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for The State Vol. 5 Issue 37, Feb 1938
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Slater Path was a unique town located on the banks of Bogue Sound near Morehead City. The isolated community lacked paved streets, automobiles, electricity, and any form of local government. Religion and fishing were the cornerstones that held the community together.
Pou adds another opinion as to why quail are declining in the state and gives six reasons he feels will assist the quail in making a comeback.