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Silent color film showing activities surrounding the 1939 Sesquicentennial in Fayetteville, N.C. It begins with a parade, in which can be seen floats for Cumberland County, the News and Observer newspaper, the Fayetteville Coca Cola Bottling Company and more. There are also brief shots of people in period costumes giving speeches and footage of a football game. There are images of individuals in Scottish attire, including bagpipers, and the words "Clan Campbell" shown on the screen. Crowds unveil a marker "commemorating the settlement of the upper cape fear by the Highland Scotch." Images of other celebratory activities, including ring capture games on horseback, Scottish dance, and a battle reenactment.

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