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for The State Vol. 10 Issue 50, May 1943
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There were many restrictions placed upon the behavior of students only several generations ago, and strange to say, most of these laws have never been revoked. For example, students were not allowed to partake in games of chance, pass out cigars during student elections, or keep poultry in their dormitories.
This article highlights the industrial progress in Harnett County from the Colonial Period when iron smelters were in operation at Averasboro up to current times.