Soldier's Diary and Book for Leisure Moments (Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1862) belonging to U.S. soldier Samuel A. Walker, Co. B, 44th Regt. Mass. Vol. Militia, stationed near New Bern. Brief entries in diary (Jan.-June, )...
The Bureau of Labor Statistics, predecessor of the present-day Department of Labor, was established in 1887 by the General Assembly as an agency of the Department of Agriculture, Immigration, and Statistics. The bureau was headed by a commissioner...
From the earliest colonial times North Carolina's governmental authorities made provisions for building and maintaining prisons. Until 1868, such responsibility for prisons rested largely with the respective counties; the General Assembly allowed...
Prior to the American Revolution, the powers of pardon, parole, and commutation of sentences resided constitutionally with the king or his delegated representatives, as in the case of the Lords Proprietors or royal governors. In 1729, when North...
North Carolina Probation Commission
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