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An image of the Silent Sam statue with a sign reading "We Support BSM Demands" tucked behind the strap of the cartridge case and another sign, text not visible, on the statue's gun. The caption reads "The Residue of Friday's March," presumably in…

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The Confederate Monument spray-painted with a swastika and the words "PIGS GO HOME," possibly during the Foodworkers' Strike of 1969, during which NC Governor Robert Scott sent five riot-trained Highway Patrol squads to Chapel Hill and put four…

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Majority of Dr. Joe Pinkerton's Bullitt History of Medicine Club lecture given on 8 April 2014, Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Promotional material for Bullitt History of Medicine Club lecture presented on 8 April 2014, Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Despite being referred to as the "1918 influenza pandemic," four pandemic waves occurred between 1918 and 1920. Flora Blue, age 35, died in February 1920 during the fourth wave. Flora Blue and her sister, Jane Blue, were both sick with influenza, but…

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In this letter of 30 April 1920, John "Wilmer" Blue, responds to the news that his sister, Flora Blue, has died from influenza. Wilmer expresses regret for not coming home from his station in Siberia sooner. He fears that Flora thought he did not…

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"A Record of the War Activities in Orange County, North Carolina, 1917-1919," by Annie Sutton Cameron, is a manuscript history of local efforts during World War I in Orange County, North Carolina, and related correspondence and lists of soldiers and…
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