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34383
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Earl Bailey has dedicated much of his life to the art of printmaking at the Martin County Enterprise and Weekly Herald in Williamston. When Bailey began his career in the 1960s, the newspaper used letterpresses to print type on newsprint. Though the newspaper is no longer printed in Williamston, Bailey still does a lot of press work on stationary, letterheads and business cards.
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38126
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This trail includes ten churches representing Baptist, Episcopal, and Christian Churches, with nine of the churches on the National Register of Historic Places. In towns such as Bear Grass, Hamilton, Robersonville, Everetts, Jamesville, Williamston, and Oak City, they include St. Martin’s Episcopal, Skewarkey Primitive Baptist Church, and Oak City Christian Church.
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38140
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A Martin County resident was inspired to participate in the fight to end the modern age equivalent of slavery. Helping individuals like Jeannette Biggers and groups like AGLOW to end human trafficking is factors increasing the likelihood of involvement in human trafficking and resources that someone involved with human trafficking or suspects its occurrence can refer to.