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Tar and pitch were largely used to paint the bottom of wooden British ships both to seal the ship and to prevent shipworms from damaging the hull.
By the Civil War, North Carolina had more than 1600 turpentine distilleries, and two thirds of all turpentine in the United States came from North Carolina and one-half from the counties of Bladen and New Hanover.
Historians Hugh Lefler and Albert Newsome claim in North Carolina: the History of a Southern State (3rd edition, 1973) that North Carolina led the world in production of naval stores from about 1720 to 1870.
Clicking on a yearbook's title will allow you to browse that volume as well as perform keyword searches for names and organizations.
The microfilm edition of the have been digitized, and these scans are immediately and freely available to researchers from the Digital Heritage Center.
Issues from 1893–1992 are also available via the database Newspapers.com, which can be accessed on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and by affiliates or for a subscription fee.
Darius Days will be heading to Chapel Hill for an official visit.
A 6-8 forward from Gainesville (Fla.) The Rock School, Days confirmed to Inside Carolina on Sunday that he'll be at UNC beginning Oct. Last week, Days released a top 11, but has set four of his five allotted official visits. 15, he'll be in Louisville, followed by a trip to Ohio State on Sept.