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His early education was primarily accomplished at Bingham Academy which was near Hillsborough in Orange County, North Carolina. In 1823, Calvin entered the University of North Carolina and stayed one year. Mary Wilson, widow of William Lea, and niece of his first wife, on 4 February 1859 in Caswell County, North Carolina. He also opposed the continued enfranchisement of the free Negroes who lived in North Carolina. In the 1848-1849 he participated in the attempt to unify North Carolina by adding an east-west line for the railroad. He cast the tie breaking vote for the North Carolina Railroad connecting Raleigh, Graham, Greensboro, Salisbury and Charlotte with an extension to Asheville.
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‘Folks don’t feel safe’

She’s already warned the City Council about what she fears will happen if they pass the “Welcoming city” proposal: Felons will flock to Winston-Salem. The city already prides itself on being a place that’s made immigrants feel at home. “Our city is being overrun with aliens. I notice my own neighborhood is being flooded with immigrants. … I don’t feel safe letting my grandchildren play outside unless I am with them. Not the America my children grew up in.” Inside City Hall, Fleming is one of the first people to arrive in the City Council’s meeting room. Fleming says she’s keeping a close eye on the City Council in case the welcoming city measure comes up again.
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