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30200
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Despite current issues of the day, the Moravian community of Old Salem in North Carolina still observe the the traditional Christmas customs brought over from Germany more than 200 years ago. From the love feast to large tree displays, the old services and decorations bring charm to the region.
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30201
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From the large population centers of the country, there is only a short trip to the North Carolina's coastal areas and resorts. With a variety of accommodations and activities, North Carolina is accessible for people from across the country.
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30203
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In 1952, North Carolina's farm income will reach the billion dollar mark for the first time. However, the cost has risen at an even faster rate. For 1953, the farmer will have to efficiently product in order to close the narrowing price-cost gap.
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30216
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Although per capita income in North Carolina has risen substantially since 1929, the state is still low on the rank of state income. As 44th in the country, North Carolina's per capita income only reaches $1,520 for 1951. Factors contributing to the lower income of southern states such as North Carolina are the agricultural economy and certain larger population groups such as children.
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30211
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Despite man-made efforts, Lake Mattamuskeet continues to be one of the greatest waterfowl wintering grounds along the Atlantic coast. The 30,000 acre lake, the largest in North Carolina, is the winter grounds for thousands of waterfowl, particularly geese.
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30218
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December is the month for employers to act on the voluntary payment to their reserve fund Employment Security account, and whether it will result in a lower tax rate for the next business year.
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