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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, (search)
ormal school for the colored race at Elizabeth City; and incorporating a soldiers' home for needy Confederate soldiers at Camp Russell, near Raleigh. Session begins Jan. 8 and closes......March 9, 1891 Gov. Daniel G. Fowle dies suddenly of apoplexy at Raleigh, April 7, and Lieut. Gov. Thomas Holt is sworn in......April 8, 1891 Southern inter-State exposition opens at Raleigh......Oct. 1, 1891 Ex-Gov. William Worth Holden dies at Raleigh, aged seventy-four......March 1, 1892 Col. L. L. Polk, president of the National Farmers' Alliance, dies at Washington, D. C.......June 11, 1892 Attempted lynching at Bakersville; eleven of the sheriff's posse killed......Jan. 4, 1893 New State seal ordered......1893 Zebulon B. Vance, United States Senator, dies at Washington, aged sixty-four......April 14, 1894 Race riots at Wilmington......Nov. 10, 1898 The Dismal Swamp opened......Oct. 14, 1899 Amendment to the constitution regulating the suffrage went into effect.....