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for The State Vol. 18 Issue 6, July 1950
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The Confederate Civil War prison at Salisbury wasn't exactly a striking demonstration of southern hospitality; disease, death and disorder all had their day.
All towns in North Carolina probably want more industries, but the hunger in eastern North Carolina for industrial expansion is almost desperate, and in some respects, tragic.
The town of Stanley has found the sure cure for growing pains; it is growing and enjoying post-war prosperity.
Newspapers come large and small, but few come just one season a year; the newspaper at Blowing Rock does and it's quite successful.