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North Carolina History Lesson Plans from the Southern Appalachian Archives
- North Carolina History Lesson Plans: Precolonial
- North Carolina Era 2 – Colonial 1600 - 1763: Migration Push/Pull Lesson
- North Carolina Era 3 – Revolution 1763 - 1789: Regulator Songs Lesson Plan
- North Carolina Era 4: Early National – 1789-1836: Family Histories Lesson Plan
- North Carolina Era 5: Antebellum - 1836 - 1860: Rip Van Winkle in contemporary writing lesson plan
- North Carolina Era 6: Civil War and Reconstruction - 1860 - 1876: Views of the Civil War Lesson Plan
- North Carolina Era 8: Early 20th Century – 1900 - 1929 Lesson Plans
- North Carolina Era 9: Depression and War (1929-1945)
- North Carolina Era 10: Postwar (1945-1975): Post-War Political Cartoons Lesson Plan
- North Carolina Era 11: Recent (1975-2010) Lesson Plans
- Land Use in Western North Carolina Lesson Plans from the Southern Appalachian Archives
- North Carolina History Lesson Plans from the Southern Appalachian Archives
- "Feast and Farmin': A Celebration of Western North Carolina Agricultural History"
This is a group portrait of three women standing outside on a lawn in front of a tree. A caption on the back of the photograph reads, "Miss Ware, Miss Taylor, Miss Hickman - Faculty."
Neva Elizabeth Bailey
Neva Elizabeth Bailey Photographs, Southern Appalachian Archives, Mars Hill University
Southern Appalachian Archives, Liston B. Ramsey Center for Appalachian Studies, Mars Hill University
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Hot Springs, Madison County, North Carolina
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Black and white photograph
1 7/8 x 2 3/4 in.
Neva Elizabeth Bailey, “07-5-42,” Southern Appalachian Archives Mars Hill University, accessed September 28, 2023, http://southernappalachianarchives.org/items/show/820.