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MyiLibrary e-books (content moving to Ebook Central)

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MyiLibrary e-books provides full-text online books on a variety of topics including language learning, medical, health, and history.

Gale eBooks (formerly known as Gale Virtual Reference Library)

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Gale eBooks is a database, in e-book format, of encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources for research topics on the arts, biographies, education, the environment, history, medicine, multicultural studies, the nation and the world, religion, science, and social science. Gale...

Part II: The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and the Mecklenburg Resolves

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(Already read Part II? Jump ahead to Part III.) NOTE: This post is part two in a four-part series that explores the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Click here to read part one. Eleven days after the adoption of the Mecklenburg Declaration, another document emerged called the Mecklenburg...

Part IV: Celebrating the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence!

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NOTE: This is the final installment in a four-part series that explores the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Click accordingly to read parts one, two and three.  “The City of Charlotte has documented many celebrations of Meck Dec Day, with the first known celebration occurring in 1825. The...

Part I: Is the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence real or fake?

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(Already read Part I? Jump ahead to Part II.) Part I: Background History “Meck Dec Day” is an annual celebration in Charlotte, North Carolina in observance of the alleged first declaration of independence against British rule. North Carolina’s flag even references the document's creation date, May...