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History and culture of North and South Carolina.

“Short’nin’ Bread” Piano Solo – African American Cover Art


“Short’nin’ Bread” Piano Solo sheet music by John W. Schaum. African American Cover art by Bliesener, 1951. Published by Belwin, Inc., NY.

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Pearl Harbor in the Charlotte Observer – 1943


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“Black April” – Gullah Fiction



“Black April” by Julia Peterkin, author of “Scarlett Sister Mary”.
A novel about the Gullahs of South Carolina. Triangle Books – 1927


Dusky Land – Gullah Poems and Sketches of Coastal Carolina

Waterway Art Association – 18th Annual Art Exhibit and Sale


painterMay 21 – 25, 2009

Sunset River Studio – Calabash, North Carolina

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The 2008 Waterway Art Association Exhibit
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A Coach’s Life by Dean Smith – Autographed


"A Coach's Life" by Dean Smith - Signed by Dean Smith

"A Coach's Life" by Dean Smith - Signed by Dean Smith

Biography of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence – 1827



Biography of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence written by Robert Waln Jr. and Published by R.W. Pomeroy in 1827.

This set was the property of Michael Warner Hewes, (the relative of North Carolina native and Wilmington, NC shipping maganateJoseph Hewes who signed The Declaration of Independence) and is autographed by him to the ffep of Volume VII (H). Hewes was one of the most famous signers of the Declaration of Independence for North Carolina, along with William Hooper and John Penn.

Also included in this set is a newspaper clipping from The Baltimore Sun with and article “North Carolina to honor memory of Joseph Hewes”.

This rare nine volume set covers all signers of the American Declaration of Independence.

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