Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 3 Issue 46, Apr 1936
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Mrs. Edward H. Thomas (Dike) of Durham now lives in New York with her husband, a well-known patent attorney. She is also known as Margaret Loring Thomas, a writer of children's books, such as George Washington Lincoln Goes Around the World. Most of her stories and books have an international background, and she writes to give American children an understanding of children in other lands.
Scales was a lawyer, legislator, Congressman, Confederate general, and Governor of North Carolina from 1885 to 1889. Thirty-seven years of his life were given to public service. During his term the Departments of Health and of Labor were organized.
A number of North Carolinians moved from the state to seek fame and fortune elsewhere. Murphy lists those who became governors of the state in which they settled.