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Native Americans
North Carolina has the largest native population east of the Mississippi River, including eight sovereign American Indian tribes. The site of the University of North Carolina and the Town of Chapel Hill in the central Piedmont was home to indigenous peoples for thousands of years before Europeans an...
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Brooks Hall
The home of the University of North Carolina Press since 1980, Brooks Hall is a two-story building at the corner of Boundary Street and Hooper Lane. The building is named for North Carolina attorney, politician, and author Aubrey Lee Brooks and his sons Thornton H. Brooks and James T. Brooks. The el...
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Battle Park
Battle Park is the wooded area on the east side of campus extending from the Forest Theatre and encompassing the Order of the Gimghoul's Hippol Castle. The park is named for former university president Kemp Plummer Battle, who was fond of walking in the woods and who forged many of the trails th...
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Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Eshelman School of Pharmacy is the only public school of pharmacy in North Carolina and one of the oldest in the nation. It began in 1897 with the hiring of Edward Vernon Howell as a professor of pharmacy. An earlier training program existed from 1880 as part of the first School of Medicine. The pha...
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