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Rick Hamrick

John, I have to admit I was puzzled by Union County on the map, a puzzle solved by the table of numbers which clearly indicates it was right in line with its neighbors at 20 percent.

On the map, it says 82 percent. Typo. I'm afraid you only get a 98.5 on this one.

Rick Hamrick

One more note: I had no idea more than 8% of the black population of NC before the war were free.

Rick Hamrick

In case my first comment was lost, I noted the typo on the map for Union County, listing it at .82. The table cleared it up, listing it at .20 which is in line with its neighbors north and west.

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