina in 1823 as the Moravian church for African Americans. In 1861, the African American congregation moved to a larger brick church.
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St. Philip's Moravian church lot
St. Philip's Moravian church lot
This circa 1866 photograph shows Church Street in Salem, North Carolina. The old African American Moravian log church, built in 1823, can be seen near the center of the image -- it's a small building with two chimneys. The updated brick church, built in 1861,...
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Wilmington and Weldon Railroad timetable: Night express train south
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad timetable: Night express train south
An 1859 timetable for the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad.
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Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington, North Carolina
Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington, North Carolina
This is the USS North Carolina in Wilmington, North Carolina.
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1814 county map of North Carolina
1814 county map of North Carolina
This 1814 map of North Carolina offers a clear illustration of the county borders at the time. Shading indicates topographical features. Western North Carolina is cropped off and inset in the bottom left corner of the map.
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1833 map of North Carolina and South Carolina
1833 map of North Carolina and South Carolina
1833 map of North and South Carolina, showing major roads and towns, with county borders highlighted in color. The western part of both states is cropped off.
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John Stanly
John Stanly
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North Carolina State Capitol, 1937
North Carolina State Capitol, 1937
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Masthead from the North Carolina Gazette, 1777
Masthead from the North Carolina Gazette, 1777
James Davis originally published the North-Carolina Gazette from 1751 until around 1760. He began a new newspaper, The North-Carolina Magazine; Or Universal Intelligencer in 1764 and published this until around 1768. In May 1768 he started over again, this...
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North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
First office of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. The largest black-owned insurance company in the world began in the small office of C.C. Spaulding (left) and his clerk, Miss Dore Whitted.
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The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, NC
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, NC
This is a giant fish tank at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, North Carolina. There are aquariums at Fort Fisher, Pine Knoll Shores, and Roanoke Island.
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Civil Rights March
Civil Rights March
On December 16, 1963, a group of people, mostly African Americans, marched in a civil rights rally in Bear Grass, North Carolina. From the Daily Reflector, Greenville, North Carolina.
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The Rebel States: Noth Carolina
The Rebel States: Noth Carolina
The devil holds the North Carolina state seal and a Confederate flag.
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Colored Undertakers Association of North Carolina
Colored Undertakers Association of North Carolina
Fifth Annual Session Colored Undertakers Association of North Carolina, May 25-26, 1932. The group is pictured on South Brevard Street in front of the Alexander Funeral Home.
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A cafe near the tobacco market, Durham, North Carolina
A cafe near the tobacco market, Durham, North Carolina
A café, whose windows label it as the Farmers Cafe -- Quick Lunch, has separate entrances labeled "White" and "Colored."
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Tobacco mills in North Carolina, 1896
Tobacco mills in North Carolina, 1896
Map shows locations of tobacco factories in North Carolina, 1896. Present-day county boundaries are provided for reference.
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Train station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC
Train station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC
This is a restored train station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, North Carolina. The station was previously located at Barber Junction, North Carolina, but was moved to the museum. It was built by Southern Railway in 1898.
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North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Office Force
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Office Force
Employees of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Durham, NC
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