Tag Archives: 20th century

Historical marker to be placed in Raleigh today to remember a dark chapter in NC history

The Raleigh News & Observer reported yesterday that, “State officials are dedicating a historical marker to remember the forced sterilization program that affected thousands of people in North Carolina.” The North Carolina Highway Historical Marker contains a historical description of … Continue reading

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Regulations to Govern the Teachers’ Homes, 1921-1922

This document, “Regulations to Govern the Teachers’ Homes,” 1921-1922, was prepared by Charles L. Coon, an early 20th-century education reformer and superintendent of Wilson County schools, in order to protect the the “property of the public” (apparently referring to the … Continue reading

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