Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 45 Issue 4, September 1977
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Western North Carolina is famous for its waterfalls, which bring in tourists from all over the country. This article presents a few of the most popular waterfalls in North Carolina.
The second British Minister to the United States, Robert Liston, visited North Carolina with his wife in 1979 after the Revolutionary War. This article presents their experiences and opinion of North Carolina during their visit.
The author recounts the importance of salt in North Carolina’s economy since the 1700s. During the American Revolution, salt was scarce, prompting towns on the coast of North Carolina to build their own salt works for local production.
The author recounts his experiences fishing off the coast in North Carolina as a child. The most popular areas included Morehead City, Hatteras, and the Wilmington area.