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Links 1 through 10 of 97 Monroe Librarian's Bookmarks

You will have to acknowledge ("I agree") American Archive of Public Broadcasting's rules (see at bottom of page) before getting to the audio file. Lowery explains what he saw and what he took part in during the week the Freedom Riders were in Monroe (August 1961). Interview lasts about 41 minutes.

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It is great to see this film remastered - looks so much better than the one our library circulates and finally, no more quibbling over what year this was made!

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These are from various years from the 1901 Pension Act. You can print or download. If printing may wish to use Chrome browser as it will give you a print preview before printing. Great to have these available online!

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Great to have the CSR (Colonial State Records) searchable on line - you can go to index first and links to the volume/pages are provided or you can simply browse the volumes.

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All links take you to Internet Archive. Nice collection! Check out the "ephemeral" items - includes a church cookbook!

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The State Library has placed this document online. An interesting look at the city's projections and studies of our local economy about 1960 (published in 1963). A noted trend was the number of "negroes" of productive age that had left the city between 1950 and 1960.

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No frills cemetery "readings" for Union County, NC.

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J. Ray Shute was the 'gentleman historian' of his day. He was a mover and a shaker of Monroe, a writer, founded the only Unitarian Church that was in Monroe and once served as Mayor - this is only a few of his many accomplishments.

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Great site - loads of information and some actual documentation. These families (Love, Thomas) were also in Union County, NC.

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