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In this issue we studied the exploration of North Carolina, encounters between European colonists and the Native American tribes, and the exchange of goods and ideas across the Atlantic.Additional electronic resources are found below.
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"Mapping Our State"
"A Time for Tuscarora" and "Lay of the Land: John Lawson and A New Voyage to Carolina"
Learn about North Carolina's governors, how the state capital moved with them, a colonial school portrait, the first African American to run for governor in North Carolina, and more. Students can also take a quiz to see how much they know about North Carolina's governors. Additional electronic resources are found below.
"Cooking for the Governor"