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White, George Henry (1852-1918)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Elected Officials, Reconstruction, Fusion Politics https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/white-george-henryhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2013/11/GeorgeHenryWhiteAmericanPhoenix8.pdf 8.H.1.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.2
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Horton, George Moses (ca. 1798-1883)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Enslaved People, Authors, Poets, Freedmen, Slavery, Buying Freedomhttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/horton-george-moses, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/george-moses-hortonhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/GeorgeMosesHorton.pdf8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3
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African American Civil Rights in North CarolinaOverviews, Civil Rights Movemement, African Americans in North Carolina, Reconstruction, Fusion Politics, Jim Crow, Segregation, Desegregation, Integration, Discrimination, Constitutional Amendments, Court Caseshttps://ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/african-american-civil-rightshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LivingHistoryLocalVoicesofCivilRightsPROJECT.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/CivilRightsQuilt.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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"Mountain Talk" Exploring the Culture of Western North CarolinaDialect Diversity, Language Diversity, Language, Cultural Identity, Regional Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/culture/stories/nc-history,
https://www.ncpedia.org/history/1776-1860/mountain-settlement,
https://www.ncpedia.org/our-state-geography-snap-mountain

https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2015/09/MountainTalk.pdf, https://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/TalkinTarHeel.pdf8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.C.2.3
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Affrilachia and Appalachia Overviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Cultural Identity, Dialect Diversity, Language Diversity, Language, Mountains, Regional Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/culture/stories/nc-history, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/1776-1860/mountain-settlement, https://www.ncpedia.org/our-state-geography-snap-mountainhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/02/Affrilachia8.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3
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African Americans and the RevolutionOverviews, Revolutionary War, African Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Enslaved People, Military Conflictshttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/usrevolution/african-americanshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AfricanAmericansRevWar.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4;8.C.2.3; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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African Americans and the Revolution, Slave RebellionsOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Enslaved People, Slave Resistancehttps://www.ncpedia.org/slave-rebellions, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/usrevolution/african-americanshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/ColonialSlaveResistance.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3; 8.C.1.4&G.1.4
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Life Under Slavery, SpiritualsOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Enslaved People, Cultural Identityhttps://ncpedia.org/african-americans/life-under-slavery, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/african-american-spirituals

http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/SlaveryRotatingStations.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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American Indians at European Contact, Indian Tribles from European Contact to the Era of Removal, The Struggle for Indian Sovereignty and Cultural Identity, Indian RemovalOverviews, Trail of Tears, Native Americans in North Carolina, Cultural Identity, Cultural Exchangehttps://www.ncpedia.org/american-indians/european-contact, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/early/contact, https://www.ncpedia.org/american-indians/sovereignty, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/indian-removal-act-1830, https://www.ncpedia.org/cherokee/trailoftearshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/IndianRemoval.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.1
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American Revolution Modules, Overviews, Revolutionary War, Democratic Ideals, Causes of the Revolutionary War, Loyalists, Colonial North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/american-revolution, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/usrevolution/overviewhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/OntheRoadtoRevolutionLivingTimeline8.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/RevolutionaryWarTickTackToeProject.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/RevolutionaryWarPeopleProject.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/RevolutionaryTimesNewsArticleAssignment.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.2.1
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Loyalists and ToriesModules, Revolutionary War, Lovalists, Colonial North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/loyalists, https://www.ncpedia.org/toryhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LoyalistsandPatriots.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.3
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Arnold Howard White (1920-1976) and Sunshine LawsBiographies, Journalists, Open Government, State Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/white-arnold-howardhttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/09/SunshineLaws.pdf8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2;
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Bill of RightsOverviews, Separation of Powers, Limited Government, Federal Constitutionhttps://www.ncpedia.org/bill-rights, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/bill-rights, https://www.ncpedia.org/declaration-rightshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/10/BillofRights8.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3
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Black Wall Street, Durham, NCOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Economic Development, Business, Citizen Actions, Segregation, Jim Crowhttps://www.ncpedia.org/black-wall-street-durham-north-carolina, https://www.ncpedia.org/north-carolina-mutual-life-insuranc, https://www.ncpedia.org/mechanics-and-farmers-bank, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/ParrishStreet.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Carolina del Norte: Talkin' About Immigration & Linguistic Diversity in North CarolinaDialect Diversity, Language Diversity, Language, Migration, Immigration, Overviews, Immigrants, Hispanic Immigrants, Latino Immigrants, Immigrant Experience, The American Dream, Migration, Cultural Identity, Cultural Exchangehttps://www.ncpedia.org/latinos, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/latino-immigration, https://www.ncpedia.org/population/demographics/hispanic, https://www.ncpedia.org/culture/stories/nc-historyhttps://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/CarolinadelNorte.pdf8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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Civil Conversations about the Confederate Monument DebateCivil War, Jim Crow, Slavery, Reconstruction, Monuments, Historical Thinking, Historical Context, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns, Current Events, https://www.ncpedia.org/confederate-monuments, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/memorial-civil-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/confederate-monument-14, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/confederate-monument-state, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/nash-county-confederate, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/confederate-monument-13, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/1902-confederate-monument, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/alamance-county, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/confederate-monument-3, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/confederate-monument-0, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/cleveland-county, https://www.ncpedia.org/monument/fame-confederate-monument [and more]https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/04/CivilConversationsLibrary.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1
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Civil Rights MovementOverviews, Civil Rights Movemement, African Americans in North Carolina, Women in North Carolina, Reconstruction, Fusion Politics, Jim Crow, Segregation, Desegregation, Integration, Constitutional Amendments, Court Cases, Citizen Actionshttps://ncpedia.org/civil-rights-movementhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LivingHistoryLocalVoicesofCivilRightsPROJECT.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/CivilRightsQuilt.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Civil Rights Movement - The Roots of Civil Rights Activism in North Carolina and The Journey of Reconciliation Overviews, Civil Rights Movement, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns, Jim Crow, African Americans in North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/civil-rights-movement/roots-activism, https://www.ncpedia.org/journey-reconciliation-1947, https://ncpedia.org/civil-rights-movement, https://www.ncpedia.org/civil-rights-movement/roots-activism, https://www.ncpedia.org/journey-reconciliation-1947, https://ncpedia.org/civil-rights-movementhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/JourneyofReconciliation1947.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Civil WarModules, Civil War, Technology, Medicine and Disease, Conscription, Slavery, Causes of the Civil War, Secessionhttps://www.ncpedia.org/civil-warhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AstheWarTurns.pdf, https://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/09/FreedomParade8.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G1.4
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Black Wall Street, Durham's Hayti Community Urban Renewal or Urban Removal?Overviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Economic Developmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/black-wall-street-durham-north-carolina, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/urban-renewal-displacement, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/urban-renewal-hayti, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/Hayti1.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Edenton Tea PartyOverviews, Revolutionary War, Citizen Actions, Democratic Ideals, Colonial North Carolina, Women in North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/colonial/edenton-tea-party, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/edenton-tea-party, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/barker-penelopehttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/EdentonTeaParty.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TimelessTeaNCWomen.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C.2.1; 8.G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2
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Education and Civil RightsModules, Civil Rights Movement, Education, Integration, Desegregation, Segregation, Citizen Campaigns, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/school-desegregation, https://www.ncpedia.org/public-education-part-5https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/EducationCivilRights.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3
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Elizabeth Keckley (1818-1907): From Slavery to CelebrityBiographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Enslaved People, Women in North Carolina, Buying Freedomhttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/keckley-elizabeth-hobbshttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/06/ElizabethKeckly8.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3
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Equal Rights Amendment, The Twenty-Sixth Amendment Overviews, Voting Rights, Reform, Political Representation, Political Power, Democratic Rights, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaignshttps://www.ncpedia.org/equal-rights-amendment, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/equal-rights-amendmenthttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TwentySixthAmendment2.pdf8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2
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Executive Branch of the State GovernmentOverviews, State Government, State Agencies, Separation of Powers, Limited Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/government/state/executivehttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/08/ExecutiveBranchPosterChallenge1.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/ExecutiveBranch.pdf 8.H.1.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1
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Exploring African American Leadership and Service in North Carolina, David Walker (1785-1830), Harriet Jacobs (1813-1897)Biographies, Modules, African Americans in North Carolina, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaignshttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/walker-david, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/jacobs-harriet, https://www.ncpedia.org/african-americans/introductionhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AfricanAmericanLeadershipService.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/AfricanAmericanLeadershipServicePPT.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Exploring Culture to Understand the Identities of those EnslavedOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Enslaved People, Cultural Identity, Cultural Exchange, Antebellumhttps://ncpedia.org/african-americans/life-under-slavery, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/african-american-spiritualshttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/SlaveCulture1.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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Exploring North Carolina: Geography, Geology & ClimateModules, Human-Environment Interaction, Citizen Campaigns, Citizen Actions, Industry, Human-Environment Interactionhttps://ncpedia.org/exploring-north-carolina-geography-geology-climatehttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NCGovtEnvironmentLorax.pdf8.G.1.3; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.2.2
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Exploring North Carolina: Geography, Geology & ClimateModules, Settlement, Economic Development, Geographyhttps://ncpedia.org/exploring-north-carolina-geography-geology-climate, https://www.ncpedia.org/geographyhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NCGeography.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3
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Exploring North Carolina: Settlement, Modules, Settlement, Immigration, Cultural Exchange, Cultural Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/exploring-north-carolina-settlementhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TurnoftheCenturyImmigration.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.3
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Federalists and AntifederalistsFederalists, Antifederalists, The Articles of Confederationhttps://www.ncpedia.org/federalist-party, https://www.ncpedia.org/anti-federalists, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/articles-confederation, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/constitutional-convention, https://ncpedia.org/waywelived/culture-public-lifehttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/FederalistsAntifederalists.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3
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Forced Migration of African AmericansAfrican Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Enslaved Peoplehttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/forced-migrationhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/VoyageofSlavesTransatlanticSlaveTrade.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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French and Indian WarOverviews, Colonial North Carolina, Causes of the Revolutionary War, Native Americans in North Carolinahttps://ncpedia.org/french-and-indian-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/colonial/french-and-indian-warhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/FrenchIndianWar.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.1; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.3; 8.C.1.1
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From Ordinary to Extraordinary, Everyday Heroes from the 1800s, David Walker (1785-1830), Harriet Jacobs (1813-1897), Henry Plummer Cheatham (1857-1935), Charles Waddell Chesnutt (1858-1932), Anna Julia Cooper (1858-1964), Thomas Day (ca. 1801-1861), Dorthea Dix (1802-1887), James Benson Dudley (1859-1925), Abraham Galloway (1837-1870), George Moses Horton (ca. 1797-1883), Tsali Charley (?-1838), Charles Norfleet Hunter (ca. 1852-1931), John Adams Hyman (1840-1891), Elizabeth Jobbs Keckley (ca. 1820-1907), Sequoyah (ca. 1770-1843), Albion Winegar Tourgée (1838-1905), Daniel Worth (1795-1862), James Hunter Young (1858-1921)African Americans in North Carolina, Women in North Carolina, Antebellum, Biographies, Citizen Actions, Aboltionists, Emancipation, Native Americans in North Carolina, Enslaved People, Slavery, Author, Artists, Elected Officials, Reform, Social Reform, Native Americans in North Carolina, Antebellum, Civil War, Reconstruction, Indian Removal, Trail of Tearshttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/walker-david, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/jacobs-harriet, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/cheatham-henry-plummer, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/chesnutt-charles-waddell, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/cooper-anna-julia-haywood, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/day-thomas, https://ncpedia.org/biography/dix-dorothea, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/dudley-james-benson, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/galloway-abraham, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/horton-george-moses, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/george-moses-horton, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/tsali-charley, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/hunter-charles-norfleet, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/hyman-john-adams, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/keckley-elizabeth-hobbs, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/sequoyah, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/tourgee-albion-winegar, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/worth-daniel, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/young-james-hunterhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/FromOrdinaryExtrodinaryEverydayHeros1800s1.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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General AssemblyState Government, Legislature, Senate, Representatives, Separation of Powers, Limited Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/general-assemblyhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/GeneralAssembly1.pdf8.C&G.1.1
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Governor's Council and the Council of StateState Government, Separation of Powers, Formation of Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/governors-council, https://www.ncpedia.org/council-statehttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/councilofstate.pdf8.C&G.1.1
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Greensboro Sit-InsCivil Rights Movement, Greensboro Four, African Americans in North Carolina, Citizen Actions, Segregation, Desegregationhttps://ncpedia.org/greensboro-sit-inshttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/04/GreensboroSitInsCounterRevolution1.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/SittingDownToStandUpForDemocracy.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Hoi Toiders, The Outer Banks BrogueDialect Diversity, Language Diversity, Language, Cultural Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/hoi-toiders, https://www.ncpedia.org/culture/stories/nc-historyhttps://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/OuterBanks.pdf, https://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/TalkinTarHeel.pdf8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.C.1.3
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James City African Americans in North Carolina, Freedmen, Enslaved People, Resettlement communities, Settlementshttps://ncpedia.org/james-cityhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/CivilWarFreedmenSettlements.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3
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Kirk Holden War and William Woods HoldenOverviews, Biographies, Governors, Impeachment, Racial Violence, Group Violence, Reconstructionhttps://www.ncpedia.org/kirk-holden-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/kirk-holden-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/governors/holden, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/holden-william-woods, https://www.ncpedia.org/shoffner-act, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/governor-holden-speaks-outhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2014/06/KirkHoldenWar_8.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G1.2; 8.C&G1.4
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Ku Klux KlanRacial Violence, Group Violence, Freedom of Speech, Censorship, Reconstruction, Jim Crowhttps://www.ncpedia.org/ku-klux-klan, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/rise-ku-klux-klanhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/SymbolsWordsHate.pdf8.H.1.5; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3
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Learning About Immigration in North Carolina with "A Home on the Field," Latino Immigration in North Carolina, Hispanic Demographics in North CarolinaOverviews, Integrating Literature, Immigration, Immigrants, The Immigrant Experience, The American Dream, Migration, Hispanic Immigrants, Latino Immigrantshttps://www.ncpedia.org/latinos, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/latino-immigration, https://www.ncpedia.org/population/demographics/hispanichttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/AHomeontheField1.pdf8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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Local Government, County Commissioners, County Government: Historical Perspective,Overviews, Local Government, Shared Powers, Limited Government, Citizen Actions, Elected Officials, https://ncpedia.org/government/local, https://www.ncpedia.org/government/local/commissioners, https://ncpedia.org/government/local/body-politichttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LocalGovernmentPosterChallenge2.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/CountyCommissionersNIE.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/CityGovtServicesDeptFunding83.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/CityCouncilSimulationCURFEW.pdf8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.2.1
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LoyalistsModules, Revolutionary War, Colonial North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/loyalistshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LoyalistsandPatriots.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&.G.1.3
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Lumbee Indians Face the Ku Klux Klan, 1958Overviews, Native Americans in North Carolina, Racial Violence, Group Violence, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/lumbee-face-klanhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/LumbeeFightforJustice1.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Manly, Alexander (1866-1944)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Journalists, Election of 1898, Racial Violencehttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/manly-alexhttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/04/WilmingtonRaceRiot8.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2013/05/1898Crow.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C.1.4; 8.G.1.4; 8.C.2.1; 8.G.2.1; 8.C.2.3; 8.G.2.3
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Mecklenburg Resolves and Prerevolutionary ResolvesOverviews, Revolutionary War, Democratic Ideals, Historical Documents, Colonial North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/mecklenburg-resolves, https://www.ncpedia.org/mecklenburg-resolveshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/MecklenburgResolves.pdf, https://www.ncpedia.org/resolves-prerevolutionary8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3
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Mill Work and Mill Villages, Rocky Mount Mills, The Evolution of Textile Mill VillagesIndustry, Settlements, Coastal Plainhttps://www.ncpedia.org/rocky-mount-mills, https://www.ncpedia.org/textiles/mill-villageshttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/RockyMountMillWorkandVillage.pdf, https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/OralHistoryClipsRMM.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.C.1.3
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Naval Stores, The Colonial Cape Fear: From Pine Forests to Plantations, Tar Heel, Life under Slavery and the Achievements of Free BlacksOverviews, Agriculture, Industry, Natural Resources, Slavery, Enslaved People, African Americans in North Carolina, Antebellum, Coastal Plainhttps://ncpedia.org/naval-stores, https://ncpedia.org/waywelived/colonial-cape-fear, https://www.ncpedia.org/tar-heel, https://www.ncpedia.org/african-americans/life-under-slaveryhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/SlaveryNavalStoresRicePlantations.pdf8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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North Carolina ConstitutionOverviews, State Constitution, Formation of Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/government/nc-constitution-history, https://www.ncpedia.org/declaration-rightshttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/NCConstitutionIntroductionActivities.pdf, https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2017/04/NC-Pocket-Constitution-Color.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2
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North Carolina Exposition of 1884 and the Industrial RevolutionOverviews, Economics, Industry, Agriculture, Industrial Age, Technology, Immigration, Regulationhttps://www.ncpedia.org/north-carolina-exposition-1884, https://www.ncpedia.org/category/subjects/nc-industrial-rev, https://www.ncpedia.org/manufacturinghttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/IndustrialRevolutionLivingMuseum.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/IndustrialRevolution.pdf 8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.3; 8.E.1.1
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North Carolina FundEconomics, Poverty, Jim Crow, https://www.ncpedia.org/north-carolina-fund, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/north-carolina-fundhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/NCFund.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3
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North Carolina Gold RushOverviews, Economics, Economic Development, Natural Resources, Industryhttps://www.ncpedia.org/industry/gold-rush, https://ncpedia.org/gold-rush, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/gold-rush, https://www.ncpedia.org/industry/gold-uwharries, https://www.ncpedia.org/reed-gold-mine http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NCGoldRush.pdf8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3
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North Carolina's 1835 Constitutional ConventionOverviews, State Constitution, Historical Documents, Reform, Voting Rightshttps://www.ncpedia.org/1835-consitutional-convention, https://www.ncpedia.org/government/nc-constitution-historyhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/NCConstitutionalConvention1835.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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North Carolina's Native Peoples, American Indian Tribes in North CarolinaModules, Native Americans in North Carolina, Cultural Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/tribeshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2014/06/NCNativeAmericans.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.2; 8.C&G.1.1
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North Carolina's State ConstitutionOverviews, State Constitution, Historical Documents, Reform, Voting Rights, Federalismhttps://www.ncpedia.org/government/nc-constitution-historyhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/NCStateConstExploringRelevance.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4
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Pauli Murray: Civil & Women's Rights Trailblazer (1910-1985)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Women in North Carolina, Civil Rights Movement, Civil Rights, https://www.ncpedia.org/murray-anna-pauline-paulihttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/PauliMurray.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Penderlea, The Penderlea Homesteads, and the American DreamEconomics, The Great Depression, Immigration, Agriculture, Resettlement Communities, Settlements, Coastal Plainhttps://www.ncpedia.org/geography/penderlea, https://ncpedia.org/penderlea-homesteadshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AmericanDream.pdf8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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PrincevilleAfrican Americans in North Carolina, Freedmen, Enslaved People, Resettlement Communities, Settlements, Reconstructionhttps://ncpedia.org/princevillehttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/Princeville.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3
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Quaker Abolitionists, Anti-Slavery Movement in North Carolina, Levi Coffin, The Quakers and Anti-Slavery, Levi Coffin and the Underground RailroadOverviews, Abolitionist Movements, Slavery, Abolitionists, Religious Groupshttps://www.ncpedia.org/culture/religion/quaker-abolitionists, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/1776-1860/anti-slavery-movement, https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/coffin-levi, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/quakers-and-anti-slavery, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/levi-coffin-and-undergroundhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AmericanAbolitionists.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.C.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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Reconstruction: Statewide Changes and AchievementsOverviews, Reconstruction, Constitutional Amendments, Freedmen, Enslaved People, Sharecropping, African Americans in North Carolinahttps://ncpedia.org/reconstruction-part-3-statewide-chttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/09/AfricanAmericansUSCongressReconstruction.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/Sharecropping.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.C&G.1.3; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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Refugees (World War II), US Immigration Policy and Attitudes towards Refugees during World War II and TodayOverviews, Migration, Immigration, WW2, https://www.ncpedia.org/refugees-world-war-iihttps://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2016/03/HalMyersImmigrationPolicy.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3
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Regulator MovementOverviews, Revolutionary War, Citizen Actions, Democratic Ideals, Colonial North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/colonial/regulator-movement, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/regulators, https://ncpedia.org/waywelived/resistance-revolution http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2014/06/Regulators8.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2
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Representaties to the Continental Congress, Provincial Congresses, The Declaration of IndependenceRevolutionary War, Historical Documents, Colonial North Carolina, Formation of Government, Democratic Idealshttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/usrevolution/continental-congress, https://www.ncpedia.org/provincial-congresses, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/first-provincial-congresshttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/FirstandSecondContinentalCongressandDeclarationofIndependence1.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/DeclarationofIndependence.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3
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Rip Van Winkle StateOverviews, Economics, Antebellumhttps://www.ncpedia.org/rip-van-winkle-state, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/rip-van-winkle-statehttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/NCRipVanWinkleState.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.1; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4
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School DesegregationOverviews, Civil Rights Movement, Segregation, Desegregation, Integration, Education, Pearsall Plan, Court Cases, Civil Rights Act of 1964https://ncpedia.org/history/20th-century/school-desegregationhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/SchoolSegregation.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Segregation in the 1920sSegregation, Jim Crow, Education, Discrimination, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns, Voting Rights, Civil Rightshttps://ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/segregation-1920shttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/MomentsintheLivesofEngagedCitizens.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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Slave Narratives, Harriet Jacob's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Jame's Curry's Childhood in Slavery, Lunsford Lane Buys His Freedom, James Curry Escapes from SlaveryOverviews, Primary Sources, Enslaved People, African Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Antebellum, Buying Freedomhttps://www.ncpedia.org/slave-narratives, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/incidents-life-slave-girl, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/james-currys-childhood, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/lunsford-lane-buys-his, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/james-curry-escapes-slaveryhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NarrativesofEnslavedNorthCarolinians.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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SlaveryOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Slavery, Enslaved People, Slave tradehttps://www.ncpedia.org/slaveryhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/VoicesTransAtlanticSlaveTrade.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/VoyageofSlavesTransatlanticSlaveTrade2.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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State Judiciary BranchState Government, Judicial System, Separation of Powers, Limited Governmenthttps://www.ncpedia.org/judiciary-state, https://www.ncpedia.org/government/state/judicialhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/appellatetrialjudges.pdf8.C&G.1.1
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State Judiciary, North Carolina Judicial BranchState Government, Overviewshttps://www.ncpedia.org/judiciary-state, https://www.ncpedia.org/government/state/judicialhttps://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/08/Judicial-Branch-Poster-Challenge-31.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/JudicialPoster.pdf8.C&G.1.1
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State v. Will (1834)Court Cases, Enslaved People, Judiciary Branch, Slaveryhttps://www.ncpedia.org/state-v-negro-willhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/StateofNCvWill.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3
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Statewide Changes and Achievements during Reconstruction, Sharecropping Overviews, Modules, Agriculture, Economics, Sharecropping, Reconstructionhttps://www.ncpedia.org/sharecropping, https://www.ncpedia.org/reconstruction-part-3-statewide-chttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/Sharecropping.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.G.1.3; 8.C.1.3
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Student Nonviolent Coordinating CommitteeCivil Rights Movement, Citizen Actions, Jim Crow, African Americans in North Carolinahttps://www.ncpedia.org/student-nonviolent-coordinating-comhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/FreedomRides.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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The Cherokee Language, Revitalization of the Cherokee Language Native Americans in North Carolina, Cherokee Tribe, Dialect Diversity, Language Diversity, Language, Cultural Identityhttps://www.ncpedia.org/cherokee/language, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/cherokee-language-and, https://www.ncpedia.org/culture/stories/nc-historyhttps://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/ChrerokeeLanguage.pdf, https://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2015/09/TalkinTarHeel.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Rocky Mount MillsOverviews, Integration, Segregation, Desegregation, Civil Rights, Civil Rights Movement, African Americans in North Carolina, Reform, Social Reform, Citizen Campaigns, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/civil-rights-act-1964, https://www.ncpedia.org/rocky-mount-millshttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/IntegrationofRMM.pdf, https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/OralHistoryClipsRMM.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C.1.3
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The Fight for Voting Rights, Henry Frye (1932-)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Voting Rights, Civil Rights, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns, Demoncractic Ideals, Democractic Rights, Discriminationhttps://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/henry-frye, https://www.ncpedia.org/student-nonviolent-coordinating-comhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/FightforVotingRights.pdf8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3
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The Freedmen's Colony on Roanoke IslandAfrican Americans in North Carolina, Freedmen, Enslaved People, Resettlement communities, Settlementshttps://ncpedia.org/freedmens-colony-roanoke-islandhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/CivilWarFreedmenSettlements.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.3
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The Governor and GovernorshipState Government, Separation of Powershttps://www.ncpedia.org/government/governorshiphttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NCgovernor.pdf8.C&G.1.1
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The Great DepressionOverviews, Economics, The Great Depression, The New Dealhttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/great-depression, https://www.ncpedia.org/great-depression, https://www.ncpedia.org/bank-holiday-1933http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/GreatDepression.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.E.1.1
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The Influence and Impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities on the Civil Rights MovementOverviews, African Americans in North Carolina, Education, Civil Rights, Civil Rights Movement, Higher Education, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns https://www.ncpedia.org/education/hbcuhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/HBCU.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3
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The Thirteenth Amendment, The 1787 Constitution, and SlaveryOverviews, Slavery, Historical Documents, Federal Constitution, Reconstruction, Reformhttps://www.ncpedia.org/thirteenth-amendment, https://www.ncpedia.org/slaveryhttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/05/USConstitutionandSlavery1.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4
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The Wilmington Race Riot - 1898Overviews, Reconstruction, Jim Crow, Political Parties, Race Relations, Election of 1898, Citizen Actions, Racial Violence, Fusion Politics, Integrating Literaturehttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/cw-1900/wilmington-race-riot, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/wilmington-race-riothttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/04/WilmingtonRaceRiot8.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2013/05/1898Crow.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.3
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TobaccoModules, Tobacco, Economics, Agriculture, Industry, https://www.ncpedia.org/tobaccohttp://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TobaccoHerritage.pdf8.H.1; 8.H.3.4; 8.G.1.1; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.2.1
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Albion Winegar Tourgeée (1838-1905) and Radical ReconstructionBiographies, Modules, Reconstruction, Advocates, Judges, Social Reformhttps://ncpedia.org/biography/tourgee-albion-winegar, https://ncpedia.org/reconstructionhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/TourgeeFightforCivilRights.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.3
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Tuscarora War: North Carolina Before 1770, Nooherooka: Site of decisive battle of the Tuscarora WarOverviews, Native Americans in North Carolinahttps://ncpedia.org/waywelived/tuscarora-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/tuscarora-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/tuscarora-ask-pennsylvania, https://www.ncpedia.org/nooherooka-tuscarora-warhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TuscaroraWar.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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Underground Railroad, Runaways and Slave Hunters in the Dismal SwampOverviews, Slavery, Enslaved People, Abolitionistshttps://www.ncpedia.org/underground-railroad, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/runaways-and-slave-hunters http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/SlaveRunaways.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.1; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.3
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Union or Disunion? North Carolina Votes for SecessionOverviews, Civil War, Causes of the Civil Warhttps://www.ncpedia.org/history/cw-1900/secessionhttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/seccession.pdf8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.2.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.1.4
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United States Colored Troops: Fighting for FreedomCivil War, African Americans, Soldiers, Freedmen, Enslaved Peoplehttps://www.ncpedia.org/united-states-colored-troops-civil-war, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/african-american-soldiershttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/AfricanAmericanTroopsinCivilWar1.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C.1.1; 8.C.1.2; 8.C.1.3
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Unsung Women of the Civil Rights Movement, Ella Baker (1903-1986), Desegregation Pioneers, Daisy Bates (1914-1999)Biographies, African Americans in North Carolina, Women in North Carolina, Civil Rights Movement, Integration, Desegregation, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/biography/baker-ella, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/desegregation-pioneershttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/UnsungWomen.pdf8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3; 8.C&G.1.3
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Vietnam WarOverviews, Causes of the Vietnam War, Military Conflictshttps://www.ncpedia.org/vietnam-warhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/VietnamWar8.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/RememberingVietnam8.pdf 8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3;
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Voter DisenfranchisementOverviews, Voting Rights, African Americans in North Carolina, Jim Crowhttps://www.ncpedia.org/disfranchisementhttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/01/UnderstandingDisenfranchisement.pdf8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3
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War of 1812Overviews, Causes of the War of 1812, Military Conflictshttps://www.ncpedia.org/war-1812http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/Warof1812.pdf8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.3
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What can a Postcard tell you about NC Geography?Modules, Geographyhttps://www.ncpedia.org/geography-0https://database.civics.unc.edu/files/2016/07/NCpostcards.pdf8.G.1.1; 8.G.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C.1.2
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Whigs, Whigs and Democrats in Antebellum NC, Emergence of the Whig PartyOverviews, Political Partieshttps://www.ncpedia.org/whig-party, https://www.ncpedia.org/history/1776-1860/democrats-whigshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/Whigsin1800sNC.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.G.1.1; 8.E.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4
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Women's Suffrage, Women's Rights and the NC ConstitutionOverviews, Timelines, Voting Rights, Suffrage, Women in North Carolina, Consitutional Amendments, Citizen Actions, Citizen Campaigns, State Consitution, State Supreme Court Caseshttps://www.ncpedia.org/women-suffrage, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/timeline-womens-suffrage, https://www.ncpedia.org/anchor/long-struggle-womenshttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/NineteenthAmendment.pdf, http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/WomensRightsandNCConstitution.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.G.1.3; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.H.3.4; 8.C&G.1.1; 8.C&G.1.2; 8.C&G.1.4; 8.C&G.2.1; 8.C&G.2.2; 8.C&G.2.3
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World War II on the Home Front in Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount MillsOverviews, WW2, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/rocky-mount-mills, https://www.ncpedia.org/world-war-iihttps://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/WWII.pdf, https://k12database.unc.edu/files/2018/10/OralHistoryClipsRMM.pdf8.H.1.2; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.1.5; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.E.1.1;
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World War One: Life on the Western Front, Technology and the Weapons of WarOverviews, Military Conflicts, Technology, WW1https://www.ncpedia.org/wwi-life-western-front, https://www.ncpedia.org/wwi-technology-and-weapons-warhttp://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/TrenchwarefareinWWI.pdf8.H.2.1; 8.H.3.2
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World War Two, North Carolina Contributions in Battle and on the Home FrontModules, Military Conflicts, Technology, WW2, Citizen Actionshttps://www.ncpedia.org/world-war-iihttps://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/SupportingWWIIEffort8.pdf, https://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/04/WorldWarIIRadioProject.pdf8.H.1.1; 8.H.1.3; 8.H.1.4; 8.H.2.1; 8.H.2.2; 8.H.3.2; 8.H.3.3; 8.C&G.1.4
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