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3325
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As forests were exhausted in the North, logging companies moved South. Between 1885 and 1925, Buffalo City, located in the Great Alligator Swamp in Dare and Tyrrell Counties, was one of the state's busiest sawmill towns.
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Coastwatch (NoCar QH 91 A1 N62x), Vol. Issue , May/June 1997, p19-21, il Periodical Website
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24204
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McDowell Lumber Co. is a sawmill just outside of Asheboro that produces about 100,000 board feet a day and has expanded in size since 2001.
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32173
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The Haywood Technical Institute, located outside of Clyde in Haywood County, has a new sawmill complex specifically designed to train workers for the sawmill industry. Students enrolled in the sawmill courses learn to be sawyers, saw filers, lumber grader-dry kiln operators and planers.
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