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P. T. Beeman studied medicine with Dr. Edmund Fontaine of Wadesboro, completed his studies at Charleston Medical College, and practiced in Anson County. A radical medical thinker, his tombstone reads, \"I Fed Fever.\"
Driven off their lands in 1838, a group of Cherokees hid out in Graham County. Known today as the Snowbird Indians, many, like Maggie Axe Wachaha, have maintained their identify while surrounded by a changing world.
In the state's rural sections, far removed from school areas and paved courts, basketball flourishes, played with homemade goals attached to oak trees, barns, or sides of houses.