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                      Published Quarterly by the North Carolina Office of Archives and History
               Historic Sites Commemorate 140th Anniversary of

                                  Index to Volume 54 (2006)

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A. C. Reynolds High School: students from, win awards at National History Day competition, 81-82
A. C. Reynolds Middle School: students from, win awards at National History Day competition,
    81-82
Abbott, Anthony S.: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Abbott, Lawrence (Lea): hired in Office of State Archaeology, 97
Abernathy, J. W., Jr.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
About Marsupials: A Guide for Children (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature,
    115
Ackerman, James: to speak at map conference, 118
Adams, Sheila Kay: to conduct class and perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage
    Center, 93
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Adams, Tom: speaks at Save Our History awards program, 78
Administration, Department of. See Department of Administration
African American Cultural Celebration: presented at North Carolina Museum of History, 44-45
African American Quilt Circle: displays crafts during African American Cultural Celebration, 45
African Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History (book): published by Historical
    Publications Section, 13, 49
Aiken, Clay: clothing of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Ainslie, Scott: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 29, 45
Akpinar, Baha: speaks at meeting at Library of Congress, 119
Alamance (video): debuts as orientation program at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 20, 52
Alamance, Battle of. See Battle of Alamance
Alamance Battleground Friends: hold first meeting, 89
Alamance Battleground State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 63-64, 132; cannon
    from, loaned to other state historic sites, 123, 125; cannon from, used in historic weapons
    certification course, 17; commemorates anniversary of Battle of Alamance, 89; hosts living
    history week, 20; transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16; unveils new
    orientation video, 20, 52
Alamance Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution: commemorates anniversary of Battle of
    Alamance, 89
Alamance County Historical Association: provides in-kind assistance to production of orientation
    video at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 52
Alamance County Tourism Development Authority: underwrites production of orientation video at
    Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 52
Albemarle Middle School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Albert Ray Newsome Awards: presented, 4
Alderson Lifetime Achievement Award: presented to Jerry Heiser, 66
Alexander, Denise: discusses Rosenwald Initiative of the National Trust for Historic Preservation at
    workshop, 15
Alexander, Lamar: leads effort in U.S. Senate to direct money towards teaching of history in public
    schools, 39
Alexander, Thomas: elected vice president of Carolina Charter Corporation, 10
Alexander Kelly House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 70; pictured, 70
Alford, Mike: gives lecture in Wilmington, 69
Alford, Natalie: hired at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 97
All Things Considered: provides coverage of draft report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commis-
    sion, 41
Allen Grove School: featured in tour during preservation workshop, 15; pictured, 15
Alpha Phi Alpha: centennial of, commemorated in exhibit at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum
    State Historic Site, 28, 43; members of North Carolina Central University chapter of, perform at
    North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc.: 100 Years of Service (exhibit): opens at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum
    State Historic Site, 28, 43
Alston House: made accessible to handicapped, 20-21
American Association for State and Local History (AASLH): awards of merit and certificates of
    commendation presented by, 3
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Award for Juvenile Literature: nominees for,
    announced, 114-115; presented, 2
American Forests: adds two trees at Historic Halifax State Historic Site to national register, 88
American Historical Association: presents Theodore Roosevelt-Woodrow Wilson Award to
    Sen. Robert Byrd, 39
American Indian Heritage Celebration: held at North Carolina Museum of History, 25
American Indian Heritage Education Day: held at North Carolina Museum of History, 25
American Tobacco Historic District: as site of interviews for StoryCorps project, 89
Anderson, Charles, Jr.: to lecture at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 29
Anderson, Clarence A.: speaks at historical marker dedication ceremony, 9
Andrus, Steve: artwork by, displayed at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 90-91
Animal Mischief (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Anthony, Robert: to speak at map conference, 118
Apple Chill Cloggers: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 100
Applewhite, James: books by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Archie K. Davis Fellowships: awarded by North Caroliniana Society, 118
Archive-It: provided by Internet Archive to capture websites, 120; utilized by State Archives and
    State Library, 11, 84
Archives and History, Department of. See Department of Archives and History
Archives and History, Division of. See Division of Archives and History
Archives and History, Office of. See Office of Archives and History
Archives and History/State Library Building: copy of Bill of Rights displayed at, 78; grounds of, to
    be site of Freedom Monument, 74; string-band concert held in auditorium of, 77
Archives and Records Section: accessions by, 12, 48, 85; adds land grants and Outer Banks History
    Center collection to online finding aid, 47, 120; collaborates with State Library to create archives
    of government websites, 10-11, 120; creates exhibit of historic documents concerning lotteries,
    82; creates online exhibit about North Carolina music, 119; creates online exhibit about World
    War I records, 12, 46-47; helps write website preservation policy, 84; offers archival workshops,
    3; opens new exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 83-84; purchases microfilming and
    scanning equipment, 119; receives grant to fund preservation needs assessment, 46; staff members
    of, attend session on emergency response planning, 84-85; staff news from, 27, 66, 97, 135
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Arkins, Matt: provides cinematography for documentary on Fort Fisher, 22
Armitage, Christopher: portrays William R. Davie, 88
Armstrong, William G. See Sir William G. Armstrong and Company
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Aronson, Marc: speaks at Save Our History awards program, 78
Arrowood, Kyle: discusses preservation of photographs at workshop at Tryon Palace Historic Sites &
    Gardens, 56
Arsenal Archaeology: Seeking a Lost Past (exhibit): to open at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical
    Complex, 65
Art Pottery Traditions of North Carolina (exhibit): to open at North Carolina Museum of History, 61
Artificial-limbs factory: highway historical marker for, dedicated, 9
Artisan Shop: affiliates with Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
Asch, Chris Myers: mentioned, 65; wins R. D. W. Connor Award, 2
Ashburn, Gwen: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 99
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History: established by Carter G. Woodson, 43
At the Controls: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Looks at Cockpits (exhibit): opens at
    North Carolina Transportation Museum, 64, 88
Atlantic Elementary School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Atlantic Veneer: employees of, fabricate objects for exhibit at North Carolina Maritime Museum,
    Beaufort, 58
Audrey Herd Award: presented to Charles Redmond, 54
Avery, Laurence G.: to deliver Keats and Elizabeth Sparrow Keynote Address at joint annual
    meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 115
Aycock Birthplace State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 134; cosponsors winning
    team in North Carolina History Bowl, 83; hosts farm heritage programs, 91; hosts Farmer’s Day
    and living history Wednesdays, 23; transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
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Babits, Larry: presents research findings concerning archaeology of Fort Dobbs, 8, 9, 24
Back Creek Band: performs at Bath, 123; pictured, 123
Back Shop: second phase of restoration of, begins, 18
Back to Wando Passo (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Bahnson, Diane: hired at Historic Stagville State Historic Site, 97
Bailey, Alfred Reno: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Bake Shop Ghost, The (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Baker, Betty M.: retires, 98
Baker, Etta: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Baker, Mark: gives lectures at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Baker, Monique: participates in Halloween program at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Bald Head Creek: boathouse on, added to National Register of Historic Places, 70
Baldwin, Karen: to lecture at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 62
Ballad of Frankie Silver, The (movie): to be aired at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage
    Center, 93
Barbee, Danny: returns as interpreter at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 126
Barnwell, Tim: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 133
Baroody, John C.: completes excavation of cistern at “Old Kentucky Home” (1978), 79
Bass, John Haywood: prepares meal for reenactors at CSS Neuse/Governor Caswell Memorial, 125
Bass, Morris: helps fire ordnance rifle at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site, 126
Bass Farms, Inc.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Bate, Harold H. See Harold H. Bate Foundation
Bath Elementary School: students from, participate in gourd workshop, 19
Bath: The First Town in North Carolina (book): featured in 2006 catalog of Historical Publications
    Section, 49
Battle of Alamance: anniversary of, commemorated, 64, 89; as topic of orientation video at
    Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 52
Battle of Elizabeth City: anniversary of, to be commemorated, 28
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Battle of Fort Fisher: anniversary of, commemorated, 28, 54-55; audio of anniversary commemora-
    tion of, featured on podcast program, 42
Battle of Kinston (1862): scenarios from Battle of Wyse Fork reenacted at site of, 68
Battle of Roanoke Island: anniversary of, commemorated, 29, 53
Battle of Wyse Fork: two scenarios from, reenacted, 68
Battleship Half Marathon: held at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Bauer, Margaret D.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118; presents R. Hunt Parker Memorial
    Award, 5
Be Happy or I’ll Scream!: My Deranged Quest for the Perfect Husband, Family, and Life (book):
    nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Beach Book, The: to feature Outer Banks History Center and Roanoke Island Festival Park, 47
Beaman, Thomas E., Jr.: to give lecture in series sponsored by Office of State Archaeology, 112;
    helps process artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Bear Grass Primitive Baptist Church: added to National Register of Historic Places, 106; pictured,
    106
Beaufort County Community College Foundation: holds croquet tournament at Historic Bath State
    Historic Site, 89
Beaufort, N.C.: wins honor of hosting Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006, 38
Bebber, Jackson: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Beck, Raymond: leads audio tour of State Capitol on podcast program, 42; to lecture at Museum of
    the Albemarle, 29; promoted, 27
Beckel, Deborah: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Bed She Was Born In, The (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Behnken, John, Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Belk, Irwin: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Belk, John M.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Bellamy Mansion of History and Design Arts: cosponsors lecture series, 69; participates in
    month-long commemoration of Civil War, 91
BellSouth: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Belton, Thomas W.: gives slide presentation at meeting of North Carolina Military Historical
    Society, 103; leads virtual tour of online Civil War exhibit, 25
Bennehan, Richard: records of, researched for names of Stagville slaves, 52
Benner, Louise: to lead tour of clothing exhibit at North Carolina Museum of History, 132; to
    lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 65; quoted, 131
Bennett, James: home life of, to be interpreted at Bennett Place State Historic Site, 62
Bennett, Nancy: home life of, to be interpreted at Bennett Place State Historic Site, 62
Bennett Place State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 62, 134; hosts Civil War living
    history event and Christmas program, 19; presents Black History Month lecture, 44; presents
    Women’s History Month program, 45; staff news from, 20, 27
Bentonville Battlefield Historical Association: purchases reproduction cannons, 22
Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site: additional land acquired at, 22; calendar of upcoming
    events at, 63-64, 99, 101, 133; cannon from, used in historic weapons certification course, 17;
    hosts living history programs, 92, 126; receives reproduction artillery pieces, 22
Bentonville Battleground: funds appropriated for acquisition of, 16
Best, Priscilla: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Betts, Doris: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Bevers, Fendol: copies of map by, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13
Bias, Jerome: displays woodworking at North Carolina Museum of History, 64, 77
Bill of Rights: copy of, exhibited at Archives and History/State Library Building, 78; court ruling
    concerning possession of, 110
Billeaud, Rhonda: participates in Halloween program at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Biltmore Estate: leads North Carolina museums and historic sites in attendance, 59
Binder Chiropractic: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Biser, Jennie: writes essays for highway historical markers, 122

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Bishop, RoAnn M.: “New Leaves” article by, 31-35
Bishopric, Karl, Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Black, Chris: works on project to capture data from websites, 11
Black History Month: commemorated at historic sites and North Carolina Museum of History,
    28-29, 43-45; developed by Carter G. Woodson, 43
Black Indians: An American Story (video): presented at Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site,
    44
Black Mountain College: mentioned, 31
Blackbeard: Knight of the Black Flag (drama): revived for Bath tercentenary celebration, 51
Blockade Runner Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy: participates in wreath-laying
    ceremony at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91
Bloody Mary & The Virgin Queen (play): returns to Roanoke Island Festival Park, 64, 91
Bloom, Ken: performs at House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site, 62, 90
Blue (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Bluestar Dance Troupe: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 61
Board, Jeri Fitzgerald: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Boatwright, Mary T.: publishes article, presents paper, and appears on television program, 67
Bobby Hicks and the Fiddle Patch Band: perform at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 123
Bobroff, Ronald P.: book by, published, 102
Bockert, Jeff: helps fire ordnance rifle at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site, 126
Bohning, Don: to lecture at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Bolick, Glen: to lecture at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Bonner House: featured in online virtual tour, 19; free tours of, offered on National Tourism Day,
    63, 89
Bonner Point: featured in online virtual tour, 19; as site of military encampment, 18
Boseman, Julia: to guide recommendations of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission through
    General Assembly, 75
Bovsun, Mara: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 114
Boyer, Martin E.: house designed by, added to National Register of Historic Places, 71
Boyle, Terrence: ruling of, concerning possession of Bill of Rights, upheld on appeal, 110
Bradshaw, Danny: signs copies of book, 23
Branchettes, The: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Breath of the Song (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Brevard Rosenwald School, The: Black Education and Community Building in a Southern Appalachian
    Town, 1920-1966 (book): author of, wins AASLH certificate of commendation, 3
Brewster and Company: carriage manufactured by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Briggs, Annlei: wins award at National History Day competition, 82
Brigham, Petie: artwork of, exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
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Brooks, Jackie: receives teacher award from Save Our History program, 78; students of, create
    award-winning video and exhibit about Bill of Rights, 78
Brower, Lynn: quoted, 94
Brown, Charlotte Hawkins: birthday of, to be commemorated, 65; inducted into North Carolina
    Association of Educators Education Hall of Fame, 89. See also Charlotte Hawkins Brown
    Museum State Historic Site
Brown, Claudia: gives update on survey of Rosenwald schools in North Carolina, 16
Brown, Derrick: assists at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 126; gives lecture at Civil War symposium
    in Kinston, 68
Brown, Flora: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 63
Brown, Matthew: quoted, 117
Brown, Paul: speaks at preservation workshop, 15
Brown, Walter: book coauthored by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Brown, William H.: gives lecture at meeting of North Carolina Genealogical Society, 14; gives
    lecture at meeting of North Carolina Military Historical Society, 103; serves as judge for North
    Carolina History Day, 86
Brown Memorial Singers: perform at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site, 29, 43-44
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Browning, Robert, Jr.: gives keynote address at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
Browning, Taylor: wins award at National History Day competition, 82
Bruckner, Martin: to speak at map conference, 118
Brunswick Town: archaeological exploration of, 111, 112; transferred to Department of Archives
   and History (1955), 16
Brunswick Town State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 29; co-hosts conference of
   North Carolina Maritime History Council, 111; contracts with engineering firm to stabilize
   Russellborough ruin and St. Philips Church walls, 91; participates in month-long commemora-
   tion of Civil War, 91
Bryan, Joe: serves as parade marshal at Veterans’ Day event, 17
Bryson, Thomas Newton: pictured, 46
BSS: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Buchanan, Andrew: directs Confederate Goliath, 22
Buchanan, Anna Bell: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’
   Colony, 32
Buford, Elizabeth: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6; pictured, 8, 82; speaks at medal presentation
   ceremony, 116
Bull, Lynn: leads Federal troops in reenactment of Battle of Wyse Fork, 68
Bullman, Amanda: enters data concerning artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Burlington/Alamance County Convention and Visitors Bureau: cosponsors debut of orientation
   video at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 20, 52
Burns-Vann, Tracey: resigns, 27
Butler, Lindley: pictured, 1; wins Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award, 5-6
Byer, Kathryn Stripling: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Byrd, Robert: honored by American Historical Association for efforts on behalf of teaching of
   history in public schools, 39
Byrne, Sherry: delivers keynote address at meeting at Library of Congress, 119
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Calhoun, Lee: to demonstrate grafting of apple trees at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 30
Call to Arms, A (exhibit): artifacts added to, 96
Calvert Café: to open at North Carolina Museum of History, 97
Calvin Jones House: as site of Wake Forest Birthplace museum and archives, 67
Camden Middle School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Cameron, Duncan: records of, researched for names of Stagville slaves, 52
Camp Butner: painting of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base: facility for African American soldiers at, to be subject of program
   at North Carolina Museum of History, 29; as site of “live fire” portion of historic weapons
   certification course, 17
Campbell, John C. See John C. Campbell Folk School
Campbell University: news of history department of, 102
Cannon Foundation: awards grant to Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 55
Cape Fear Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy: participates in wreath-laying ceremony at
   Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science: cosponsors annual lecture series, 69; hosts presentation
   of findings of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 41; participates in month-long com-
   memoration of Civil War, 91; recommended to receive funding for exhibit about 1898 race riot,
   75
Capital Area Visitor Services: director of, retires, 98
Capt. Samuel A. Ashe Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy: sponsors historical marker
   dedication ceremony, 9
Carbone, John S.: reprint of book by, published by Historical Publications Section, 85-86
Carnes-McNaughton, Linda: to lecture at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 100



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Carolina Be Bop Kings (documentary): highlights from, presented at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 44-45
Carolina Charter Corporation: elects officers, 10
Carolina Chocolate Drops: perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Carolina Comments: 2005 index to, published by Historical Publications Section, 50
Carolina Field Trips: includes North Carolina Museum of History in list of top ten destinations for
   school field trips, 25
Carolina Mountains, The (book): reprinted by Land of the Sky Books, 130
Carolina Mountains, The: Photography of Margaret Morley (exhibit): opens at North Carolina Museum
   of History, 99, 130-131
Carolina Parakeet, The: America’s Lost Parrot in Art and Memory (book): nominated for Ragan Old
   North State Award for Nonfiction, 114
Carolina Publishing Associates: conduct survey of attendance at museums and historic sites, 59
Carraway, Gertrude. See Gertrude Carraway Garden
Carraway, Mike: hired at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 66
Carroll, Jackson W.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Carson, Susie: gives lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Carter, Albert Howard, III: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Carter, Ann: pictured, 8
Carter, Beth: pictured, 17
Carter, Jimmy: urges remembrance of women’s contributions to American history and culture
   (1980), 45
Cary Historical Society: forms Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel (1983), 103
Cashion, Jerry C.: attends presentation concerning restoration of Fort Dobbs, 8; gives lecture at
   meeting of North Carolina Military Historical Society, 103; pictured, 1; presents Christopher
   Crittenden Memorial Award, 5; speaks at commemorative program at Thomas Wolfe Memorial,
   16
Castro, Fidel: to be topic of third Raleigh International Spy Conference, 96-97
Catherman, Emily: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 61
Celebration of North Carolina Craft: proclaimed by Gov. Mike Easley, 27
Celebration of North Carolina Craft: Woodcraft in North Carolina (exhibit): opens at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 27
Chappell, Fred: appears in documentary about Thomas Wolfe’s home, 24
Charlotte Folklore Society: hosts musical program at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76
Charlotte Hawkins Brown Historical Foundation: cosponsors programs at Charlotte Hawkins Brown
   Museum State Historic Site, 29, 44
Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site: architectural firm selected to design renova-
   tion of buildings at, 89; calendar of upcoming events at, 28-29, 65, 101, 134; commemorates
   Black History Month, 43-44; hosts ceremony to honor Charlotte Hawkins Brown, 89; staff news
   from, 27, 66, 97
Charlotte Mother House of Prayer: trombone shout band from, performs at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 65, 77
Che Guevara: In Search of Revolution (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature,
   115
Cherokee Indians: carvings by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 27; heritage of, to
   be subject of Summerfest program at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Cherry, Kevin: pictured, 5; presents Albert Ray Newsome Awards, 4; welcomes attendees to joint
   annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 1
Cheshire, Joseph B., Jr., and Mrs.: listed as life members of NCLHA, 6
Chicken Boy (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 114
Chitwood, Michael: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112;
   book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Christ Covenant School: wins student publication award, 2
Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award: presented, 5-6
Christy, Howard Chandler: poster designed by, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13
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Cisne Branco (ship): pictured, 37; toured by staff members of North Carolina Maritime Museum,
    Beaufort, 129-130
Civil Rights Act of 1964: as legacy of white supremacy campaigns, 40
Civil War in Coastal North Carolina, The (book): reprint of, published by Historical Publications
    Section, 85-86
Civil War Preservation Trust: acquires land at Bentonville Battlefield, 22
Clark, James W.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6; presents Ragan Old North State Award, 5;
    presides over business meeting of NCLHA, 4; welcomes attendees to evening session of joint
    annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 4
Clark, Walter: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Classical Quill, The (student publication): wins award, 2
Clay, Linda: pictured, 8
Click, Patricia: speaks at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 84
Cliffside: Portrait of a Carolina Mill Town (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
    Nonfiction, 112
Clinton, Lottie: quoted, 75
Clodfelter, James A.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Coats, Dale: interviews Wilson Crabtree for StoryCorps project, 89
Cobb, Judy: participates in panel discussion concerning capture of archival websites, 120
Coe, Joffre Lanning: book by, reprinted by Historical Publications Section and Coe Foundation for
    Archaeological Research, 120-121; honored by lecture series and award, 109-111
Coe Foundation for Archaeological Research: cooperates with Historical Publications Section to
    publish reprint of book by Joffre L. Coe, 120; cosponsors Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series,
    109; presents awards, 111; volunteers from, assist in processing artifacts from cistern at “Old
    Kentucky Home,” 79
Coffey, Mike: serves as judge for North Carolina History Day, 86
Cole, Marvin: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Coleman, Andrena: appointed site manager at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic
    Site, 66
Coleman, James W.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Coleman, Marian: presents case study at preservation workshop, 15
Collecting for the New Millenium: Recent Acquisitions since 2000 (exhibit): historic lottery ticket added
    to, 82; opens at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Collection Management Branch (Archives and Records Section): purchases microfilming and
    scanning equipment, 119
Collins, Nyoni: discusses builder of Rosenwald schools at preservation workshop, 15
Colonial Fife and Drum Corps: to be created at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 55. See also
    Tryon Palace Fife and Drum Corps
Colonial Theater: seats from, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Colson, Donna: paintings by, to be exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 100
Columbus Code, The (exhibit): to open at North Carolina Museum of History, 101
Columbus Foundation: funds construction of replica of Niña, 95
Combs, William L., III: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 62
Coming to Rest (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Committee for the Teaching of History: established by Office of Archives and History, 40
Community and Change in the North Carolina Mountains: Oral Histories and Profiles of People from
    Western Watauga County (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction,
    113
Concerned Citizens of Tillery: cosponsor workshop concerning preservation of Rosenwald schools,
    14; host dinner for workshop participants, 15
Concert Chorale of the Outer Banks: opens concert by North Carolina Symphony at Roanoke
    Island Festival Park, 76; to perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 134
Confederate Goliath (documentary): airs on National Public Television, 22
Connells, The: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121

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Connor, R. D. W.: award in honor of, presented, 2
Conservation and Development, Department of. See Department of Conservation and Development
Cornick, Mary Bridgers: obituary of, 98
Cottrell, Neil: designs online exhibit about World War I records in State Archives, 12
Council of State Archivists: cosponsors session on emergency response planning for archives, 84;
   holds joint meeting in Washington, D.C., 110, 120
Courage: The Carolina Story that Changed America (exhibit): sponsorship of, wins award for Levine
   Museum of the New South, 69
Covington, Marion S., Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6. See also Marion Stedman
   Covington Foundation
Cowan, Harry: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Crabtree, Wilson: interviewed for StoryCorps project, 89
Crafted from Silver: Objects in the Museum’s Collection (exhibit): to open at Museum of the Albemarle,
   58
“Crafting Freedom: Thomas Day and Elizabeth Keckly, Black Artisans and Entrepreneurs in the
   Making of America”: as theme of teacher training workshops, 59
Craig, William N., and Mrs.: listed as life members of NCLHA, 6
Crane, Richard: receives fellowships, 136
Craven County Community Foundation: awards grant to Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens for
   creation of Colonial Fife and Drum Corps, 55
Creating the Land of the Sky: Tourism and Society in Western North Carolina (book): nominated for
   Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Crinkum-Crankum (student publication): wins award, 1-2
Crist, Beth: transfers from North Carolina Museum of History to State Library, 98
Criswell, Grover C.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Crittenden, Christopher: award in honor of, presented, 5-6; creates Division of Historic Sites (1955),
   16; makes special arrangements for African American researcher in North Carolina State
   Archives (1939), 74
Cronkite, Walter: quoted, 40
Crow, Jeffrey J.: column by, concerning African American history activities in the Office of
   Archives and History, 74-75; column by, concerning educational programs of Office of Archives
   and History, 2-3; column by, concerning presentation on Bill of Rights at meeting in Washing-
   ton, D.C., 110; column by, concerning teaching of American history, 38-40; discusses Thir-
   teenth Amendment at North Carolina Museum of History, 42; pictured, 4; presents AASLH
   award of merit and certificate of commendation, 3; speaks at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks
   History Center, 84
Crow, Terrell A.: presents paper at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 3
Crowe, Amanda: wooden bear carved by, pictured, 27
Crowe, Thomas Rain: pictured, 6; wins Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 5
Crowther, Hal: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Crump, Steve: discusses documentary at North Carolina Museum of History, 44-45
Cruse, Patricia: participates in panel discussion concerning capture of archival websites, 120
CSS Hunley (submarine): replica of, featured at living history event in Kinston, 68
CSS Neuse Civil War Museum: future site of, hosts reception during symposium, 68
CSS Neuse/Governor Caswell Memorial State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 100,
   133; cosponsors winning team in North Carolina History Bowl, 83; hosts Civil War program,
   22; hosts historic weapons certification course, 17; hosts Revolutionary War program, 125-126
Cultural Resources, Department of. See Department of Cultural Resources
Cumber, Kimberly A.: rejoins Archives and Records Section, 27
Cumming, William P. See William P. Cumming Map Society
Currituck Historical Association: wins an Albert Ray Newsome Award, 4
Cycle North Carolina: ends at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Cyriaque, Jeanne: presents case study at preservation workshop, 15


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D. H. Hill Award: presented to Hank Jordan, 117
Dalmas, Jean-Pierre Auguste: home of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 71
Dana, Richard Henry: extracts from narrative of, featured in exhibit at North Carolina Maritime
   Museum, Beaufort, 58
Daniel, Jonathan: displays crafts at African American Cultural Celebration, 45
Daniel, Randy: to lecture at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 99
Daniels, Charlie: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Daniels, Dennis: assists work of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 74
Dare County Arts Council: cosponsors concert at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53; to produce art
   show at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 63
Dare County Tourism Board: cosponsors concert by North Carolina Symphony at Roanoke Island
   Festival Park, 65, 76
Darity, William: helps prepare final report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 74
Daughters of the American Revolution: Alamance chapter of, commemorates anniversary of Battle
   of Alamance, 89; Edenton chapter of, sponsors Independence Day celebration, 123; honors Sarah
   Davie with gravesite ceremony, 19
Daves, Graham: coat worn by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 131
Davie, Sarah: honored by Daughters of the American Revolution, 19
Davie, William Richardson: birthday of, commemorated, 88, 115
Davis, Archie K. See Archie K. Davis Fellowships
Davis, Burke, Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Davis, Jeff: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Davis, Jennifer: assists Historical Publications Section as public history intern, 50
Davis, Walter Burke, Jr.: obituary of, 135-136
Davis-Gardner, Angela: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Davis Regional Hospital: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Day, Thomas: as subject of book, 49; as subject of national teachers’ workshops, 2-3, 59; to be
   subject of program at North Carolina Museum of History, 28
DCF Engineering, Inc.: contracts to stabilize Russellborough ruin and St. Philips Church walls, 91
Deloatch, Lois: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
DeMuth, Ann: hired at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 135
Denning, Chris: promoted, 27
Department of Administration: to upgrade facilities at Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site, 128
Department of Archaeology, Old Salem: conducts summer archaeology field school, 69
Department of Archives and History: authorized to develop state historic sites program (1955), 16
Department of Conservation and Development: historic sites transferred to Department of Archives
   and History from (1955), 16
Department of Cultural Resources (DCR): contracts with Internet Archive for capture of archival
   websites, 84, 120; develops podcast programming, 42; directed by General Assembly to assist
   1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 73-74; employees of, participate in historic weapons
   certification course, 17; erects highway historical marker to George Moses Horton, 105; to focus
   on “N.C. In Tune” theme, 48, 76; produces compact disc of music by North Carolina artists,
   122; provides funding for fence at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 57; unveils landscape manage-
   ment plan, 80; visitation to historic sites and museums of, 2; works with landowners to preserve
   site of Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 31
Department of Interior Architecture, University of North Carolina at Greensboro: cosponsors
   decorative arts symposium at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 56
Department of Public Instruction: proposes dropping North Carolina history from eighth-grade
   curriculum, 38-39
Department of Transportation: plans to widen and pave Huckleberry Mountain Road, 34-35;
   provides technicians on temporary basis to Office of State Archaeology, 135; receives first
   Founders’ Award from North Carolina Transportation Hall of Fame, 17
Dessen, Sarah: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 114

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Deutsch, Sarah: appointed dean of social sciences at Duke University, 102
Diary of Altered Light, A (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Díaz, Pedro: accounts of, concerning Roanoke voyages, reinterpreted, 138, 140-141
Dickens, Missie: paintings by, to be exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 101
Dickerson, James Earl: hired in Division of State Historic Sites and Properties, 27
Dietrich, Amelia: wins award at National History Day competition, 81
Dietrich, Anna: wins award at National History Day competition, 81
DiGiuseppe, David: presents musical history of the state at North Carolina Museum of History, 64,
    77
Discovering Mortality (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Division of Archives and History: former director of, retires from Meredith College, 67
Division of Historic Sites: created in Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
Division of Historical Resources: news of, 10-16, 46-50, 83-87, 119-122; staff news from, 27, 66,
    97, 135
Division of State Historic Sites and Properties: commemorates Black History Month, 43-44;
    commemorates Women’s History Month, 45; cosponsors Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series,
    109; cosponsors North Carolina History Bowl, 83; deputy director of, retires, 115-116; director
    of, appointed, 66, 80; news of, 16-24, 50-57, 87-92, 122-129; partners with Office of State
    Archaeology Research Center to catalog artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79;
    provides funding for archaeological dig at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 56; staff news from,
    27, 66, 97, 135
Division of State History Museums: news of, 25-27, 57-60, 93-97, 129-131; staff news from, 27, 66,
    97-98, 135
Division of State Parks: staff members of, participate in historic weapons certification course, 17
Dixon, Richard Dillard, III, and Mrs.: listed as life members of NCLHA, 6
Dockery, Jessica: helps create traveling exhibit for Durham historic sites, 89; promoted, 27
Dogmania: Amazing but True Canine Tales (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
    Nonfiction, 114
Dotterer, John E.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Dowell, Frances O’Roark: books by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 114
Dozier, Carlton: stained-glass art of, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Draper, Howard: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
Driver, John: gives lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Drops of the Night (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Du Val, Kathleen: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Duberstein, John: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Duffus, Kevin: discusses and signs copies of book at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 125; to lecture at
    Historic Bath State Historic Site, 30
Duke Homestead Junior Interpreters: to host program at Duke Homestead State Historic Site, 132;
    provide dramatic readings of nineteenth-century literature, 19
Duke Homestead State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 64, 100, 132; hosts “An
    Evening at the Homestead,” 19; hosts herb and craft festival, 89-90; hosts tobacco harvest festival
    and mock auction, 124; staff news from, 20, 27, 135
Duke University: news from history department of, 67, 102, 136
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Dunbar, Jillian: receives student award from Save Our History program, 78
Duncan, Julia Nunnally: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Duppstadt, Andrew: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
Durham Herald: features story about family tree of Stagville slaves, 51
Durrill, Wayne K.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
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Earley, Larry: gives lecture in Wilmington, 69
Easley, Mike: proclaims Celebration of North Carolina Craft for 2004-2005, 27
East Carolina Bank: cosponsors concert at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53

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East Carolina University: archaeologists from, conduct systematic survey of Bath, 112; cosponsors
    workshop concerning preservation of Rosenwald schools, 14; hosts presentation of findings of
    1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 41
Ebel, Misty D.: resigns from North Carolina Transportation Museum, 66
Echoes of Heritage: performs at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 83; performs at
    opening reception for quilt show at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53
Eden House: as subject of lecture by Loretta Lautzenheiser, 87
Edenton Station, U.S. Fish and Fisheries Commission: added to National Register of Historic Places,
    71; pictured, 71
Edenton Tea Party Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution: sponsors Independence Day
    celebration at Historic Edenton State Historic Site, 123
Edgar, Walter: speaks at meeting of Friends of Fort Dobbs, 128
Edgerton, Clyde: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Edwards, David Honeyboy: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53; pictured, 53
Edwards, Gloria: resigns from Historic Halifax State Historic Site, 135
Eidenmiller, Brooke: resigns from North Carolina Museum of History, 135
1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission: established by General Assembly (2000), 42; releases
    draft report, 39-40, 41-42; releases final report and recommendations, 73-75
Eighty-first Division, U.S. Army: artifacts and records of, featured in online exhibit, 47
Elements of Percussion: perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Elephant’s Edge: The Republicans as a Ruling Party (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State
    Award for Nonfiction, 113
Eliot Hall: architectural firm selected to renovate, 89; future use of, discussed, 89
Elizabeth City, Battle of. See Battle of Elizabeth City
Elizabeth II (ship): engages in mock battle with Meka II, 90; pictured, 90; visits Bath for Maritime
    Heritage Days program, 51; visits Elizabeth City for Potato Festival, 90; volunteer crewmember
    of, receives award, 54
Elizabeth Vann Moore Series for Preservation Studies: to be held at Museum of the Albemarle, 62
Ellery, Blaise: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Ellington, Kim: displays pottery at North Carolina Museum of History, 64, 77
Ellinwood, George: pictured, 8
Elliott, Doug: to lecture and lead nature walk at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Ellis, Rusty: performs at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76; pictured, 76
Ellison, George: to lecture at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 61
Embers, The: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Encyclopedia of North Carolina (book): editor of, to sign copies of, at North Carolina Museum of
    History, 135
End of Words, The: The Language of Reconciliation in a Culture of Violence (book): nominated for Ragan
    Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Ensemble: The North Carolina Music History Virtual Exhibit: created by intern in Information Technol-
    ogy Branch (Archives and Records Section), 119
Erickson, Emily: pictured, 82
Escott, Paul D.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113; book
    by, published, 102; delivers Keats and Elizabeth Sparrow Keynote Address, 4, 102; pictured, 4
Ethridge, Mark: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Eubank, Kelly: participates in panel discussion concerning capture of archival websites, 110, 120;
    serves as project manager for State Archives in collaborative effort to capture websites, 11
Evans, Ethel Leona: pictured, 46
Evans, Lisbeth C.: accepts historical lottery tickets, 82; appoints new members of North Carolina
    Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee, 81; attends presentation concerning restora-
    tion of Fort Dobbs, 8; chairs cultural summit, 42; designates 2006 the year of “N.C. In Tune,”
    76; pictured, 8, 16, 82; speaks at commemorative program at Thomas Wolfe Memorial, 16;
    speaks at opening ceremony of tercentenary commemoration at Bath, 51
Ewen, Charles: to give lecture in series sponsored by Office of State Archaeology, 111-112

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Executive Council of State Coordinators: chaired by Jo Ann Williford, 2
Explorations in North Carolina’s Historic Archaeology Lecture Series: presented by Office of State
   Archaeology, 86-87, 111-112
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Fagersten, Cole: exhibit of fabric designs by, to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 134
Faithful Vision: Treatments of the Sacred, Spiritual, and Supernatural in Twentieth-Century African American
    Fiction (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Family Building: The Five Fundamentals of Effective Parenting (book): nominated for Ragan Old North
    State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Farley, Jennifer: compiles family tree of Stagville slaves, 51-52; helps create traveling exhibit for
    Durham historic sites, 89
Fay, Julie: book co-edited by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Fearing, Mollie: to be honored by art show at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 63
Fearnley, Andrew: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Federal Library and Information Center Committee: sponsors meeting on digitization at Library of
    Congress, 119
Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies: holds joint annual meeting, 1, 14; North Carolina
    Book Awards to be presented at annual meeting of, 112; sponsors Albert Ray Newsome Awards, 4
Felton, Elbert: to lecture at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111; to lecture at
    North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Ferrell, Matt: hired at Museum of the Albemarle, 98
Ferris, Marcie Cohen: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Fifteenth Connecticut Regiment: capture of, at Battle of Wyse Fork, reenacted, 68
Fifth Regiment, North Carolina State Troops: battle flag of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of
    History, 60
50 Years of Art: A Steve Andrus Retrospective (exhibit): opens at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 90-91
Film History (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Finishing Touches (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112; nomi-
    nated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Finley, Terrell E.: appointed administrator of Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 66
First Flight High School: students from, perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
First Flight Middle School: students from, perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
First Virginia Regiment: provides instruction at School of the Provincial Soldier at Fort Dobbs State
    Historic Site, 56-57
First/Eleventh North Carolina Troops: reenactors of, pictured, 92
Fisher, Clare: wins award at National History Day competition, 81
Fisher, Mel. See Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
Fitzgerald, Gerald J.: receives Harry Golden Visiting Scholars Award, 136
Flat Rock Playhouse: forerunner of, affiliates with Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and
    Artists’ Colony, 32
Fletcher, Nancy: pottery of, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Flora, Lynn: transfers to Office of State Archaeology, 97
Fontova, Humberto: to lecture at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Fonveille, Chris: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68; to lecture at North Carolina
    Maritime History Council conference, 111
Formative Cultures of the Carolina Piedmont (book): reprinted by Historical Publications Section and
    Coe Foundation for Archaeological Research, 120-121
Forsyth, Teddy: baskets woven by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Fort Anderson: assault on, to be reenacted, 29
Fort Dobbs: plan for reconstruction of, presented, 8-9
Fort Dobbs Alliance: changes name to Friends of Fort Dobbs, 128; cosponsors presentation
    concerning reconstruction of Fort Dobbs, 8; cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair, 24; hires



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    Larry Babits to write research report, 9; provides funding for archaeological research, 56; receives
    donations on behalf of historic site, 57
Fort Dobbs State Historic Site: archaeological excavations at, 56, 92; archaeological information
    about, presented, 8-9; calendar of upcoming events at, 61, 101; hosts militia reenactment, 128;
    hosts School of the Provincial Soldier program, 56-57; hosts wagon festival and trade fair, 24;
    receives public financial support, 57; resumes daily tours, 128; staff news from, 66, 97
Fort Fisher: featured in documentary, 22
Fort Fisher, Battle of. See Battle of Fort Fisher
Fort Fisher Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy: donates book to Fort Fisher State
    Historic Site, 91; sponsors wreath-laying ceremony, 91
Fort Fisher Restoration Committee: participates in wreath-laying ceremony, 91
Fort Fisher State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 28; cannon from, used in historic
    weapons certification course, 17; cannon from, used in program at CSS Neuse/Governor Caswell
    Memorial, 22; co-hosts annual conference of North Carolina Maritime History Council, 111;
    commemorates anniversary of Second Battle of Fort Fisher, 54-55; commemorates twentieth
    anniversary of seasonal interpreter program, 126; hosts wreath-laying ceremony, 91; participates
    in month-long commemoration of Civil War, 91; prepares new exhibit, 126; receives books by
    gift and loan, 91-92; staff news from, 135
Fort Loudoun: hosts trade fair, 128
Founders’ Award: presented to North Carolina Transportation Museum, 17-18
Fraker, Douglas C.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Frank, Michael: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53
Frank Stick Memorial Fund: provides funding for exhibit and reception at Outer Banks History
    Center, 84
Franklin, John Hope: conducts research in North Carolina State Archives (1939), 74
Frederickson, Jim: hired at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 66
Freedom on the Menu: The Greensboro Sit-ins (book): author of, wins AAUW Award for Juvenile
    Literature, 2
Freedom’s Voice: Celebrating the Black Experience on the Outer Banks (exhibit): opens at Outer Banks
    History Center, 64, 75, 83-84
Freelon, Nneena: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Freeman, Priscilla Ann: soapbox car built by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Friends of Elizabeth II, Inc.: former director of, receives Audrey Herd Award, 54
Friends of Fort Dobbs: organizes, 128
Friends of Fort Macon: meeting of, addressed by Donna Kelly, 50
Friends of the Archives: corporation meeting of, includes musical program, 77-78
Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum: acquires land on Gallants Channel, 7; hosts Pepsi
    Americas’ Sail 2006 festival, 8, 40; members of, feted on board replica of Niña, 95
Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel: donates oral interviews and transcripts to Southern Oral History
    Program, 103
Fries, Francis Henry: mill complex founded by, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
Frolic (ship): painting of, pictured, 59
From Horses to Horsepower (exhibit): displayed in lobby of North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Furlough, Keith: hired in Division of State Historic Sites and Properties, 27
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Gabriel, Andrea V.: hired in Archives and Records Section, 66
Gaisbauer, Jennifer: accepts AASLH award of merit, 3; pictured, 4
Gallants Channel: ground broken for Olde Beaufort Seaport at, 7-8; new docks constructed at, 95
Ganatra, Keeshan: wins award at National History Day competition, 81-82
Gather at the River: Notes from the Post-Millennial South (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State
   Award for Nonfiction, 112
Geiger, Maynard: translations of Spanish documents by, challenged, 138-139



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General Assembly: convenes in Bath for opening ceremony of tercentenary commemoration, 51;
    establishes 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission (2000), 42; passes legislation for develop-
    ment of state historic sites program (1955), 16; provides partial funding for acquisition of Gallants
    Channel property by Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum, 7; receives final report
    of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 73; underwrites production of orientation video at
    Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 52
George, Pamela: book coauthored by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Geranios, John C.: resigns from Archives and Records Section, 135
Gertrude Carraway Garden: displays chrysanthemums during MUMfest, 23
Ghosts on the Battleship North Carolina (book): author of, signs copies of, 23
Gillespie, Michele K.: appointed to highway historical marker advisory committee, 81; co-edits
    Thomas Dixon Jr. and the Birth of Modern America, 102
Gilmer, Jeremy Francis: copies of map by, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13
Gingher, Marianne: attends North Carolina Book Awards presentation, 5; pictured, 5
Glavin, David: accounts of, concerning Roanoke voyages, reinterpreted, 138, 142
Gleason, Allison: hired at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 135
Glover, Jack: hired in Archives and Records Section, 97
God’s Potters: Pastoral Leadership and the Shaping of Congregations (book): nominated for Ragan Old
    North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Going Home to Zion (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Golden, Harry: grants in honor of, awarded by University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 136
Golden LEAF Foundation: awards grant to Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 55
Goldsboro Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen: members of, speak at North Carolina Transportation
    Museum, 28, 44
Good Day in Hell (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Goodwin, Nancy: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Government Records Branch (Archives and Records Section): staff news from, 27, 97, 135
Gradin, Harlan Joel: book co-edited by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
    Nonfiction, 113
Gragg, Rod: book by, serves as basis for documentary on Fort Fisher, 22
Graham, Chris: produces podcast of tobacco harvest festival and mock auction at Duke Homestead
    State Historic Site, 124; transfers to Museum and Visitor Services Section, 97
Graham, Mia D.: gives lecture at Historic Stagville State Historic Site, 30, 45
Grant, Gary: presents program about Tillery Resettlement Area, 15
Grant, John: to present storytelling program at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Granville County Historical Society Museum: hosts traveling exhibit of photographs of Vietnam
    War, 67-68
Gray, Andre Leon: displays crafts at African American Cultural Celebration, 45
Gray, Thomas A.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce: cosponsors presentation concerning reconstruction of
    Fort Dobbs, 8
Greathouse, James B.: resigns from Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 66
Green, Jaki Shelton: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Greene, Nannie: book compiled by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Greensboro College: news from history department of, 136
Greggs, Finney: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 29
Gregory, Charlie: pictured, 83
Gregory, Mamie: pictured, 83
Grievances (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Griffey, Anthony Dean: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Griffin, James Bennett: quoted, 121
Grisham, J. W.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Grover, Edwin: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
Gurney, David: presents program about paranormal activity aboard USS North Carolina, 23

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Hager-Smith: selected to design renovation of buildings at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State
   Historic Site, 89
Hale, Jim: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 134
Hales, Cheyney: edits condensed version of Alamance, 52
Halifax Community College: as site of sessions of preservation workshop, 15
Halifax County Tourism Development Authority: cosponsors workshop concerning preservation of
   Rosenwald schools, 14
Haliwa-Saponi: member of, constructs longhouse during American Indian Heritage Celebration, 25;
   photographs by member of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Hall, Harry H.: book by, published by Historical Publications Section, 48-49
Hall, Lisa Coston: hired at North Carolina Museum of History, 27
Hall, Randal: book co-edited by, published, 102
Hallowed Ground: features preservation efforts at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site, 22
Hamilton, Tod: contributes research to 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 41; helps prepare
   final report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 74
Hamilton C. Jones III House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 71; pictured, 71
Hard Time Days and the Spirit to Prevail (drama): readings from, presented at North Carolina Museum
   of History, 28, 44, 45
Hardison, Keith: appointed director of Division of State Historic Sites and Properties, 66, 80-81;
   participates in Norfolk Southern Heritage Day Celebration, 122; pictured, 81, 82
Harlequin (ship): crew members of, participate in Revolutionary War reenactment at CSS
   Neuse/Governor Caswell Memorial State Historic Site, 125
Harnett Central Middle School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Harold H. Bate Foundation: awards grants to Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 55
Harper, Margaret: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Harper House-Bentonville Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy: to co-host Confederate
   Memorial Day service at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site, 63
Harrington, Sion H., III: presides over meeting of North Carolina Military Historical Society, 103;
   speaks at medal presentation ceremony, 116
Harris, Luster M.: retires from Duke Homestead State Historic Site, 20, 27
Harris, Trudier: “New Leaves” article by, 104-105
Harry Golden Visiting Scholars Awards: granted by University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 136
Hart, John: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Hart, Ricky: researches slave ancestors at Stagville, 52
Hartley, Michael O.: to serve as instructor of summer archaeology field school at Old Salem, 69
Harvey, Marshall: presents case study at preservation workshop, 15
Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center: mentioned, 41
Hatley, Tom: to lecture at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 61
Haunted North Carolina: presents program about paranormal activity aboard USS North Carolina, 23
Haven Creek Baptist Church: soloists from, perform at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History
   Center, 83
Hawes, Louise: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Hayden, Joseph L. (Jay): resigns, 66; works on improvements to auditorium at Alamance Battle-
   ground State Historic Site, 52
Haynes, Evelyn Grace: as founder of Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony,
   31, 33
Hays, Tommy: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Haywood, Vernon: flight jacket of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Hayworth, Joseph H., Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Hee, Paul: exhibit of paintings by, to open at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 59
Heiser, Jerry: receives Alderson Lifetime Achievement Award from North Carolina Museums
   Council, 66
Hellyer, Robert I.: articles by, published, 102; presents paper, 102

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Henderson County Sheriff’s Department: helps Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’
    Colony operate branch libraries, 32
Hendersonville (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce: affiliates with Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and
    Artists’ Colony, 32
Hendersonville Women’s Club: supports national art show at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop
    Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
Herbert L. Poole Award: applicants sought for, 66
Herd, Audrey. See Audrey Herd Award
Heritage Fellowship Award: presented to David Honeyboy Edwards (2003), 53
Heritage Leathers: participate in living history program at CSS Neuse/Governor Caswell Memorial
    State Historic Site, 22
Hewitt, Kimberly A.: hired in Western Office of Archives and History, 135
Hicks, Bill: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 63, 77; pictured, 77
Hicks, Bobby: performs at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 123
Hicks, Libby: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 63, 77; pictured, 77
High Point University: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Highway historical markers: approved, 84; dedicated, 9, 75, 104-105; website about, launched, 122
Hill, Cecelia Anne: paintings by, to be exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 101
Hill, D. H. See D. H. Hill Award
Hill, George Watts: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Hill, James M., Sr.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Hill, Joanne: presents AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 2
Hill, Michael: directs production of draft report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission,
    39-40; helps prepare final report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 74; writes essays
    for proposed highway historical markers, 122
Hill, Scott: pictured, 17
Hill, Steve: wins Sondley Award from Human Resources Commission of Asheville and Buncombe
    County, 97
Hillbilly Poe-Tree (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Hird, Barbara: appears in Bloody Mary & The Virgin Queen, 91
Historic Bath Book Club: cosponsors lectures at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 28, 62, 101
Historic Bath State Historic Site: archaeological exploration of, 111-112; calendar of upcoming
    events at, 28-30, 62-63, 101, 132, 134; develops online virtual tour of historic buildings, 19;
    hosts Black History Month program, 44; hosts closing ceremony of tercentenary celebration, 51;
    hosts gourd workshop, 19; hosts military reenactments and encampments, 18-19; hosts musical
    performance, 123; introduces Bath Fest, 89
Historic Edenton State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 134; commemorates signings
    of Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution, 123; features Harriet Jacobs on tours
    during Women’s History Month, 45; staff news from, 27
Historic Halifax State Historic Site: archaeological exploration of, 111; calendar of upcoming events
    at, 61, 134; hosts ceremony for Daughters of the American Revolution and meeting of Sons of
    the American Revolution, 19; hosts Tar Heel Bus Tour, 88; staff news from, 135; trees at, added
    to national register, 88-89
Historic Oak View County Park: exhibit at, to be discussed at North Carolina Museum of History, 61
Historic Sites, Division of. See Division of Historic Sites
Historic Stagville State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 30, 63, 134; compiles family tree
    of slaves, 51-52; hosts harvest festival, 20; offers special activities during Black History Month, 44;
    presents Women’s History Month lecture and fashion show, 45; staff news from, 27, 97
Historic Wilmington Foundation: cosponsors lecture series, 69
Historical Book Club of Greensboro: sponsors Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 5
Historical Book Club of North Carolina: cosponsors North Carolina Book Awards, 112
Historical Preservation Group: cosponsors Civil War living history weekend, 68


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Historical Publications Section: assisted by public history interns, 50; conducts annual inventory,
   121; offers back issues of North Carolina Historical Review at reduced rates, 86; outreach and
   book-selling activities of, 14, 50, 86, 121; publishes African Americans in Early North Carolina:
   A Documentary History, 12-13; publishes index to 2005 Carolina Comments, 50; publishes Phantom
   Pain, 9; publishes reprint of Formative Cultures of the Carolina Piedmont, 120-121; publishes reprint
   of The Civil War in Coastal North Carolina, 85-86; publishes revised edition of A Johnny Reb Band
   from Salem: The Pride of Tarheelia, 48-49; publishes 2006 catalog, 49-50; sells copies of CD of
   North Carolina musicians, 121-122; sells maps and posters from State Archives, 13-14
Historical Resources, Division of. See Division of Historical Resources
Historical Society of North Carolina: sponsors R. D. W. Connor Award and Hugh T. Lefler
   Award, 2
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History Channel, The: sponsors Save Our History program, 78
Hoal, Alan: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Hobson, Fred: books by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Hoffman, Judy: participates in Halloween program at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Hoggard, Lara G., Dr. and Mrs.: listed as life members of NCLHA, 6
Hogue, James K.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Hoke, Robert F.: attack of, at Battle of Wyse Fork, reenacted, 68
Holcomb, Jennifer: resigns from Office of State Archaeology, 97
Holder, Janis: to speak at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 115
Holloway, Mary: honored by interpreter program at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 126
Holt, David: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Hood, Mike: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53
Hope of Liberty, The (book): published by George Moses Horton (1829), 104
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm: calendar of upcoming events at, 30, 63, 100, 132, 134; hosts
   Cornshucking Frolic, 24; hosts summer programs, 128; school group visitation increases at, 92
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm Committee: raises funds with raffle, 128
Horton, George Moses: highway historical marker for, dedicated, 75, 104-105
Horton, John: quoted, 35
Horton, Marion E.: pictured, 105
Hostetter, Joyce Moyer: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 62, 99, 134; funds
   appropriated for purchase of, 16; handicapped access provided at, 20-21; hosts militia muster, 90;
   hosts reenactment of skirmish, 123-124; staff news from, 135
Howard, J. Myrick: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Howard, Nathan Dale: presents paper, 102
Hrusovsky, Paul: creates art mannequin for Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History,
   26-27
Huckleberry Mountain: as site of artists’ colony, 31-35
Huckleberry Mountain Road: to be widened and paved, 34-35
Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony: “New Leaves” article about, 31-35
Hudgins, Robert S., and Mrs.: listed as life members of NCLHA, 6
Hudson, Alice: to speak at map conference, 118
Hugh T. Lefler Award: mentioned, 65; presented, 2
Hughes, Tim: wins award at National History Day competition, 81-82
Human Resources Commission of Asheville and Buncombe County: presents Sondley Award to
   Steve Hill, 97
Humber, John L.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Humphries, Jessica: hired at North Carolina Museum of History, 135
Hursh, David: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Hurst, Hawk: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Husband, Herman: orientation video relates Regulator movement from perspective of, 52
Hushpuppies, The: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 133


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Hutaf, August William: poster designed by, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13-14
Hutchison, Barbara Bailey: to perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 99
Hyder, Franklin: performs at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 128
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I Am the Quigglebush Bear (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
I Have Been Blessed!: Hard Work and Happiness (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award
     for Nonfiction, 113
If You Want Me to Stay (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Ijames, Earl: gives lecture at meeting of North Carolina Military Historical Society, 103
Illusions (student publication): wins award, 2
Information Technology Branch (Archives and Records Section): creates online exhibit about North
     Carolina music, 119; creates online exhibit about World War I records, 12; makes OBHC
     database available online, 120; staff news from, 27
Ingeli: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
Ingle, Pamela: hired in Archives and Records Section, 97
Institute for African American Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: assists with
     research for 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 41
Institute of Cultural Affairs: works with Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site to
     create comprehensive site plan, 89
Institute of Museum and Library Sciences: awards technology grant to North Carolina Museum of
     History, 25; presents National Award for Museum and Library Science to Levine Museum of the
     New South, 69
International Conference on the History of Records and Archives: solicits papers, 66-67
Internet Archive: contracts with Department of Cultural Resources, 84; discussed at meeting in
     Washington, D.C., 110; provides service to capture information from websites, 10-11, 120
Iredell, James: home of, transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
Iredell County Boy Scouts, Gem Stone District: donate funds to Fort Dobbs Alliance, 57
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Jacks, Aaron: performs at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76; pictured, 76
Jackson, Ben: works on temporary basis for Office of State Archaeology, 135
Jackson, Daniel: house built by, to be restored by Russell Steele, 58
Jackson, Elizabeth: house built by, to be restored by Russell Steele, 58
Jackson, Jerry: curates exhibit at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Jackson, Rob: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Jacobs, Harriet: as focus of tours in Edenton during Women’s History Month, 45
Jake’s 100th Day of School (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
James, Elizabeth: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
James Iredell House: transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
James K. Polk Memorial State Historic Site: celebrates birthday of James K. Polk, 24; name of,
    changed to President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 92. See also President James K. Polk State
    Historic Site
Janiero, Emily: wins award at National History Day competition, 81-82
Janssen, Jerome: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Jarman, Nick: helps process artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Jaroszynski, Suzanne: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 134
Jarrell, Randall: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Jazz Hawks: perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
Jean-Pierre Auguste Dalmas House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 71; pictured, 71
Jeffers, Jennifer: photographs by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Jeffrey, Thomas E.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Jesse W. Penny House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 70; pictured, 70
Joffre Lanning Coe Award: to be presented by Coe Foundation for Archaeological Research, 111

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Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series: inaugurated, 109-111
John C. Campbell Folk School: carvings from, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 27
Johnny Longlegs: A Tale of Big Birds (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Johnny Reb Band from Salem, A: The Pride of Tarheelia (book): revised edition of, published by
    Historical Publications Section, 48-49
Johnson, Carolyn: wins award at National History Day competition, 81
Johnson, Lloyd: presents paper, 102; serves as acting chair of history department at Campbell
    University, 102
Johnson, Rebecca: advises landowners on procedures for National Register nomination, 34-35
Johnson, Robert Glenn (Junior): loans racecar to North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 59-60;
    pictured, 60; as subject of streamed video produced by Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, 96
Jones, Bryan: helps Alamance Battleground Friends attain tax-exempt status, 89
Jones, Calvin. See Calvin Jones House
Jones, Clyde: creates art mannequin for Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Jones, Diane: retires from Western Office of Archives and History, 135
Jones, Edward: hired at Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site, 97
Jones, Elizabeth McDavid: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Jones, H. G.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Jones, Hamilton C., III: home of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 71
Jones, James Earl: narrates video exploring fusion of African and Native American cultures, 44
Jones, Randy: gives lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Jones, Ron I.: coordinates storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Jones, Wilbur: wins an Albert Ray Newsome Award, 4
Jonesboro School: featured in tour during preservation workshop, 15
Jordan, Weymouth T. (Hank): pictured, 117; receives D. H. Hill Award from North Carolina Civil
    War Round Table, 117
Journal of Negro History: founded by Carter G. Woodson, 43
Joyner, Vivian: pictured, 117
Joyner, Whit: pictured, 117
Julian, Alexander: appears at Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26; pictured, 26
Julius Rosenwald Fund: provides money for construction of schools for African Americans, 14;
    Warren County school built with funds from, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
Just Listen (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 114
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Kane, Richard: speaks at meeting at Library of Congress, 119
Kannapolis Middle School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Keagle, Matthew: hired at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 97
Keats and Elizabeth Sparrow Keynote Address: to be delivered by Laurence G. Avery, 115;
    delivered by Paul D. Escott, 4, 102
Keith, Alice: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
Kellenberger Garden: displays fall flowers during MUMfest, 23
Kelly, Alexander: home of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 70
Kelly, Donna: outreach and book-selling activities of, 14, 50, 86, 121: serves as judge for North
    Carolina History Day, 86; speaks to Friends of Fort Macon, 50; speaks to Old Dobbs Genealogi-
    cal Society, 86; speaks to Wilmington Rotary Club, 121
Kelly, John Bethune: house built for, added to National Register of Historic Places, 70
Kennedy, Edward: promises to add history to core curriculum of No Child Left Behind Act, 39
Ketcham, Laura: helps create traveling exhibit for Durham historic sites, 89
Khale, Brewster: develops Internet Archive service, 10
Kil, Major: leads Korean Army officers at medal presentation ceremony, 116; pictured, 116
Kimball Hall: architectural firm selected to renovate, 89
King, Doris: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
King, Martin Luther, Jr.: highway historical marker for, approved, 81

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King of Lies, The (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Kinston, Battle of. See Battle of Kinston
Kinston Convention and Visitors Bureau: cosponsors Civil War living history weekend, 68
Kneidel, Sally: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Kneidel, Sara Kate: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
   Nonfiction, 113
Knight, C. Rudolph: gives lecture at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 101, 127
Knight, Dean: discusses preservation of old photographs at workshop at Tryon Palace Historic
   Sites & Gardens, 56
Knight, Gary: photographs artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Knight, Karen: teaches Indian game to Cub Scouts and designs unique Christmas tree at Town
   Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site, 20
Kohn, Richard H.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Koonce, Calvin Battle: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Koonce, Marvin B., Jr.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Koonts, Sarah: attends session on emergency response planning, 84
Kunstling, Frances: outreach and book-selling activities of, 86
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Lader, Bruce: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Lamb, Brian: speaks at meeting in Washington, D.C., 110
Lamb, Sallie: picture of, pasted in book loaned to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 92
Lamb, Sarah Anne Chaffee (Daisy): picture of, pasted in book loaned to Fort Fisher State Historic
    Site, 92
Lamb, William: book once owned by, loaned to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91-92
Lambert, Phyllis Haywood: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Laminack, Lester L.: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Land of the Sky Books: reprints The Carolina Mountains, 130
Lanier, Michelle: conducts oral interviews of African American railroad workers, 123; hired in
    Division of State Historic Sites and Properties, 97
Lankford, Dick: attends session on emergency response planning, 84; pictured, 82
Latell, Brian: to deliver keynote address at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 96-97
Latham, Bea: to lecture at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 101
Latham, David: helps create traveling exhibit for Durham historic sites, 89; helps plan improvements
    to auditorium and audiovisual equipment at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 52;
    promoted, 97
Latham, Maude Moore. See Maude Moore Latham Garden
Lauterer, Jack: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 101
Lautermilch, Steve: exhibit of paintings by, to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65
Lautzenheiser, Loretta: gives lecture in series sponsored by Office of State Archaeology, 87; pictured, 87
Lawrence, Richard: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 62; to lecture at North Carolina
    Maritime History Council conference, 111; to lecture in series sponsored by Office of State
    Archaeology, 87
Lawson, J. Ranaldo: gives lecture at Bennett Place State Historic Site, 44
Lawson, John: honored by historical marker at Bath, 51
Lee, Howard: donates historic lottery tickets to North Carolina State Archives and Museum of
    History, 82; pictured, 82
Lee, Lawrence: conducts archaeological exploration at Brunswick Town, 112
Lefler, Hugh T.: award in honor of, presented, 2
Leinbach, Julius A.: diary and reminiscences of, provide material for book, 48-49
Lenoir Community College: as site of Civil War symposium, 68
Lenoir County: leases part of battlefield to Historical Preservation Group, 68
Lenoir County Battlefields Commission: cosponsors Civil War living history weekend, 68
Lenoir County Historical Association: sponsors Civil War symposium, 68

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Leotta, Joan: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
LeRoy Martin Middle School: wins student publication award, 2
Leuchtenburg, William E.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Levine Museum of the New South: wins AASLH award of merit, 3; wins National Award for
    Museum and Library Science, 68-69
Lewallen, M. Shawn: provides cinematography for documentary on Fort Fisher, 22
Lewis, Rebecca: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 28
Liberia School: added to National Register of Historic Places, 107; pictured, 107
Life at Sea: A Sailor’s View (exhibit): displayed at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 28, 57-58
Life Magazine: mentions Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 31
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Ligon Gifted and Talented Magnet Middle School: receives Save Our History grant, 78
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Ligon Silver Strings: perform at Save Our History awards program, 78
Liles, Joe: posters designed by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Lincoln, Abraham: copy of resolution proposing Thirteenth Amendment signed by, displayed at
    North Carolina Museum of History, 42
Lincoln County Historical Association: member of, wins an Albert Ray Newsome Award, 4
Lindbergh, Reeve: pictured, 88; visits exhibit at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 88
Lischer, Richard: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Listerman, Edwin A.: to receive award from Coe Foundation for Archaeological Research, 111
Llewellyn, Grant: directs North Carolina Symphony at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
Locklear, Mary Sue: gives lecture at convention of Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, 96
Logan, Sally: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Long, William Ivey: appears at Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26;
    pictured, 26
Look Homeward, Angel (book): readings from, to be included in tours, 101
Lorenzo, Javier: “New Leaves” article by, 137-143
Lost to the World (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Lower Cape Fear Historical Society: cosponsors lecture series, 69
Lynch, Senora: gives pottery demonstration at convention of Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, 96
Lynch, Sheri: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Lyons, Kelly Starling: participates in panel discussion at North Carolina Museum of History, 28, 45
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McBarnette, Olvin: speaks at ceremony to honor Charlotte Hawkins Brown, 89
McBryar, William: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
McCallum, Gregory: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 132
McCanless, Walter Franklin: house built by, added to National Register of Historic Places, 106
McCargo, Jamie: hired at Museum of the Albemarle, 98
McConnell, Kent A.: contributes essay to book, 102
McCorkle, Jill: wins R. Hunt Parker Memorial Award, 5
McCullough, David: contends No Child Left Behind Act detrimental to teaching of history, 39
McDonald, Thomasi: tells stories at African American Cultural Celebration, 45
McDougle Middle School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
MacDowell Colony: as model artists’ colony, 31
McEachern, Walter, Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
McFee, Michael: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114; presents
  Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 5
McGee-Lankford, Becky: attends session on emergency response planning, 84
McGuire, John Thomas: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
McKean, Brenda: gives lecture at Bennett Place State Historic Site, 45
McKinney, Gordon: delivers paper at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 4
McKinney, Heyward: promoted at North Carolina Museum of History, 135
McKitrick, R. Dean, Mrs.: book donated to Fort Fisher State Historic Site in memory of, 91
McLean, Wanda: to give lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 132

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McMasters, Cary: speaks at Veterans’ Day event, 17
McMillon, Billy: to perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
McMurrin, Noah: performs at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 83
McNair, Bruce: article by, published, 102
McPherson, Bonnie: works on temporary basis for Office of State Archaeology, 135
McPherson, James R.: pictured, 115; retires from Division of State Historic Sites and Properties,
   115-116
Maden, Mary: children’s books by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Madison, James: paraphrased, 40
Madison Clouds of Heaven: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 65, 77
Magellan Charter School: reaches state finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 83
Maginnes, Al: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Makuck, Peter: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Malone, Barry F.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Man Who, The (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Mannequin Ball: held at North Carolina Museum of History, 26-27
Manuscript and Archives Reference System (MARS): descriptions of Secretary of State land grants
   and Outer Banks History Center collection added to, 47
Marion Stedman Covington Foundation: awards grant to Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 55
Marsalis, Branford: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Marshall, John: attends presentation concerning reconstruction of Fort Dobbs, 8
Marshall, Patricia P.: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 28
Martin, Barbara: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76, 134
Martin, James: takes research sabbatical from Campbell University, 102
Martin, Kathryn: hired in Archives and Records Section, 97
Martin, Kristin: serves as project manager for State Library in collaborative project to capture
   websites, 11
Martin, Margaret: performs at meeting of Friends of the Archives, 77-78
Martin, Wayne: performs and gives presentation at meeting of Friends of the Archives, 77-78;
   pictured, 78
Mary Potter Academy: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Mashburn, Joel: attends presentation concerning reconstruction of Fort Dobbs, 8
Mason, Connie: resigns from North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 66
Mason, Karen: creates art mannequin for Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
Massachusetts Historical Society: to host 2007 International Conference on the History of Records
   and Archives, 66
Mathews, Donald: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Mathieu, A. M.: quoted, 31
Matthews, Marty D.: hired in Museum and Visitor Services Section, 97
Matthews, Robert V.: appeals court ruling concerning possession of Bill of Rights, 110
Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State
   Award for Nonfiction, 113
Maude Moore Latham Garden: displays chrysanthemums during MUMfest, 23
Maupin, Armistead J.: obituary of, 10
Mayo Mills: former facility of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
Meinung, Alexander C.: camp sketches by, featured in revised edition of book, 49
Meka II (ship): engages in mock battle with Elizabeth II, 90
Mel Fisher Maritime Museum: traveling exhibit from, to open at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 101
Melville, Herman: extracts from narrative of, featured in exhibit at North Carolina Maritime
   Museum, Beaufort, 58
Menéndez Marqués, Juan: accounts of, concerning Roanoke voyages, reinterpreted, 137-139
Mercogliano, Salvatore: teaches at West Point, 102
Meredith College: news from history department of, 67

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Merritt, Tift: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Metlife Foundation: cosponsors program at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 88
Metro Magazine: presents Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 27; publisher of,
    presents third Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Mewborn, Suzanne: directs Tar Heel Junior Historian program, 2
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Meyer, Staci: accepts check on behalf of Office of Archives and History at Save Our History
    awards program, 78
Mickey, Samuel T.: diary of, provides material for revised edition of book, 49
Migliano, Susanna: assists in photographing of artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Military Necessity: Civil-Military Relations in the Confederacy (book): nominated for Ragan Old North
    State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Miller, Ben: exhibit of paintings by, to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65
Miller, Calvin Craig: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Miller, Kevin: serves as master of ceremonies at Veterans’ Day event, 17
Mills, Norma: speaks at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 84
Mills, Terence L. See Terence L. Mills Memorial Preservation Fund for North and South Carolina
Mina, Jannette: scans images of artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Minges, Jeff: pictured, 8; speaks at groundbreaking ceremony for Olde Beaufort Seaport, 8
Mintz, John: coordinates lecture series for Office of State Archaeology, 87; coordinates public dig at
    Fort Dobbs, 92; pictured, 87; promoted, 97
Mires, Calvin: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Missie Dickens and Cecelia Anne Hill Watercolor and Mixed Media Show (exhibit): to open at Roanoke
    Island Festival Park, 101
Mixon, Gregory: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Mobley, Joe A.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113;
    delivers paper at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 3; mentioned, 65; pictured, 3;
    presents R. D. W. Connor Award and Hugh T. Lefler Award, 2; receives North Caroliniana
    Book Award, 103
Monaco, Tina: jewelry made by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Monitors Attack (exhibit): to open at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 126
Montague, Glenda Overton: performs at meeting of Friends of the Archives, 77-78
Montford Point Camp: to be subject of lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 29
Montford Point Marine Museum: director of, to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 29
Montgomery County Public Library: displays unique Christmas trees, 20
Montrose: Life in a Garden (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Moore, David D.: gives lectures at Bath, 51
Moore, David G.: to speak at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 115
Moore, Elizabeth Vann. See Elizabeth Vann Moore Series for Preservation Studies
Moore, Mark: to receive training for applying data to interactive online maps, 122
Moorman, Wick: participates in Norfolk Southern Heritage Day Celebration, 122
Moran, Barbara Baillet: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Morley, Margaret: exhibit of photographs by, opens at North Carolina Museum of History, 99,
    130-131; to be subject of lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 99
Morris, Charles Edward: appointed director of Wake Forest Birthplace, 67
Morrison, Fred W., Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Morrison, Wes: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 29
Morse, Thomas Evan: commercial building of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
Morse and Wade Building: added to National Register of Historic Places, 107; pictured, 107
Morton, Christopher E.: promoted, 97; resigns, 27; returns to position at Thomas Wolfe Memorial
    State Historic Site, 66
Moss, Bennett: to discuss and sign book at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 29
Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center: calendar of upcoming events at, 62; hosts
    Summerfest program, 93-94; staff news from, 66, 135


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Moving Beyond the Museum Walls (online program): to open at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 25
Moye, Jesse R.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Muhammed, Rhonda: hosts cooking demonstration at North Carolina Museum of History, 45
Mullen, Brendan: mentioned, 65; pictured, 3; wins Hugh T. Lefler Award, 2
Murchison, Bettie: presents case study at preservation workshop, 15
Murray, Hugh H.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Murray, Thomas J.: house of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 106
Museum and Visitor Services Section: news of, 16-17, 50-51; staff news from, 97, 135
Museum of the Albemarle: calendar of upcoming events at, 28-30, 62-63, 100, 132; museum shop
   at, features local crafts, 94-95; to open new facility, 57-58, 62; staff news from, 98, 135
Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex: calendar of upcoming events at, 29, 61, 64-65,
   99-101, 133; staff news from, 66, 135
Museum of the Cherokee Indian: staff members of, to present program at Mountain Gateway
   Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Museums for America Grant: awarded to North Carolina Museum of History, 25
Musto, Chris: stabilizes metal artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Muti’s Necklace: The Oldest Story in the World (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile
   Literature, 115
My Liberal Education (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Myers, Barton A.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Myers, Mark: participates in panel discussion concerning capture of archival websites, 120
Myers, Susan: promoted, 97
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“N.C. In Tune”: adopted as theme of DCR, 76; agencies of Office of Archives and History host
   musical performances to commemorate, 76-78, 89, 93, 123, 126; compact disc produced to
   commemorate, 120-121; online exhibit created to commemorate, 119
N.C. Project Green: DCR contributes landscape management plan to, 80
Naftali, Tim: to lecture at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Najjaj, April: receives grant and presents paper, 136
Nasty Fruit: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Nateman, David: pictured, 8; quoted, 7
National Air and Space Museum: photographs of cockpits from, to be exhibited at North Carolina
   Transportation Museum, 64
National Archives and Records Administration: cosponsors session on emergency response planning, 84
National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators: holds joint meeting in
   Washington, D.C., 110, 120
National Award for Museum and Library Science: presented to Levine Museum of the New South,
   68-69
National Endowment for the Arts: presents Heritage Fellowship Award to David Honeyboy
   Edwards (2003), 53
National Endowment for the Humanities: awards teacher-training grant to North Carolina Museum
   of History, 59; North Carolina affiliate of, sponsors African American lecture series at Tryon
   Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 127; provides funding for national teachers’ workshops, 2;
   statistics of, concerning American ignorance of history, cited, 38
National Historical Publications and Records Commission: cosponsors session on emergency
   response planning, 84; provides funding for archival workshops, 3
National History Day: to be held at North Carolina Museum of History, 62; included in educational
   programs offered by Office of Archives and History, 2; North Carolina students win awards at,
   81-82
National Public Radio: provides coverage of draft report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot
   Commission, 40, 41
National Public Television: airs Confederate Goliath, 22

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National Register of Historic Places: additions to, pictured, 70-71, 106-107; Huckleberry Mountain
   Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony to be nominated for, 34-35
National Tourism Day: free tours of houses in Bath offered in conjunction with, 63
National Trust for Historic Preservation: cosponsors workshop concerning preservation of
   Rosenwald schools, 14; program officer of, speaks at preservation workshop, 15
Nationwide Foundation: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 26
Native Ground, The: Indians and Colonists in the Heart of the Continent (book): nominated for Ragan
   Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 112
Natural Heritage Trust: provides partial funding for acquisition of Gallants Channel property by
   Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum, 7
Natural Language by Artist Steve Lautermilch (exhibit): to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65
Natures (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Naumoff, Lawrence: pictured, 5; wins Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 5
NC ECHO: funds virtual exhibit involving North Carolina Museum of History, State Archives, and
   State Library, 12, 46
Neal, Jocelyn: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 100
Neville, Fay: pictured, 82
New Bern Academy: free tours of, offered, 100
New Bern Academy Museum: hosts reenactment of duel, 127
New Hanover County Public Library: recommended to receive funding for resources concerning
   1898 riot, 75
New Salem Pottery: creations of, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
New York Times: mentions Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 31;
   provides coverage of draft report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 40, 41
Newman, Joyce Joines: book co-edited by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Non-
   fiction, 113; to present quilt workshop at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Newsome, Albert Ray: awards in honor of, presented, 4
Nha, Major: leads effort to present Korean Army medal to Col. Richard M. Ripley, 116
Niña (ship): replica of, visits North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 95
No Child Left Behind Act: as detriment to teaching of history, 39
Noble Hill School: as subject of case study discussed at preservation workshop, 15
Noise Upstairs, The (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Non-textual Materials Unit (Archives and Records Section): receives funding for preservation needs
   assessment, 46
Norfolk Southern Corporation: honored at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 122-123
North Carolina Alphabet, The (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
North Carolina and the Civil War (exhibit): opens online, 25
North Carolina Army National Guard: officers of, to speak at North Carolina Museum of History, 133
North Carolina Arsenal: archaeological excavations of, to be subject of lecture, 101; exhibit
   concerning excavations of, to open, 65; guided tours of, to be offered, 61; history of, as
   ordnance factory, to be discussed, 64
North Carolina Arts Council: provides funding for Colonial Fife and Drum Corps at Tryon Palace
   Historic Sites & Gardens, 55; provides funding for concert at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53;
   sponsors Celebration of North Carolina Craft, 27
North Carolina Association of Educators: inducts Charlotte Hawkins Brown into hall of fame, 89
North Carolina Association of Electric Cooperatives: cosponsors workshop concerning preservation
   of Rosenwald schools, 14
North Carolina Awards: interviews with winners of, featured on DCR podcast program, 42
North Carolina Book Awards: nominees for, announced, 112-115; presented at joint annual
   meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS, 1-2, 4-5
North Carolina Central University: fraternity brothers from, perform at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 44; hosts presentation of findings of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 41
North Carolina Civil War Round Table: presents D. H. Hill Award to Hank Jordan, 117

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North Carolina Collection: to host map conference, 118
North Carolina Commission on Indian Affairs: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at
   North Carolina Museum of History, 26
North Carolina Craft Coalition: sponsors Celebration of North Carolina Craft, 27
North Carolina Division of the American Association of University Women: cosponsors North
   Carolina Book Awards, 112
North Carolina Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy: cosponsors North Carolina
   History Bowl, 83
North Carolina Education Lottery: first tickets issued by, donated to North Carolina State Archives
   and North Carolina Museum of History, 82
North Carolina Friends Historical Society: solicits applicants for Herbert L. Poole Award, 66
North Carolina Genealogical Society: meeting of, addressed by William H. Brown, 14
North Carolina Hall of Fame: member of, dies, 136
North Carolina Hall of History: receives donation of photographs from Margaret Morley (1914), 130
North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee: approves new markers, 81; new
   members of, appointed, 81
North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program: website for, launched, 122
North Carolina Historical Commission: approves concept for Freedom Monument behind Archives
   and History/State Library Building, 74; approves name change for James K. Polk birthplace, 92;
   chairman of, presents Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award, 5
North Carolina Historical Review: article in, wins R. D. W. Connor Award, 2; back issues of, offered
   at reduced rates, 86
North Carolina History Bowl: won by West Craven Middle School, 82-83
North Carolina History Center: to benefit from grants from Golden LEAF Foundation and Cannon
   Foundation, 55
North Carolina Humanities Council: cosponsors lectures at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 62,
   101; provides funding for exhibit and reception at Outer Banks History Center, 84; provides
   funding for Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series, 111; sponsors African American lecture series at
   Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 64, 99, 127, 133; sponsors lecture at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 99
North Carolina Information Highway: provides videoconferencing technology for North Carolina
   Museum of History, 25
North Carolina Language and Life Project: co-produces Freedom’s Voice exhibit at Outer Banks
   History Center, 64, 75, 83-84
North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (NCLHA): cosponsors North Carolina Book
   Awards, 112; holds joint annual meeting, 1, 4, 14; life members of, enumerated, 6; North
   Carolina Book Awards to be presented at annual meeting of, 112; sponsors R. Hunt Parker
   Memorial Award, 5
North Carolina Maritime History Council: to hold annual conference, 111
North Carolina Maritime Museum at Beaufort: calendar of upcoming events at, 28-30, 132; exhibit
   of paintings by Paul Hee to open at, 59; ground broken for Olde Beaufort Seaport at, 6-8; hosts
   Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006 festival, 37, 38, 41, 129-130; hosts visit by replica of Niña, 95; Life at
   Sea: A Sailor’s View exhibit displayed at, 58-59; places tenth among most popular museums and
   historic sites in state, 59; purchases inventory of Blackbeard tee shirts from Historical Publications
   Section, 50; staff news from, 66, 135; visitation at, swells during Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006
   festival, 129
North Carolina Maritime Museum at Roanoke Island: co-hosts Pirate Day, 90
North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport: calendar of upcoming events at, 133; co-hosts
   annual conference of North Carolina Maritime History Council, 111; hosts local history lecture
   series, 130
North Carolina Military Historical Society: meeting of, features speakers from Office of Archives
   and History, 103
North Carolina Museum of History: A Call to Arms exhibit at, augmented, 96; awarded teacher-
   training grant, 59; awarded technology grant, 25; book signing to be held at, 135; café to open

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  at, 97; calendar of upcoming events at, 28-30, 61-65, 99-101, 132-134; collaborates to produce
  online World War I exhibit, 12, 46-47; Collecting for the New Millennium exhibit opens at, 60;
  cosponsors Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series, 109-111; exhibit concerning Indian
  powwows displayed at, 26; exhibit of historic clothing opens at, 131; exhibit of photographs of
  North Carolina mountains opens at, 130-131; exhibit of woodcraft opens at, 27; historic lottery
  ticket donated to, 82; to host lecture on history of Underwater Archaeology Branch, 112; to host
  third Raleigh International Spy Conference, 96-97; hosts African American Cultural Celebration
  and other Black History Month programs, 44-45; hosts American Indian Heritage Celebration,
  25-26; hosts archaeological lecture series, 86-87, 111; hosts ceremony to present military award
  to Col. Richard M. Ripley, 116; hosts convention of Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, 96;
  hosts finals of North Carolina History Bowl, 82-83; hosts joint annual meeting of NCLHA and
  FNCHS, 4, 112; hosts Mannequin Ball, 26-27; hosts musical performances and programs, 77;
  mounts Civil War exhibit online, 25; offers streamed video presentation series, 96; places fifth
  among most popular museums and historic sites in state, 59; places in top ten of destinations for
  school field trips, 25; produces new tree ornament each Christmas, 94; racecar loaned to, 59-60;
  resolution proposing Thirteenth Amendment displayed at, 42-43; staff news from, 27, 66, 97-98,
  135; traveling exhibit about Durham historic sites displayed at, 89; Weapons of World War II
  exhibit opens at, 95-96
North Carolina Museum of History Associates: owns and operates museum shop at Museum of the
  Albemarle, 57, 94; presents Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 27
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences: cosponsors Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series, 109,
  111
North Carolina Museums Council: presents Alderson Lifetime Achievement Award to Jerry Heiser, 66
North Carolina National Guard: helicopters from, participate in Veterans’ Day ceremony, 17; role
  of, in Iraq, to be subject of program at Museum of the Albemarle, 29; soldiers of, contribute
  artifacts to exhibit at North Carolina Museum of History, 96. See also North Carolina Army
  National Guard
North Carolina Preservation Consortium: awards grant to Archives and Records Section for
  preservation needs assessment, 46
North Carolina Rosenwald Schools Community Project: oversees volunteers surveying Rosenwald
  school buildings, 15
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics: posters designed by teacher at, exhibited at
  North Carolina Museum of History, 26
North Carolina School of the Arts: presents summer performance festival at Roanoke Island Festival
  Park, 124-125
North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame: receives racecar on loan from Robert Glenn (Junior) Johnson,
  59-60
North Carolina State Archives: accessions by, 12, 48, 85; collaborates with State Library of North
  Carolina to create archives of government websites, 10-11, 120; collaborates with State Library
  and North Carolina Museum of History to produce online World War I exhibit, 12, 46-47; col-
  lections of, described online, 47; helps write website preservation policy, 84; historic lottery tick-
  ets donated to, 82; involvement of, in Internet Archive project, discussed at conference, 110,
  120; maps and posters from, offered by Historical Publications Section, 13
North Carolina State College: design students from, work on long-range plan for Huckleberry
  Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony (1959), 33
North Carolina State Government Web Site Archive: made available online, 120
North Carolina State Historic Sites: fiftieth anniversary of, commemorated, 16
North Carolina State University: Language and Life Project of, co-produces exhibit at Outer Banks
  History Center, 64, 75, 83-84; provides funding for linguistics project and exhibit, 84; public
  history interns at, assist Historical Publications Section, 50; students from, process artifacts from
  cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
North Carolina Storytellers Festival: held at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
North Carolina Storytellers Guild: cosponsors North Carolina Storytellers Festival, 21; to present
  program at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 132

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North Carolina Symphony: gives free concert at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65, 76; to perform at
   Beaufort during Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006 festival, 39
North Carolina Tourism Day: at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 89; Historical Publications
   Section staff members assist with, 86; traveling exhibit concerning Durham historic sites
   premieres on, 89
North Carolina Transportation Hall of Fame: presents award to North Carolina Transportation
   Museum, 17-18
North Carolina Transportation Museum: calendar of upcoming events at, 28, 63-64; hosts Norfolk
   Southern Heritage Day Celebration, 122-123; presents Black History Month program, 44; pres-
   ents Women’s History Month programs, 45; receives award from North Carolina Transportation
   Hall of Fame, 17-18; receives flight simulator, 123; refurbishment of Power House begins at, 18;
   staff news from, 66, 97; traveling exhibit opens at, 88
North Carolina Troops: A Roster, 1861-1865: retired editor of, receives award, 117
North Carolina’s Shining Hour: Images and Voices from World War II (book): to be discussed at North
   Carolina Museum of History, 64
North Caroliniana Book Award: presented to Joe A. Mobley, 103
North Caroliniana Society: awards Archie K. Davis Fellowships, 118; honors Burke Davis, 136;
   presents book award to Joe A. Mobley, 103
North State Rifles: holds encampment at Vance Birthplace State Historic Site, 129
Northeastern Historic Sites Section: news of, 18-19, 51, 88-89, 123
Northern Vance High School: wins student publication award, 1-2
Norville, Dennis: book by, nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
No-till farming: highway historical marker for, dedicated, 9
Novick, Andrea Lee: retires from Office of State Archaeology, 97
Nutter, Susan K.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
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O’Connell, Monique E.: presents paper, 102
O’Hara, Eliot: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
O’Neil, Patrick W.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Oak Plains School: tours of, offered during farm heritage program, 91
Occaneechi-Saponi: members of, create dugout canoe during American Indian Heritage
    Celebration, 25
Oettinger, Mike: wins an Albert Ray Newsome Award, 4
Off-Season in the Promised Land (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Off the Rim: Basketball and Other Religions in a Carolina Childhood (book): nominated for Ragan Old
    North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Office of Archives and History: agencies of, host musical performances and programs, 76-78;
    agencies of, present programs on historical archaeology, 109-112; commitment of, to preserva-
    tion of African American history, 75; educational programs of, 2-3; leads opposition to proposal
    to drop North Carolina history from eighth-grade curriculum, 39, 40; receives Save Our
            TM
    History grant, 78; staff members of, participate in national meeting, 110; staff members of,
    speak at meeting of North Carolina Military Historical Society, 103
Office of State Archaeology: hosts lecture series, 86-87, 111-112; participates in dig at Fort Dobbs,
    56, 92; receives employees on temporary basis from Department of Transportation, 135; staff
    news from, 97
Office of State Archaeology Research Center: cooperates with Division of State Historic Sites and
    Properties to process artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79; receives employees on
    temporary basis from Department of Transportation, 135
Office of State Construction: administers grant funds under auspices of Americans with Disabilities
    Act, 20-21
Ogburn, Jacqueline K.: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
“Old Kentucky Home”: artifacts from cistern at, catalogued, 78-79
Old Mill Playhouse: affiliates with Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32

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Old North State and ‘Kaiser Bill’, The: North Carolinians in World War I (exhibit): created by Informa-
   tion Technology Branch of Archives and Records Section, 12
Old Salem: as site of summer archaeology field school, 69
Old South Blacksmiths: participate in living history program at CSS Neuse/Governor Caswell
   Memorial State Historic Site, 22
Old Southern Apples (book): author of, to demonstrate tree grafting at Horne Creek Living Historical
   Farm, 30
Olde Beaufort Seaport: to benefit from proceeds of Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006, 8, 40; ground broken
   for, 7-8; tall ships to dock at, 38
Oliver, Billy: directs processing of artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Olson, Heather: gives lecture in series sponsored by Office of State Archaeology, 86-87; pictured, 87
Omar Sails: employees of, fabricate sail for exhibit at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 59
On Earth’s Furrowed Brow (book): author of, to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 133
Oré, Jerónimo de: accounts of, concerning Roanoke voyages, reinterpreted, 138, 140-142
Our Human Hearts: A Medical and Cultural Journey (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State
   Award for Nonfiction, 112
Our State: to feature article about Outer Banks History Center, 47
Our Story (exhibit): to open at Museum of the Albemarle, 57-58
Outer Banks Community Foundation: provides funding for exhibit and reception at Outer Banks
   History Center, 84
Outer Banks History Center (OBHC): collections of, described in MARS, 47; to be featured in
   directory, 47; reference database of, made available online, 120; unveils Freedom’s Voice exhibit,
   64, 75, 83-84
Outer Banks Visitors Bureau: cosponsors concert by North Carolina Symphony at Roanoke Island
   Festival Park, 76
Outlaw Ballplayers: Interviews and Profiles from the Independent Carolina Baseball League (book):
   nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 114
Overton, A. C.: performs at meeting of Friends of the Archives, 77-78; pictured, 78
Overton, Gerry: performs at meeting of Friends of the Archives, 77-78
Owen, Ben, III: artwork of, exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Owen, James: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Owens, Bill A.: hired in Archives and Records Section, 27
Owens, Travis: to demonstrate potter’s wheel at North Carolina Museum of History, 62
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P&B Glassworks: glass reproductions by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
P. S. West Construction: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Pace, Larry: to lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Padilla, Art: to lecture at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Page, Greg: displays crafts at African American Cultural Celebration, 45
Page-Walker Arts and History Center: houses archives collected by Friends of the Page-Walker
    Hotel, 103
Paintings by Ben Miller (exhibit): to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65
Paintings by Shirley Ruff and Donna Colson (exhibit): to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 100
Palmer, Nancy May: as model for poster offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13
Palmer-Marsh House: featured in online virtual tour, 19; free tours of, offered on National Tourism
    Day, 63, 89
Parker, Freddie: gives lecture at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site, 29, 43
Parker, Michael: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Parker, R. Hunt: award in honor of, presented, 5
Patterson, Mike: creates online exhibit concerning North Carolina music, 119
Patton, Jeff: to speak at map conference, 118
Payne, David: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Payne, William: wins award at National History Day competition, 81

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Peace College: students from, process artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Peaches and Cream (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Peeler, Tim: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 114
Pendragon (student publication): wins award, 1-2
Penny, Jesse W.: home of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 70
Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006: to be held in Beaufort, 37-41, 59; proceeds from, to benefit Olde
    Beaufort Seaport development, 8, 40; swells visitation to North Carolina Maritime Museum,
    Beaufort, 129-130
Pepsi, Minges Bottling Group, Inc.: sponsors Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006, 8
Peranteau, Anne: to give workshop at North Carolina Museum of History, 133
Peril at Kings Creek (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Perkins, Glen: gives lecture in Wilmington, 69
Perry, Darlene: hired at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 135
Peters, Ken: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 99
Peters, Michael: serves as volunteer intern in Special Collections Branch (Archives and Records Sec-
    tion), 120
Peterson, Edward: correspondence of, included as appendix in revised edition of book, 49
Phillips, Feather: artwork of, exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Erupts! (book): nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 114
Piedmont Historic Sites Section: news of, 19-21, 51-53, 89-90, 123-124
Piedmont Natural Gas Company: provides funding for exhibit and reception at Outer Banks History
    Center, 84
Piedmont Silver Eagles Charitable Funds, Inc.: provides funding for donation of flight simulator to
    North Carolina Transportation Museum, 123
Pierson, Norman L.: to receive award from Coe Foundation for Archaeological Research, 111
PineCone: cosponsors musical series at North Carolina Museum of History, 30, 61, 63, 65, 77, 133, 134
Pitman, Cary: as subject of presentation at preservation workshop, 15
Plath, Lydia J.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Pleasure Was Mine, The (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Plum Wine (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Pocosin Arts Field School: artwork from, exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Polk, James K.: birthday of, commemorated, 24, 133
Poole, Herbert L. See Herbert L. Poole Award
Poore, Lawrence: hosts ladies’ tea, 18
Poore, Linda: hosts ladies’ tea, 18
Pope, David: obtains donation for Fort Dobbs from Wachovia Corporation, 57
Poteat, Gene: to lecture at Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Potecasi School: featured in tour during preservation workshop, 15
Potter, Stephen R.: to present Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture, 111
Powell, Adam: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Powell, William C.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Powell, William S.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6; to sign copies of new book at North
    Carolina Museum of History, 135
Power, Scott: leads tour of Rosenwald schools during preservation workshop, 15
Power House: refurbishment of, begins, 18
Powwow: The Heartbeat of a People (exhibit): displayed at North Carolina Museum of History, 26
“Practical Advice for Preserving Rosenwald Schools” (workshop): held in Halifax and Northampton
    counties, 3, 14-15
Pratt, Wayne. See Wayne Pratt, Inc.
Preservation and Access Task Force: to benefit from preservation needs assessment of non-textual
    materials in State Archives, 46
President James K. Polk State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 132-134; hosts program
    of early American music, 76; hosts summer camps, 129; name change approved for, 92; prepares
    for repairs to buildings, 129. See also James K. Polk Memorial State Historic Site

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Preyer, Norris W.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Price, Charles Lewis: obituary of, 98
Price, Kenneth: co-produces Confederate Goliath, 22
Price, Marilyn: leads musical program at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76; pictured, 76
Price, William S.: pictured, 115; presents Order of the Longleaf Pine to Jim McPherson, 116; retires
    from Meredith College, 67
Price-Garcia, Pam: performs at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76; pictured, 76
Price Quartet: performs at President James K. Polk State Historic Site, 76; pictured, 76
Priceless Pieces Past and Present Quilt Extravaganza: held at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53-54
Progress Energy: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at North Carolina Museum of
    History, 26
Provancha, Matt: transfers to Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 135
Providence Day School: wins student publication award, 1-2
Providence High School: wins student publication award, 1
PSNC Energy: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 24
Public Broadcasting System: airs documentary featuring State Capitol, 50; StoryCorps project of,
    collects interviews in Durham, 89
Public Instruction, Department of. See Department of Public Instruction
Public Services Branch (Archives and Records Section): staff news from, 97
Purrington, Alfred L., III: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Putnam, Robbie: presents Audrey Herd Award to Charles Redmond, 54
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Queen Anne’s Revenge (ship): repository for artifacts from, built at North Carolina Maritime
   Museum, 7; researched by Lindley Butler, 6
Queen Anne’s Revenge Shipwreck Project: director of, to give lectures about, 87, 111; discussed at
   meeting of Carolina Charter Corporation, 10
Queen Family: to perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Quinn, Charlotte: exhibit of fabric designs by, to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 134
Quinn, David Beers: translations of Spanish documents by, challenged, 137-143
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R. D. W. Connor Award: presented, 2
R. Hunt Parker Memorial Award: presented, 5
Rackley, David: pictured, 82
Rader, Vivian Yeiser Laramore: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and
   Artists’ Colony, 32
Ragan, Robert A.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction: nominees for, announced, 112-114; presented, 5
Ragland, W. Trent, Jr.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Raiford, Louis G.: cosponsors programs at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site,
   29, 44
Raleigh, Sir Walter: award in honor of, presented, 5
Raleigh Civic Symphony Association: presents musical program at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 132
Raleigh International Spy Conference: to be held at North Carolina Museum of History, 96-97
Raleigh News and Observer: features story about family tree of Stagville slaves, 51
Rash, Ron: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Raynor, Bob: exhibits copy of resolution proposing Thirteenth Amendment, 43
Raynor, Ryan: exhibits copy of resolution proposing Thirteenth Amendment, 43
Raynor, Sharon D.: to lecture at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 64
Raynor’s Historical Collectible Auctions: auctions copy of resolution proposing Thirteenth
   Amendment, 43



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RBC Centura: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at North Carolina Museum of
   History, 26
Reagan, Ronald: creates Women’s History Month (1987), 45
Reconstruction: The Second Civil War (documentary): features State Capitol, 50-51
Red Clay Ramblers, The: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural
   Resources, 121
Red Wolf Drum Group: performs at American Indian Heritage Celebration, 26
Reddy, William: appointed chair of history department at Duke University, 102
Reding, Katherine: translations of Spanish documents by, challenged, 138, 142
Redmond, Charles: receives Audrey Herd Award, 54
Redmond, Marion: meets future husband while working as volunteer crewmember of Elizabeth II, 54
Reed, Betty: wins AASLH certificate of commendation, 3
Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 30, 61, 99, 134; holds
   gold-panning competition, 128; new well and fire alarm system installed at, 92; repairs to visitor
   center at, 128
Reeves, Bernie: presents third Raleigh International Spy Conference, 97
Research Branch: launches highway historical marker website, 122; produces reports of 1898
   Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 39-40, 41, 74
Resource Management Branch (Archives and Records Section): staff news from, 66
Restructuring and Development Authority: creation of, recommended by 1898 Wilmington Race
   Riot Commission, 74-75
Reuther, Galen: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction,
   113
Revels, Hiram R.: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Reynolds, John Dillard: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Reynolds, William Neal, II: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Rhoades, J. D.: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Rhythm of the Factory (exhibit): to be discussed at North Carolina Museum of History, 61
Richardson, Arnold: constructs longhouse at American Indian Heritage Celebration, 25
Richardson, David T.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Richardson, Richard: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Rieves, Jeff: resigns, 135
Ripley, Richard M.: pictured, 116; receives Korean Army medal, 116
Rivenbark, Celia: to lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 133
Roanoke-Cashie River Center: hosts lecture sponsored by Museum of the Albemarle, 28
Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry: nominees for, announced, 114; presented, 5
Roanoke-Chowan Group of Writers and Allied Artists: cosponsors North Carolina Book Awards, 112
Roanoke Island, Battle of. See Battle of Roanoke Island
Roanoke Island Festival Park: calendar of upcoming events at, 29, 61-63, 65, 99-101, 132-134;
   co-hosts Pirate Day, 90; commemorates anniversary of Battle of Roanoke Island, 53; displays
   exhibit of works from Pocosin Arts Field School, 21; exhibit of watercolors opens at, 90-91; to
   be featured in directory, 47; hosts Bloody Mary & The Virgin Queen, 91; hosts lecture and book
   signing by Kevin Duffus, 125; hosts musical performances, 53, 76-77; hosts North Carolina
   Storytelling Festival, 21; hosts quilt show, 53-54; hosts summer performance festival of North
   Carolina School of the Arts, 124-125; presents Audrey Herd Award to Charles Redmond, 54
Roanoke Island Freedmen’s Colony Preservation Association: locates items for exhibit at Outer
   Banks History Center, 84; provides funding for exhibit and reception, 84
Roars and Whispers (student publication): wins award, 1
Roberts, Cokie: speaks at meeting in Washington, D.C., 110
Roberts, Jeff: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Roberts, Page: pictured, 124
Robinson, Ken: conducts archaeological excavations at Fort Dobbs, 56, 92; to discuss archaeological
   excavations at North Carolina Arsenal, 101


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Robinson, Lucille Edmonds: cosponsors Black History Month programs at Charlotte Hawkins
   Brown Museum State Historic Site, 44
Robinson, Michael: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
Robisheaux, Thomas: appointed director of undergraduate studies in history department at Duke
   University, 102
Rogers, Sam: compiles list of top ten destinations for school field trips, 25
Rogoff, Leonard: receives Harry Golden Visiting Scholars Award, 136
Rosemond, John: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Rosenwald, Julius: establishes fund for construction of schools for African Americans, 14
Rosenwald Initiative: as subject of presentation at workshop, 15
Rosenwald schools: as subject of workshop sponsored by State Historic Preservation Office, 3, 14-16
Ross, Charlotte T.: performs in storytellers’ festival at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Ruby City Mining Camp: as subject of lecture, 87
Rucker, Rhonda: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 132
Rucker, Sparky: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 132
Rudd, Jeanne Lanier: directs Brown Memorial Singers, 43-44
Ruedrich, Dean: discusses mothballing of buildings for later preservation, 15; leads tour of
   Rosenwald schools during preservation workshop, 15
Ruehl, Ron: creates documentary about Thomas Wolfe’s home, 24
Ruff, Shirley: paintings by, to be exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 100
Rule, Kay: presents Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 5
Rumely, Kate: speaks at preservation workshop, 15
Rumsey, David: to deliver keynote address at map conference, 118
Running the Blockade (book): copy of, loaned to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91-92
Rural electrification: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Rush, John Charles: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Russellborough: ruins of, to be stabilized and preserved, 91
Ryan, Patsy: baskets woven by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
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Sachsenmaier, Dominic: joins faculty of history department at Duke University, 102
Saks Fifth Avenue: models from, perform at Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History,
    26; presents Mannequin Ball, 27
Salisbury Community Foundation: sponsors exhibit at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 123
Salter, Hugh: to be subject of program at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 29
Salter’s Path, A: The Remarkable Life’s Journey of Hugh Salter (book): author of, to discuss and sign
    copies of, at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 29
Samputu, Jean Paul: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76
Sandbeck, Peter: leads tour of Rosenwald schools during preservation workshop, 15; welcomes
    workshop participants, 15
Sanders, Caroleen: to lead pottery class at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Sanger, Morgan: serves as captain of replica of Niña, 95
Sankofa Center: cosponsors workshop concerning preservation of Rosenwald schools, 14; oversees
    volunteers surveying Rosenwald school buildings, 15
Sarsfield, John Patrick: designs replica of Niña, 95
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Save Our History : awards grant to Office of Archives and History and Ligon Gifted and Talented
    Magnet Middle School, 78
Sawtooth Center for Visual Arts: organizes traveling exhibit of photographs from Vietnam War, 67-68
Sawyer, Amy: helps create traveling exhibit for Durham historic sites, 89; helps design exhibit at
    Fort Fisher, 126
Sawyer, Becky: hired at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 135
Schaffner, Heinrich: pottery shop of, to be focus of dig during summer archaeology field school, 69
Scheizer, Jessica: pictured, 82
Schwantes, Jeff: to receive training for applying data to interactive online maps, 122

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Scruggs, Robert G.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Seaman, Rebecca: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 100
Seamon, Tony: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Sears, Roebuck and Company: president of, establishes fund for construction of schools for African
     Americans, 14
Seasoned in the South: Recipes from Crook’s Corner and from Home (book): nominated for Ragan Old
     North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Seeb, Sami: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Seelbinder, Emily: to lecture at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 133
Selby, Tshombe: performs at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 83
Selected Poems (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Seventy-First Classical Middle School: wins student publication award, 2
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base: planes from, participate in Veterans’ Day event, 17
Shapiro, Alan: wins Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 5
Shattuck, Joy: processes artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79; works on temporary
     basis for Office of State Archaeology, 135
Shaw, Calvin W. (Bud): 1927 Model T driven by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Shearin, C. Renee: hired in Office of State Archaeology, 97
Shearin, Margaret: hired at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 135
Shelton, Mike: hired at Vance Birthplace State Historic Site, 97
Sheppard, Catherine Stokes: book compiled by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
     Nonfiction, 113
Sheret, Mary Ames: participates in Halloween program at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Shields, E. Thomson, Jr.: to lecture at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 28
Shinemaster (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Shinn, George: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Shipley, Ben: hired at Museum of the Albemarle, 98
Shipwrecks of the Outer Banks—An Illustrated Guide (book): author of, discusses and signs copies of, 125
Silencing of Emily Mullen and Other Essays, The (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award
     for Nonfiction, 113
Siler, Bernie: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
Silkenat, David: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Sill, Cathryn: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Silver, Timothy H.: appointed to highway historical marker advisory committee, 81
Simmons, Bradley: leads drum group at North Carolina Museum of History, 44
Simmons, Orleen: gives lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 45
Simpson, Druscilla: speaks at meeting at Library of Congress, 119
Simpson, Frank: seeks to preserve site of Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Col-
     ony, 31, 33-35
Simpson, Ida: seeks to preserve site of Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony,
     31, 33-34
Sinbad, Horatio: commands Meka II during mock battle with Elizabeth II, 90; earns right to bring
     Pepsi Americas’ Sail 2006 to Beaufort, 38; pictured, 41
Sincox, Kim: participates in Halloween program at USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, 23
Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction: nominees for, announced, 114; presented, 5
Sir William G. Armstrong and Company: builds enormous cannon, 55
Sistrom, Michael: receives teaching award and early promotion, 136
Sixth North Carolina State Troops: participates in Civil War living history program at Bennett Place
     State Historic Site, 19
Sky, Cathy: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 30
Sky, Patrick: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 30
Smith, Amanda: to lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 63
Smith, Bill: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Smith, Derek: pictured, 82

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Smith, Elizabeth: quoted, 18
Smith, Everard: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Smith, Harvey W. See Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center
Smith, Harvey W., Mrs.: donates land for North Carolina Maritime Museum and watercraft center,
    6
Smith, James W. (Bubba): to lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Smith, Michael Ray: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Smith, P. E.: cosponsors programs at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site, 29, 44
Smith, Ruth: cosponsors programs at Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site, 29, 44
Smith, Xanthus: painting by, to be exhibited at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 126
Smithsonian Community Grant Program: cosponsors program at North Carolina Transportation
    Museum, 88
Smithsonian Institution: traveling exhibit from, opens at North Carolina Transportation Museum,
    64, 88
Snow Creek Old Tyme Band: performs at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 128
Snowden, Barbara: accepts an Albert Ray Newsome Award, 4; pictured, 5
Society of American Archivists: holds joint meeting in Washington, D.C., 110, 120
Society of North Carolina Archivists: to continue sponsorship of archival workshops, 3
Soli Deo Gloria (student publication): wins award, 2
Solo: My Adventures in the Air (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Somerset Place State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 134
Sondley Award: presented to Steve Hill, 97-98
Sons of the American Revolution: commemorates anniversary of Battle of Alamance, 89; holds
    regional meeting at Historic Halifax State Historic Site, 19
South, Stanley A.: to deliver inaugural Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture, 109-111; to deliver keynote
    address at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111; pictured, 111; to receive
    inaugural namesake award, 111; work of, at Brunswick Town, to be discussed, 112
Southeastern Historic Sites Section: news of, 22-23, 54-55, 91-92, 125-126
Southerly, Chris: to give lecture at North Carolina Museum of History, 112
Southern Friend, The (journal): to publish winning paper in Herbert L. Poole Award competition, 66
Southern Heritage Apple Orchard: grafts from trees in, to be provided to workshop participants, 30;
    suffers fire-blight infestation, 92; tours of, offered at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 24,
    100, 128
Southern Oral History Program: receives Cary oral histories from Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel, 103
Southern Sun Drum Group: performs at American Indian Heritage Celebration, 26
Southern Tragedy, in Crimson and Yellow, A (book): author of, wins Sir Walter Raleigh Award for
    Fiction, 5
Sowards, David V.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Spaight, Richard Dobbs: duel involving, reenacted, 127-128
Sparrow, Elizabeth: keynote address in honor of, to be delivered by Laurence G. Avery, 115; key-
    note address in honor of, delivered by Paul D. Escott, 4, 102
Sparrow, W. Keats: elected president of Carolina Charter Corporation, 10; keynote address in honor
    of, to be delivered by Laurence G. Avery, 115; keynote address in honor of, delivered by Paul D.
    Escott, 4, 102; listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Special Collections Branch (Archives and Records Section): benefits from services of student
    volunteer, 120
Spencer, Delores: quoted, 94
Spencer Shops: powerhouse for, to be refurbished, 18; preservation of, honored, 17
Spiers, KaeLi: helps produce exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 84
Spinning Wheel: affiliates with Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony, 32
St. Lewis, Louis: coordinates art-mannequin project for Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum
    of History, 26-27
St. Peters Catholic School: students from, win awards at National History Day competition, 81
St. Philips Episcopal Church: walls of, to be stabilized and preserved, 91

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St. Thomas Episcopal Church: featured in online virtual tour, 19
Stanley, William: to speak at map conference, 118
Stanley A. South Award for Excellence in Historical Archaeology: to be presented to Stanley South, 111
Stanly, John, Jr.: duel involving, reenacted, 127-128
Stark, Lucien: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
Starnes, Richard D.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
State Archaeology, Office of. See Office of State Archaeology
State Board of Education: chairman of, donates historic lottery tickets to North Carolina State
     Archives and North Carolina Museum of History, 82
State Capitol: audio tour of, featured on podcast program, 42; calendar of upcoming events at, 63-
     64, 133-134; featured in documentary on public television, 50-51; hosts Veterans’ Day event,
     16-17; longhouse constructed on grounds of, 25; staff news from, 27
State Construction, Office of. See Office of State Construction
State Historic Preservation Office: assists property owners with applications for National Register,
     35; cosponsors workshop concerning preservation of Rosenwald schools, 3, 14-16; National
     Register nominations of, pictured, 70-71, 106-107; offers workshops for local preservation
     commissions, 3
State Historic Sites and Properties, Division of. See Division of State Historic Sites and Properties
State Historical Records Advisory Board: hosts archival workshops, 3
State History Museums, Division of. See Division of State History Museums
State Library of North Carolina: collaborates to produce online World War I exhibit, 12, 46-47;
     collaborates with State Archives to create archives of government websites, 10-11, 120; helps
     write website preservation policy, 84
State of North Carolina: seeks declaratory judgment affirming ownership of Bill of Rights, 110
State Parks, Division of. See Division of State Parks
State v. B. C. West Jr.: cited as precedent in Bill of Rights case, 110
Statesville Civic Center: as site of presentation about reconstruction of Fort Dobbs, 8
Statesville Convention and Visitors Bureau: cosponsors presentation concerning reconstruction of
     Fort Dobbs, 8
Statesville Record & Landmark: cosponsors wagon festival and trade fair at Fort Dobbs State Historic
     Site, 24
Staying Up Much Too Late: Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks and the Dark Side of the American Psyche
     (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Steele, Russell: restoration projects of, to be exhibited at Museum of the Albemarle, 57-58
Steele, Tom: to assist with drafting of bylaws and articles of incorporation of Alamance Battleground
     Friends, 89
Stewart, Alton: highway historical marker for, dedicated, 9
Stewart, David: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Stewart, E. J.: tells stories at African American Cultural Celebration, 45
Stick, David: writes foreword for book by Kevin Duffus, 125
Stick, Frank. See Frank Stick Memorial Fund
Stiles, Wanda: hired at Museum of the Albemarle, 135
Stirewalt, Thomas G.: retires, 66; works on improvements to auditorium at Alamance Battleground
     State Historic Site, 52
Stitched from the Soul: The Farmer-James Collection of African American Quilts (exhibit): guided tours of,
     offered during African American Cultural Celebration, 45
Stone, Chuck: participates in panel discussion at North Carolina Museum of History, 28, 45
Stone Soup (student publication): wins award, 1
StoryCorps: interview with Wilson Crabtree added to, 89
Stotesbury, Brittany: pictured, 82
Strickland, Wayne: gives lecture at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Southport, 130
Stroh, Scott: presents Audrey Herd Award to Charles Redmond, 54
Stroup, Rodger: organizes session on replevin at meeting in Washington, D.C., 110


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Stuart, George E.: to present Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture, 111
Student Publication Awards: presented, 1
Styles, Dede: to lecture at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Sumner, Jim: retires from North Carolina Museum of History, 98
Surface Designs and Textiles (exhibit): to open at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 134
Svec, Bill: assists Historical Publications Section as public history intern, 50
Swift, Rodman: extracts from narrative of, featured in exhibit at North Carolina Maritime Museum,
    Beaufort, 58
Switzer, Paul: gives lecture at Civil War symposium in Kinston, 68
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Taff, Brian: hired at Duke Homestead State Historic Site, 135
Tall Ships (exhibit): to open at North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 59
Talley, André Leon: appears at Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26; pictured, 26
Tantalus in Love (book): author of, wins Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 5
Tar Heel Bus Tour: visits Historic Halifax State Historic Site, 88
Tar Heel Junior Historian Association: holds convention at North Carolina Museum of History, 96;
    included in educational programs offered by Office of Archives and History, 2; produces
    streamed video series, 96
Tate, Eleanora: participates in panel discussion at North Carolina Museum of History, 28, 45
Tate, Suzanne: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115; children’s books
    by, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Taylor, Andrew J.: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Taylor, Bo: to give Cherokee language lesson at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Taylor, Donnie: leads Confederate troops in reenactment of Battle of Wyse Fork, 68
Taylor, James: song by, to be featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Taylor, Jerry: hired at North Carolina Museum of History, 27, 66
Taylor, Jim: to lead workshop and perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Taylor, Robert R.: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Taylor, Thomas E.: book by, loaned to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91-92
Teacup Quilters: organizes quilt show at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 53-54
Terence L. Mills Memorial Preservation Fund for North and South Carolina: provides funding for
    workshop concerning preservation of Rosenwald schools, 14
Tesh, Charles: performs at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 128
Theodore Roosevelt–Woodrow Wilson Award: presented to Sen. Robert Byrd, 39
Thibideau, Ken: speaks at meeting at Library of Congress, 119
Thiesen, Gordon: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Third Generation: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 44; pictured, 44
Thirteenth Amendment: original copy of resolution proposing, displayed at North Carolina
    Museum of History, 42-43
Thirtieth Division, U.S. Army: artifacts and records from, featured in online exhibit, 47
Thirtieth Heavy Separate Brigade: soldiers of, contribute artifacts to exhibit at North Carolina
    Museum of History, 96
33rd and 44th Regiments of Foot: participate in Revolutionary War reenactment at CSS
    Neuse/Governor Caswell Memorial State Historic Site, 125
Thomas, David Hurst: to present Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture, 111
Thomas, Matthew: hired at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 66
Thomas Day: African American Furniture Maker (book): featured in 2006 catalog of Historical
    Publications Section, 49
Thomas Day Education Project: designs and conducts teacher training workshops, 59
Thomas J. Murray House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 106; pictured, 106
Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site: calendar of upcoming events at, 63, 101; catalog of
    artifacts from, created, 79; develops children’s programming, 128; featured in documentary, 24;



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    hosts commemoration of fiftieth anniversary of state historic sites program, 16; staff news from,
    27, 66, 97; visitation increases at, 92, 128
Thomas Wolfe’s Old Kentucky Home (documentary): airs on public television, 24
Thompson, Bill: speaks at closing ceremony of Bath tercentenary celebration, 51
Thompson, Harry: to lecture at Museum of the Albemarle, 28
Thompson, John: appointed director of graduate studies in history department at Duke University, 102
Thompson, Rich: teaches Indian game to Cub Scouts at Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic
    Site, 20
Thompson, Robert: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
Thompson, Roy: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Thompson, Timothy: begins excavation of cistern at “Old Kentucky Home” (1975), 79
Thorne, Susan: appointed associate chair of history department at Duke University, 102
Thornton, William: speaks at historical marker dedication ceremony, 9
Thousand Words, A: Photographs by Vietnam Veterans (exhibit): displayed at Granville County Histori-
    cal Society Museum, 67-68
Tillery Community Center: as site of dinner program during preservation workshop, 15
Tillery Farms: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Tillery Resettlement Area: as subject of program at preservation workshop, 15
Tillett, Virginia: helps produce exhibit at Outer Banks History Center and speaks at opening
    ceremony, 84
Tomás, Hildi Santo: appears at Mannequin Ball at North Carolina Museum of History, 26; pictured, 26
Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site: archaeological exploration of, 111; calendar of upcom-
    ing events at, 61-62, 65; hosts astronomy programs, 52-53, 124; hosts firelight tours, 53; presents
    video during Black History Month, 44; staff members of, teach Indian games to Cub Scouts and
    create unique Christmas tree, 20; transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
Transportation, Department of. See Department of Transportation
Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble: performs at North Carolina Museum of History, 77
Trimble, Susan: outreach and book-selling activities of, 14, 86
Trivette, Leniavell: to present hooked-rug demonstration at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heri-
    tage Center, 93
Troxler, Carole Watterson: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118
True Early Adventures in Florida Days and Mountain Country (book): quoted, 33
Tryon Palace Commission: cosponsors decorative arts symposium, 56
Tryon Palace Fife and Drum Corps: funding for creation of, received, 55; performs during programs
    at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 127, 128, 132
Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens: calendar of upcoming events at, 30, 61, 64, 99-101,
    132-134; completes successful fund-raising year, 55; decorates gardens for MUMfest, 23; hosts
    African American lecture series, 127; hosts decorative arts symposium, 2, 55-56; hosts program
    on preservation of photographs, 56; hosts reading of Declaration of Independence, 127; hosts
    reenactment of duel, 127-128; transferred to Department of Archives and History (1955), 16
Tryon Toy-Makers and Wood-Carvers: toy circus made by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum
    of History, 27
Tuskegee Airmen: flight jacket worn by member of, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of
    History, 60; member of, speaks at North Carolina Museum of History, 44; members of
    Goldsboro chapter of, speak at North Carolina Transportation Museum, 28, 44
27th North Carolina, Company D: participates in living history program at Bentonville Battlefield
    State Historic Site, 126
Twenty-sixth North Carolina Regimental Band: revised edition of book about, published by
    Historical Publications Section, 48-49
Tyndall, Edward: co-produces Confederate Goliath, 22
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U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band: to perform at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 65
U.S. Air Force Rhythm in Blue Jazz Ensemble: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 77

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U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina: ruling of, concerning possession of
   Bill of Rights, upheld by higher court, 110
U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals: upholds lower court ruling concerning possession of Bill of
   Rights, 110
U.S. Lighthouse Service: boathouse on Bald Head Creek used by, added to National Register of
   Historic Places, 70
U.S. Military Academy: loans cannon to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 55
U.S. Tank Corps: recruiting poster for, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 14
U.S. Third Infantry Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps: performs during program at Historic Bath
   State Historic Site, 18; pictured, 18
Umfleet, LeRae: makes public presentations of findings regarding Wilmington Race Riot, 41;
   pictured, 41; serves as primary researcher and author of report of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot
   Commission, 39-40, 41, 74
Uncivil War: Five New Orleans Street Battles and the Rise and Fall of Radical Reconstruction (book):
   nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Underhill, Roy: artwork of, exhibited at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 21
Underwater Archaeology Branch: founding of, to be subject of lecture, 87; history of, to be subject
   of lecture, 112
Underwater Archaeology Laboratory: tours of, to be offered during North Carolina Maritime
   History Council conference, 111
United Arts Council: presents musical program at North Carolina Museum of History, 132
United Daughters of the Confederacy: chapters of, participate in month-long commemoration of
   Civil War, 91; Harper House-Bentonville chapter of, to co-host Confederate Memorial Day
   service, 63; Wake County chapter of, sponsors historical marker dedication ceremony, 9
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: economists from, assist in preparation of report of 1898
   Wilmington Race Riot Commission, 74; hosts presentation of findings of 1898 Wilmington
   Race Riot Commission, 41; names dormitory in honor of George Moses Horton, 105; receives
   Cary oral histories, 103; sponsors Tar Heel Bus Tour, 88
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library: to assist in publication of Encyclopedia of North
   Carolina, 135; to host map conference, 118
University of North Carolina at Charlotte: solicits applicants for Harry Golden Visiting Scholars
   Awards, 136
University of North Carolina at Greensboro: cosponsors decorative arts symposium at Tryon Palace
   Historic Sites & Gardens, 30, 56; helps conduct summer archaeology field school at Old Salem, 69
University of North Carolina at Wilmington: as anchor campus for educational outreach component
   of documentary on Fort Fisher, 22; hosts presentation of findings of 1898 Wilmington Race
   Riot Commission, 41; participates in month-long commemoration of Civil War, 91
University of North Carolina Basketball (book): nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
   Nonfiction, 113
University of North Carolina Center for Public Television: airs Confederate Goliath, 22; airs Thomas
   Wolfe’s Old Kentucky Home, 24; co-produces original version of Alamance and assists in creation
   of condensed edition, 52
University of North Carolina Press: to publish Encyclopedia of North Carolina, 135
USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial: hosts half marathon, bicycle race, and Halloween program, 23
Utley, R. G. (Hank): book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
   Nonfiction, 114
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Van Der Veer House: gourds planted in garden of, 19
Vance, Zebulon B.: as subject of papers delivered at joint annual meeting of NCLHA and FNCHS,
   1, 3, 4
Vance Birthplace State Historic Site: adds staff position, 92, 97; calendar of upcoming events at, 134;
   installs alarm system and replaces roofs, 129; transferred to Department of Archives and History
   (1955), 16

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Veggie Revolution: Smart Choices for a Healthy Body and a Healthy Planet (book): nominated for Ragan
    Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Vella, Stephen C.: joins faculty of history department at Wake Forest University, 102
Velvet Revolution, A: Vaclav Havel and the Fall of Communism (book): nominated for AAUW Award
    for Juvenile Literature, 115
Veterans’ Day: commemorated at State Capitol, 16-17
Video Dialog: co-produces original version of Alamance and assists in creation of condensed edition, 52
Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Wall: replica of, constructed on grounds of State Capitol, 17
Vigils for the Dead (book): nominated for Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry, 114
Voices of the Silent Generation: Strong Women Tell Their Stories (book): nominated for Ragan Old
    North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Von Canon, J. Fred, Mrs.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Voting Rights Act of 1965: amendment of, recommended, 75; as legacy of white supremacy
    campaigns, 40
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W. E. B. DuBois School: as subject of case study discussed at preservation workshop, 15
W. G. Enloe High School: band from, performs in Veterans’ Day event, 17; students from, process
   artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79; wins student publication award, 1
Wachovia Corporation: cosponsors American Indian Heritage Celebration at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 26; donates funds to Fort Dobbs Alliance, 57
Waddell’s Rangers: pictured, 56; receive training at School of the Provincial Soldier, 56
Wade, Otis: commercial building of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
Wade, Taylor: pictured, 82
Wake County: map of, offered for sale by Historical Publications Section, 13
Wake County Superior Court: to hear case concerning ownership of Bill of Rights, 110
Wake Forest Birthplace: director of, appointed, 67
Wake Forest University: appoints director of Wake Forest Birthplace, 67; archaeologists from, to
   participate in dig at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 56; news of history department of, 102
Walker, Larry, Jr.: loans rare book to Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 91
Walker, Susan Eileen: book by, nominated for AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 115
Wallace, Rudy: readings from play by, presented at North Carolina Museum of History, 28, 44, 45
Walnut Cove Colored School: as subject of case study discussed at workshop, 15
Walter, Mac: performs at Roanoke Island Festival Park, 76, 134
Walter McCanless House: added to National Register of Historic Places, 106; pictured, 106
Walters, Caroline J.: resigns from Archives and Records Section, 135
“War Governor of the South”: North Carolina’s Zeb Vance in the Confederacy (book): author of, receives
   North Caroliniana Book Award, 103; nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for
   Nonfiction, 113
War of the Regulation, The (video): replaced as orientation video at Alamance Battleground State
   Historic Site, 52
Ward, Bobby: marries at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 55
Ward, Charles: assists in photographing of artifacts from cistern at “Old Kentucky Home,” 79
Ward, Marsha: marries at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, 55
Ware Creek School: as subject of case study discussed at workshop, 15
Warren, Marsha Booth: appears in Bloody Mary & The Virgin Queen, 91
Warriors of AniKituhwa: to perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Washington, Booker T.: informs Julius Rosenwald of deplorable condition of African American
   education in the South, 14
Washington, Donna: to perform at North Carolina Museum of History, 99
Washington Mills—Mayodan Plant: added to National Register of Historic Places, 107; pictured, 107
Wasp (ship): painting of, pictured, 59
Watching TV Off the Back of a Fire Truck: Voices from the Floyd Flood in Eastern North Carolina (book):
   nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113

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Waters, Dan: pottery of, featured in museum shop at Museum of the Albemarle, 94
Waters, Davis: retires, 27
Waters, Gilbert S.: 1903 Buggymobile built by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Watson, Alan D.: book edited by, published by Historical Publications Section, 13
Watson, Doc: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Watson, Elizabeth C.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Watson, Harry L.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6; to speak at joint annual meeting of NCLHA
   and FNCHS, 115
Watson, Merle: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
Watson, Reginald W.: gives lecture at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 99, 127
Watts, Annie Louise: carriage owned by, exhibited at North Carolina Museum of History, 60
Watts, Gordon: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Watts, Sarah L.: retires from history department at Wake Forest University, 102
Waugh, Edward: works with Evelyn Haynes on long-range plan for Huckleberry Mountain
   Workshop Camp and Artists’ Colony (1959), 33
Wayback Machine: as search engine for capture of websites, 11
Wayne Pratt, Inc.: assigns interest in Bill of Rights to State of North Carolina, 110
Weapons of World War II (exhibit): opens at North Carolina Museum of History, 62, 95-96
Weatherford, Carole Boston: book by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfic-
   tion, 114; participates in panel discussion at North Carolina Museum of History, 28, 45; wins
   AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature, 2
Wegner, Ansley H.: pictured, 9; speaks at Historic Bath State Historic Site, 18-19; writes book
   about North Carolina artificial-limbs program, 9
Weinstein, Allen: to report findings of emergency response planning session for archives, 85; speaks
   at meeting in Washington, D.C., 110
Welch Family: to perform at Mountain Gateway Museum and Heritage Center, 93
Welter, Lu Ann: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
West, John Foster: book by, nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
West, P. S. See P. S. West Construction
West Craven Middle School: wins North Carolina History Bowl, 82-83
Western Historic Sites Section: news of, 23, 56-57, 92, 128-129
Western Office of Archives and History: preservation specialists in, advise landowners on National
   Register nomination, 34-35; staff news from, 135
WGBH-TV: production company of, shoots sequences at State Capitol, 50
Whalen, Katharine: song by, featured on CD produced by Department of Cultural Resources, 121
What We Wore in North Carolina (exhibit): guided tour of, scheduled, 132; opens at North Carolina
   Museum of History, 100, 131
Whichard, Willis P.: awarded Archie K. Davis Fellowship, 118; chairs Committee for the Teaching
   of History, 40
Whitaker, Bruce E.: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
White, Stan: speaks at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 84
White House Looks South, The: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson (book):
   nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction, 113
Wicker School: rehabilitation of, discussed at preservation workshop, 15
Wides, Catherine: sets state record in half marathon, 23
Wildcats Never Quit: North Carolina in World War One (online exhibit): debuts, 46-47
Wilde-Ramsing, Mark: to give lecture at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference,
   111; to give lecture in series sponsored by Office of State Archaeology, 87; speaks at annual
   meeting of Carolina Charter Corporation, 10
Wilkins, Charles L.: joins faculty of history department at Wake Forest University, 102
Willard, Jim: plans improvements to auditorium and audiovisual equipment at Alamance
   Battleground State Historic Site, 52
William P. Cumming Map Society: cosponsors map conference, 118
William R. Davie House: program at, commemorates birthday of Davie, 88

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Williams, Carola Bell: serves as instructor at Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp and Artists’
   Colony, 32
Williams, Kay: attends presentation concerning reconstruction of Fort Dobbs, 8
Williams, Max: to speak at North Carolina Maritime History Council conference, 111
Williams-King, Alethea: presents case study at preservation workshop, 15
Williamson, John: highway historical marker for, approved, 81
Williamston, N.C.: implementation of court-ordered integration at, to be discussed at North
   Carolina Museum of History, 63
Williford, Jo Ann: serves as state coordinator of National History Day and chair of Executive
   Council of State Coordinators, 2
Wilson, John: speaks at opening of exhibit at Outer Banks History Center, 84
Windley, Royal B.: pictured, 90; works on improvements to auditorium at Alamance Battleground
   State Historic Site, 52
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Wodarski, Miranda: receives student award from Save Our History program, 78
Wolfe, Thomas: boyhood home of, featured in documentary, 24
Wolff, Jane W.: retires from North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, 135
Wolfram, Walt: directs North Carolina Language and Life Project and helps produce exhibit at
   Outer Banks History Center, 84
Women’s History Month: commemorated at state historic sites, 30, 45
Wood, Bradford J.: to lecture at Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, 30
Wood, John: leads tour of Rosenwald schools during preservation workshop, 15; presents case study
   at workshop, 15
Wood, Peter H.: gives lectures to high school teachers, 136; presents papers, 67
Woods, Doug: to lecture at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, 61
Woodson, Carter G.: role of, in establishment of Black History Month, 43
Woodson, Chris: hired at Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, 135
World Made Straight, The (book): nominated for Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, 114
World War II Wilmington Home Front Heritage Coalition: member of, wins an Albert Ray
   Newsome Award, 4
Worthington, Pepper: listed as life member of NCLHA, 6
Wright, Irene: translations of Spanish documents by, challenged, 138, 140-141
Wright, Thomas: to guide recommendations of 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission through
   General Assembly, 75
Writer’s Digest: editor of, quoted, 31
Wyse Fork, Battle of. See Battle of Wyse Fork
                                                Y
Yadkin Valley Hotel: former location of, added to National Register of Historic Places, 107
York, Glenn: creates documentary about Thomas Wolfe’s home, 24
Youth Advocacy Internship Program: students in, design online exhibits for Archives and Records
   Section, 12, 119
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Zoro’s Field: My Life in the Appalachian Woods (book): author of, wins Ragan Old North State Award
   for Nonfiction, 5
Zullo, Allan: book coauthored by, nominated for Ragan Old North State Award for Nonfiction,
   114




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