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for The State Vol. 56 Issue 12, May 1989
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Frances Fisher, who wrote under the pen name Christian Reid, wrote almost fifty novels. The title of her most famous novel, THE LAND OF SKY, gave the phrase that has forever described the state's mountains.
The Town Creek Indian Mound near Mount Gilead in Montgomery County is one of the most carefully excavated and reconstructed Native American mounds in the nation.
The re-created gardens at the Moravian village of Old Salem in Winston-Salem remind visitors how much settlers depended on their fruits and vegetables, plants for medicines, and food for livestock.