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The longleaf pine, the official state tree, has endured much in history. The naval stores industry in the 1800s reduced its numbers, and 20th-century fire control has allowed other trees to crowd it out. Now special preserves are helping it to recover.
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Hayesville, county seat of Clay County is the county's only incorporated town. Although sparsely settled (population 375), its cultural offerings attract over 7,000 people annually, and tourists flock to the Festival on the Square in July.
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Lee Kinard is a television pioneer whose program, \"Good Morning Show,\" has appeared on Greensboro's station WFMY for over thirty-five years. He also found time to earn B.A., master's, and Ph.D. degrees from UNC-Greensboro.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 64 Issue 11, Apr 1997, p32-33, il, por Periodical Website
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The Dunhill Hotel, originally called the Mayfield Manor when it opened in 1929, is a 100-by-30-foot, eleven-story structure in uptown Charlotte that surrounds guests with the amenities of an old-time hotel.
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