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for The State Vol. 21 Issue 47, Apr 1954
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The richest strike every made in North Carolina is not copper or gold, but $25,000,000 worth of black tungsten taken from the Hamme mine in Vance County.
Vance County wears the cloak of the Piedmont, but at heart it is of the coastal plans.
The first winter resort in North Carolina was the Davis Hotel at ancient Kittrell.
Atlantic, a village of over 800, is at the peaceful, eastern end of U.S. 70, which is built into a heavy grove of trees facing Core Sound.
Kerr Reservoir near Henderson brings fun and hopes of development.