In 1845 the General Assembly designated funds to be drawn from the Literary Fund for the education and maintenance of poor and destitute deaf-mutes and blind persons in the state. The act also provided an annual levy of seventy-five dollars per...
The office of secretary has existed from the time of the earliest organized government in North Carolina. The lords proprietors in 1663 ordered the creation of such an office, its holder to be appointed by themselves. After the crown re-purchased...
North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State
By joint resolution on 23 August 1924, the General Assembly established a committee to cooperate with the Southern Appalachian National Park Committee, appointed earlier that year by the secretary of the interior to investigate possible sites for a...
North Carolina National Park, Parkway, and Forest Development Commission, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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