Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for WNC Magazine Vol. 3 Issue 1, January/February 2009
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Covered in carvings, Judaculla Rock is located along Caney Fork Creek in Jackson County, North Carolina and serves as a tourist destination. Some archaeologists believe the rock tells a story, others believe it is a map.
Hernando de Soto's (1496-1542) North American explorations from 1539-1541 led to the establishment of the first European outposts in the American South, including some in western North Carolina. However, conflicts with native tribes doomed these early efforts.
Mamie Thompson Gumbs is the director and founder of Forest City museum MaimyEtta Black Fine Arts Museum and Historical Society and works to shed light on the black experience in the South.
Daniel and Marylou Sanders understand the global benefits of using organic cotton for shirts and own Spiritex, a volume supplier of organic cotton T-shirts for businesses and organizations.
Skiers in the Western North Carolina mountains brave dangerous terrain to capitalize on rare snowfalls.