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A unique collection of historical materials and teacher resources for post-Civil War Durham, NC

Click back to the past at http://digitaldurham.duke.edu/ and explore the history of Durham and the New South through manuscript letters, maps, ephemera, photographs, printed works, census data, and audio postcards.

The Digital Durham Project has received support from NC ECHO and the North Carolina Humanities Council and, at Duke University, the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program; Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library; Dean of Trinity College; Center for Instructional Technology; Department of History; Undergraduate Writing Program; and Office of Service Learning

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Posted 27 October 2006
 

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