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for The State Vol. 13 Issue 5, June 1945
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There were many interesting events in connection with the early development of railroads in North Carolina; also quite a lot of opposition on the part of certain people.
Alfred M. Scales was a Brigadier General in the War Between the States, a member of the General Assembly, a member of Congress, and the only Confederate General to become Governor.
Robert F. Hoke has been classified as the greatest solider North Carolina ever produced. Entering the Civil War as a second lieutenant, he came out as a Major General.
Two generations ago, old water mills, whose remains furnish vistas of a civilization during the latter part of the 19th-century, was a social institution in many parts of North Carolina.