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3031
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Tyrrell County is the state's smallest in size and population, with forestry, agriculture, and fishing supporting a meager economy. County planners seek to improve this situation by developing eco-tourist attractions and attracting sportsmen.
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12818
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Several thousand acres are being cleared and drained in Hyde, Washington, Tyrell, and Beaufort Counties, for a new agricultural empire in North Carolina. The American Land Company, Lake Phelps Farms, Inc., the Three L Company, the MacArthurs of Chicago, the W.R. Grace Interests, and the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, include some of the investors and land owners involved in the project.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 28 Issue 11, Oct 1960, p19, il, map
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14928
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Tyrrell County is one of the oldest counties in North Carolina where there is fine hunting and fishing as well as being one of the largest potato producing sections of the State.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 1, June 1942, p1-2, 16-18, f
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1643
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The Scuppernong River is the centerpiece of an ambitious plan, the Walter B. Jones Center for the Sounds project, that could save the river, protect vast areas of wetland habitat, and bring economic prosperity to Tyrrell County through increased tourism.
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36236
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North Carolina’s population reached 10 million by 2017. Factors noted were states of origin, numbers of people moving and out, counties that have decreased and increased in population, and abroad ethnic groups most contributing to the population explosion.