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Paul Green, born on a farm in Harnett County on March 17, 1894, grew up to write such dramas as THE LOST COLONY and the 1927 Pulitzer Prize-winning IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM. Green is profiled in this Leggett article.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 4 Issue 1, Feb 2003, p43-45, por Periodical Website
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Donald Ross is golf's most famous and prolific architect. In 1926, he designed the course at Hope Valley Country Club in Durham. Hughes discusses the restoration project currently underway which seeks to \"reclaim the original vision for the course and repair mistakes made in the years without Ross.\"
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Most people think of the 20th century as the American century, but a new book proclaims it as the North Carolina century. The NORTH CAROLINA CENTURY: TAR HEELS WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE, 1900-2000 is published by the Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte as a product of the North Carolina Biography Project. It profiles mostly individuals, ranging from early-century education leader William Poteat to late-century sports superstar Michael Jordan.
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