Archive for June 24th, 2009

In 1903 the General Assembly  empowered the Audubon Society to enforce the state’s game laws. By 1909 the society’s administration of the laws  — as well as the laws themselves  — had led more than half the counties to opt out. Resistance to hunting and fishing restrictions of any kind remained strong, and it  was 1926 before the legislature […]

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We’d like to point out a wonderful new resource developed by our colleagues at North Carolina State University: North Carolina Architects & Builders. The site is a biographical dictionary that highlights architects and builders who have produced North Carolina’s architecture over the last 300 years. Take a look at it—you may notice some of the […]

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