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NC Museum of History

Posted: (3 days ago) Experience the North Carolina Museum of History digitally! Find Out More. Please complete this short survey and let us know what we can do to make you feel comfortable about your return to the museum. Experience the North Carolina Museum of History Digitally! Share Your COVID-19 Stories.

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Professional Development | NC Museum of History

Posted: (18 days ago) Professional Development. If you are searching for innovative and stimulating staff development experiences, look no further! Designed for teachers, our exciting workshops combine historical content with innovative classroom applications.

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North Carolina American Indian History Timeline | NC ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Home / Learn / In the Classroom / Timelines / North Carolina American Indian History Timeline. North Carolina American Indian History Timeline. Pre-Sixteenth-Century American Indian History. ca. 40,000–15,000 B.C. People migrate to North America from Asia at irregular intervals by way of the Bering Land Bridge.

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Civil War Army Organization and Rank | NC Museum of History

Posted: (3 days ago) Organization A Civil War army consisted of many small parts that were joined together in stair-step fashion to make larger units. There were six basic units of organization. The smallest was a company, which had around 100 men. The largest was an army, which could have many thousands of men. COMPANY A company was the basic unit in a Civil War army.

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Online Exhibits | NC Museum of History

Posted: (5 days ago) PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 117, and to help limit the spread of COVID-19, the Museum will suspend public operations beginning Mar. 17. All events and programs are cancelled through May 31.

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North Carolina Women's History Time Line | NC Museum of ...

Posted: (4 days ago) North Carolina women found war on their doorsteps. Their responses varied as did their circumstances. 1862: Congress passes the Morrill Act, establishing land grant colleges in rural areas. Millions of women will earn low-cost degrees at these schools. In North Carolina, this act results in the founding of North Carolina State University.

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Internships | NC Museum of History

Posted: (17 days ago) Internships at the North Carolina Museum of History are unpaid, volunteer positions. How to Apply. Interested candidates must submit an internship application, a cover letter, and a resume (an unofficial transcript is optional), as well any other materials required for specific positions to:

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(Closed) The Demise of Sir Walter Raleigh | NC Museum of ...

Posted: (13 days ago) Photo: Sir Walter Raleigh and Queen Elizabeth I in The Lost Colony, America’s longest running outdoor drama. Photo by Carl Lewis. 400 years ago, Sir Walter Raleigh was executed in England by King James I, the successor to Queen Elizabeth I. This lobby exhibit will share fascinating stories about Sir Walter Raleigh, as well as feature the costumes of Raleigh and Queen Elizabeth I.

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Eighteenth-Century North Carolina Timeline | NC Museum of ...

Posted: (5 days ago) Eighteenth-Century North Carolina Timeline. 1700-1720. 1700 The Chowanoc and Weapemeoc peoples have gradually abandoned their lands. Some have become slaves or indentured servants, and others have migrated south to join the Tuscarora. Only about 500 American Indians remain in the Albemarle region.

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The Story of North Carolina: Farm Chores in the Early ...

Posted: (8 days ago) The Story of North Carolina: Farm Chores in the Early 1800s Gallery Cart Purpose This Gallery Cart offers visitors an understanding of daily chores performed by farm families during the first half of the 19th century.

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