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
[In 1961 when the Archives' staff began arranging the papers of the state treasurer and state comptroller, a decision was made to treat as one group the papers of the two offices through the year 1868 when the latter office ceased to exist. It...
The adjutant general's office is one of the older agencies in state government. In 1806 the General Assembly, in an act to revise the militia laws of the state, authorized the governor to appoint an adjutant general and prescribed certain duties...
North Carolina Office of Adjutant General Department
Prior to the establishment of the Department of Revenue, the administration of North Carolina tax law was dispersed among several state agencies. the state auditor, state Treasurer, secretary of state, commissioner of insurance, State Tax...
North Carolina Department of Revenue
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