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for The State Vol. 13 Issue 50, May 1946
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Drs. Edwin Alderman and Charles McIver truly went out into the wilderness, preaching the Gospel of Education from one end of North Carolina to the other, and winning people everywhere to their great cause.
High on the side of Chimney Rock Mountain is Bat Cave whose name is derived from the fact that for years this fissure has been a refuge for an innumerable colony of bats.
Despite the fact that comparatively few people today have ever heard of him, George Moses Horton, a slave, was one of the most remarkable literary figures North Carolina has ever known.
Many of stories about the famous chief Junaluska are merely legends, but in other instances, there are authenticated records.