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North Carolinians and the Great War: The Impact of World War I on the Tar Heel State
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To browse groups of closely related materials select a category from the list below. To learn more about a topic and the related primary source materials available in this collection, please read the Introduction for each topic.

Propaganda Posters | Introduction
Finance, Military, Propaganda, War Work
Propaganda posters of the First World War served as carriers of both open and covert messages about the war, the sponsoring agency, patriotism, politics, and identity.
The Home Front | Introduction
African Americans, Women, Mobilizing Resources, Educational Institutions, Patriotism & Politics
This section illustrates how the federal and state governments, charitable organizations, educational institutions, and individual North Carolinians responded to the war and the lasting impressions that the war left on the Tar Heel state.
The Soldier's Experience | Introduction
Training & Recruitment, Personal Narratives, Outfitting a Soldier, Histories & Memorials
This section includes memoirs, diaries and letters of soldiers, regimental histories, and photographs of the front and of a typical soldier's equipment and personal effects.