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  • Collection: Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources

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Employee newsletter of the Adams-Millis Hosiery Mill

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The newsletter of the Black Workers for Justice organization

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A politically-conservative North Carolina newspaper

front cover of Network of North Carolina Women by C. L. Bennett, Ph.D., Fayetteville, N.C.
Progressive paper published during the last years of second-wave feminism, a roughly twenty-year period of feminist activity and thought that began in the United States in the early 1960s.

front cover of Home Journal by Collier Cobb (1862-1934), Shelby, N.C. and Lincolnton, N.C.
amateur newspaper

front page from The Carolina Plain Dealer by Columbia Media Project
The Carolina Plain Dealer was an underground leftist political and alternative-culture newspaper based in Durham.

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newsletter for the Cotton Growers Co-operative Association

front cover of Africo-American Presbyterian by D. J. Sanders (1847-1907), Wilmington, N.C.
The Africo-American Presbyterian stated its purpose as meeting the "Educational, Material, Moral, and Religious Interests of our people in the South.”

front cover of Tangents by Daniel Coston, Lewd, Carl Fulmer, Dann Dunn, D.M. Marauder, and Cindy Sites-Wooley
local newspaper, started as student publication

front cover of Zion’s Landmarks by Elders I. E. Bodenheimer, Pleasant Daniel Gold (1833-1920), others, Wilson, N.C.
Primitive Baptist minister L.I. Bodenheimer began publishing Zion’s Landmarks in 1867 to connect Primitive Baptists in the state and the South

front cover of Trench And Camp by federal government and Young Men’s Christian Association
In addition to war news, stories about military personnel, activities taking place in Camp Greene or Charlotte, and advertisements, the paper included cartoons featuring American soldiers crusading against the German “Huns.”

front cover of North Carolina Amateur by George Melvin Carr (1860-1888) and Philamon Holland, Jr. (1859-1886), Rose Hill, N.C.
amateur newspaper

front cover of Lager Fackel by German prisoners, Camp Butner, Granville County, N.C.
Prisoner of war camps were established in eighteen locations in North Carolina during World War II. One of the largest POW facilities was located at Camp Butner in Granville County, which held as many as 3,000 mostly German prisoners. These men were…

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anti-Vietnam War newspaper

front cover of Little But Loud by Harry Hamleton Disoway (1859-1934) and Thomas C. Howard (1860-1911), New Bern, N.C.
At 2½” x 2”, this issue marks the smallest newspaper held by the North Carolina Collection

front page from The Fool-Killer by James Larkin Pearson (1879-1981)
The Fool-Killer newspaper was the personal project of James Larkin Pearson, a Wilkes County native. Pearson summarized the newspaper as a “Pungent Periodical of Thrilling Thought.”

front cover of Our Free Blade by James M. Howard (1859-1943) and Josephus Daniels (1862-1948), New Bern, N.C.
amateur newspaper

front cover of The Boys’ Courier by James M. Howard (1859-1943), Robert Alonza Richardson (1860-1934), New Bern, N.C.
amateur newspaper

front page from The Minority Voice by Jim Rouse, Greenville, N.C.
Monthly newspaper that serves the African American community of Eastern North Carolina

front cover of Q-notes by Jim Yarbrough, Charlotte, N.C.
LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer) arts, entertainment, and news publication based in Charlotte.

front cover of Northeast Central Durham Community Voice by Jock Lauterer, UNC-Chapel Hill; Bruce dePyssler, NCCU; Lisa Paulin, NCCU, Durham, N.C.
The Voice focuses on the Northeast Central Durham community, a region plagued by high crime rates and economic instability. The paper is a collaboration between the journalism programs at UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina Central University, the…

front cover of The People’s Voice by Joe Morris (1985), Weldon, N.C
"The Newspaper for all the people of Halifax and Northampton Counties.” The publication possessed a strong progressive bent.

front page from The Nation by John McLean Harrington
The Nation was one of several handwritten newspapers composed by John McLean Harrington, a teacher, clerk, surveyor and sheriff of Harnett County, N.C.

front cover of La Noticia: The Spanish Language Newspaper by La Noticia, Inc., Charlotte, N.C.
Serves more than 300,000 members of the state’s Latino community

front page from The Microcosm by Leonidas B. Lemay
The Microcosm was published in Raleigh, North Carolina, by nine-year-old editor “Master” Leonidas B. Lemay, who described the newspaper as “a little world.” The paper’s content consisted primarily of reflections on life, romantic love and other…
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