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Scotland Neck, located in Halifax County, is OUR STATE magazine's featured Tar Heel town of the month. Founded by Scots in 1722 and incorporated in 1867, the town has a newly named National Register Historic District, an outstanding healthcare program, and a developing eco-tourism program.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 70 Issue 10, Mar 2003, p18-20, 22-23, il Periodical Website
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16738
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Scotland Neck is a town in North Carolina with character and spirit that is determined to survive without selling its birthright: thousands upon thousands of acres of the state's most productive farm land; the Roanoke River with a loads of striped bass, brim, perch, and catfish; woods with plentiful deer; and abundant wild fowl.
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23127
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Scotland Neck has experienced much change and demolition, but the heart of the town--the people--continues to make it a special place.
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23302
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Ventosa Kennel and K9Training Facility in Scotland Neck is home to some of the country's most sought-after K9 'officers.'
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24859
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The Sylvan Height Avian Breeding Center breeds and raises the ducklings of many species. Their activities include rescue of foundlings as well as steps to ensure the survival of a more endangered species. The center located in Scotland Neck is open to visitation and attracts many interested visitors each year.
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