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    • "Proprietary Concessions Relating to the Lower Cape Fear," 1663

    • 1663
    • Charles II returned the Stuart dynasty to the English throne in 1660 and proceeded to reward his loyal supporters. Eight loyalists of them were rewarded by being named Proprietors of the king's newly established colony, Carolina. The document,...
    • Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.
    • Jeremiah Vail "Plan Of Wilmington, 1743"

    • 1733; 1743
    • Fear River Agreeable to the Original Survey. This Plan represents the Town of Wilmington as laid out by the Original Proprietors of the same in the year 1733 ...." This Wilmington town plan was drawn by Jeremiah Vail in 1743 and probably based on a...
    • Vail, Jeremiah.
    • Montford Stokes McKenzie Family Bible Records

    • 1761; 1762; 1763; 1764; 1765; 1766; 1767; 1768; 1769; 1770; 1771; 1772; 1773; 1774; 1775; 1776; 1777; 1778; 1779; 1780; 1781; 1782; 1783; 1784; 1785; 1786; 1787; 1788; 1789; 1790; 1791; 1792; 1793; 1794; 1795; 1796; 1797; 1798; 1799; 1800; 1801;...
    • Wisconsin State Senator; U.S. Minister to Ecuador; established both the Western Carolinian and Milwaukee Sentinel newspapers; Written in: The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, translated out fo the original Greek. Printed and...
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    • Plan of Raleigh, 1792

    • 1792
    • William Christmas, a senator and a surveyor by profession, drew the plan for Raleigh. Using a total of 400 acres, Christmas designated the axial center of the city as Union Square. It was composed of six acres and intended as the site of the future...
    • Christmas, William.
    • Plan of Raleigh

    • 1792
    • During the colonial period North Carolina's legislature was reluctant to designate a fixed seat of government. The few times a capital was named, circumstances changed and the center of population began to shift. New Bern had been the colony's seat...
    • Christmas, William.

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