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Alamance County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 151,131. Its county seat is Graham. Formed in 1849 from Orange County to the east, Alamance County has been the site of significant historical events, textile manufacturing, and agriculture in North Carolina.
- also known as Alamance County, North Carolina
- founded in (167 years ago)
- part of North Carolina
- capital: Graham
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—Alamance County, H. E. Webb, Greensboro; Anson, J. A. Colson, Ansonville; Bladen, J. W. Mitchell, Wineland; Brunswick, D. D. Dupree, Wilmington: Columbus, J. W. Mitchell, Vineland; Davie, E. C. Lackey, Winston-Salem; Duplin, R. J. ...
An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic by Charles A. Gallagher, Cameron D. Lippard
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