North Carolina Jim Crow Laws

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That section six of said chapter two hundred and fifteen of Public Laws of nineteen hundred and eleven be amended by inserting after the words Robeson County, wherever they appear, the words, and Person County, and after the words Indians of Robeson County the words and Indians of Person County.

1913 public local laws – Ch.22 Sec.5
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That section five of chapter two hundred and fifteen of the Public Laws of nineteen hundred and eleven be amended by inserting in line five thereof, after the word county and before the word who, the words, and Indians of Person County.

1913 public local laws – Ch.22 Sec.4
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That section four thousand one hundred and seventy-one of the Revisal of nineteen hundred and five be amended so that wherever the words Indians of Robeson County now appear, as amended by chapter two hundred and fifteen of the Public Laws of nineteen hundred and eleven, the words and the Indians of Person County shall be added thereafter, and at the end of said section, after the word Richmond, add the words and Person County.

1913 public local laws – Ch.22 Sec.3
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That section four thousand one hundred and sixtyeight of the Revisal of one thousand nine hundred and five be amended by inserting after the word Indians and before the word and, in line five thereof, the words, and the persons residing in Person County supposed to be descendants of a friendly tribe of Indians and Whites Lost Colony, once residing in the eastern portion of this State, and known as Cubans, and their descendants, shall be known and designated as the Indians of Person County, and in line ten of said section after the word Indians and before the word all insert the words and the Indians of Person County.

1913 public local laws – Ch.22 Sec.1
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That the State Registrar of the Office of Vital Statistics is hereby empowered and directed to amend the Certificate of Live Birth recorded in Volume 64, Page 030766, Office of Vital Statistics, Raleigh, N. C. which amended birth certificate shall contain, in addition to the information already shown thereon, under the heading father on said certificate, the name, age, (at time of childs birth), race and birthplace of the deceased spouse of the adoptive parent (mother) of said child. This Section shall not be construed to entitle the child named in said birth certificate to inherit real and personal property by, through, and from the individual named as father on said amended birth certificate. 455

1965/66/67 session laws – Ch.442 Sec.1
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