Posted by: Government & Heritage Library | March 26, 2010

State Doc Pick of the Week: North Carolina’s first people

This week’s State Doc Pick of the Week comes from the North Carolina Commission of Indian affairs.   With this booklet you can explore the lives of the people who first settled here nearly 12, 000 years ago. Since 1971, the North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs has been an advocacy agency for American Indian citizens in our state. Their mission is to instill a positive vision for American Indians through preserving cultural identity by promoting and advocating the rights, beliefs and opportunities which impact quality of life.

To see this item in our collection click here:  http://digital.ncdcr.gov/u?/p249901coll22,25783

For information on the North Carolina Commission of Indian affairs click here: http://www.doa.state.nc.us/CIA/

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