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D M Ausley

He was captain the Statesville Home Guard, which unit was called out to Charlotte in August 1919 to assist in enforcing order during a labor uprising.

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D. H. Collins

Commissioner in Greensboro NC

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D. J. Jordan

Professor at A & T in August 1917

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Daniel Harvey Hill, Jr.

Born January 15, 1859, at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. Hill was a long-time educator and administrator for what is now North Carolina State University. During World War I, he served as the chairman of the North Carolina Council of Defense.

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Daniel Lenox Gore

Daniel Lenox Gore, born in Columbus County, North Carolina, on January 7, 1847. Gore was a prominent citizen of Wilmington, North Carolina, where he owned and operated a successful wholesale grocery business. In addition to his grocery business, Gore served as president or vice president of several regional banking and manufacturing firms.

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David Absolom Stanton

Born May 24, 1859, in Level Creek (Randolph County), North Carolina. Stanton was a medical doctor and mayor of High Point from 1918 to 1921.

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David Andrew Troutman

Born August 25, 1865, in Lincoln County, North Carolina. For sixteen years Troutman served as county commissioner for Lincoln, occupying the chairmanship for part of that time. For thirty-five years, he was depot agent at the Seaboard Air Line's Iron Station.

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David Clark

Born May 15, 1877, in Raleigh, North Carolina. The son of Chief Justice Walter Clark, David Clark was a former cotton mill proprietor-turned-journalist who started his own journal, The Southern Textile Bulletin, in March 1911. Over the course of his career, Clark continued to grow his company such that by the time of his death in November 1955, he was lauded as a "nationally known publisher of semi-technical journals and leader in textile industry and Rotary International affairs.

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David Dick Foote

Born on October 26, 1879, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Foote was forced to give up Vicksburg as his home in 1918 when he was, in his words, "exiled" from the town by a KKK-like group known as the "Vigilantes." As a result, Foote settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he ran his own dental practice for forty-nine years. He was a lifelong member of the NAACP. For the particulars of his encounter in Vicksburg, see "Mississippi: Then As Now," in The Crisis, March 1965, page 187.

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David Franklin Houston

Born February 17, 1886, in Monroe, North Carolina. Houston was an educator and author who is perhaps best remembered for his work as a cabinet official during the administration of President Woodrow Wilson. He first served as the secretary of agriculture (1913 to 1920) and later as secretary of the treasury (1920 to 1921).

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David H. Price

David H. Price, born on December 25, 1877, in North Carolina. Price was a barber who owned and operated his own business.

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David Haywood

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, on August 4, 1873. From 1894 until his death in 1949, Haywood worked at the Executive Mansion, serving as butler and then chief butler to fourteen different North Carolina governors.

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David Henry Fuller

Born March 28, 1891, in Lumberton, North Carolina. During World War I, Fuller served as a commissioned officer in the headquarters company of the 136th Heavy Field Artillery and later as a captain in the Adjutant Generals' Department. While stationed at Camp Jackson in South Carolina in early 1918, Fuller was charged with the underwriting and promotional campaign of the war risk insurance program. He saw overseas service from July 1918 to March 1919 and was honorably discharged on January 14, 1920.

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David King Cherry

Born May 7, 1883, in Cremo, NC. Served overseas during war. Was captain in 367th Infantry. Honorably discharged Aug. 15, 1919. At A & T---A. B., Instructor in Mathematics, 1911.

David L. Goble

Born in Galveston, Texas, on April 16, 1866. Many years into a well-established career in electrical contracting, Goble was approached by long-time friend and labor union leader Samuel Gompers with an offer of a position as international organizer for the American Federation of Labor. During his seventeen years with the A. F. L., Goble travelled all over the country to attend to various labor disputes, making several stops across the state in support of union organizing in 1919.

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Dennis Wilson Graham

Dennis Wilson Graham, born in Proctorville, North Carolina, on June 14, 1896. Graham was a professional baseball player in 1921 and 1924 to 1930, playing for the Atlantic City Bacharach Giants and the Homestead Grays. At the time he registered for the draft--on June 5, 1918--he was playing semi-pro with the Havana Red Sox. He entered the Student Army Training Corps stationed at Shaw University on October 30, 1918. Just twelve days later, the armistice ending World War I took effect, and Graham was discharged from service as part of rapid demobilization efforts on December 20, 1918.

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Dewey Slay Hunt

Born August 18, 1899, in Durham County, North Carolina. Hunt was a student at the University of Virginia when the United States entered the First World War. He joined the university's Student Army Training Corps unit in October 1918 and was honorably discharged from the service in December. In the fall of 1919, Hunt joined a national guard unit known as the Durham Machine Gun Company. The following July, Hunt and his unit were sent to Alamance County by order of Gov. Thomas W. Bickett to protect three African American men from a lynch mob.

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Donnell Everett Scott

Born March 3, 1887, in Graham, North Carolina. Scott was drafted into federal service from the national guard in August 1917 as a major for service during the First World War. He was subsequently promoted to lieutenant colonel (September 1918) and colonel (February 1919). His entire war service was spent with the 120th Infantry, and he saw combat at Ypres-Lys and the Meuse-Argonne. After serving overseas for close to a year, Scott returned stateside in April 1919 and received an honorable discharge in June. In July 1920, Scott (who was at that time commanding officer of the 1st Infantry, North Carolina National Guard) was witness to, and took an active role in putting down, an attempted lynching in his hometown of Graham, North Carolina.

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