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30421
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Farmers and would-be farmers are often asking, 'buy now, or wait?' Farm product prices hit an all time peak in 1951, and the farm land values followed.The Agricultural Research Service and United States Department of Agriculture have found the highest average land values in North Carolina and five surrounding states to be $155 per acre, with an average of $122 per acre in North Carolina.
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30422
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Although summer in the mountains is a highlight, more and more tourists are discovering the North Carolina Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains in early fall. The fall foliage along with mild climate and myriad of activities, are among the many reasons for the growing popularity of the mountains resorts in this season.
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30418
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North Carolina's inland waterways are growing in popularity with the establishment of new facilities for small pleasure craft. The intracoastal waterway, which extends the entire length of the state's 330 mile long coastline, affords sheltered passage for a growing number of pleasure craft.
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30419
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Across North Carolina communities, business interests, and development organizations have swung into action to promote further industrial development in the state. During the past two years, 340 new industrial plants have been established in North Carolina with over $101 million in investments.
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30420
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1953 again saw an increase in tangible property values, over half a billion dollars over 1952. This with proceeding years has seen a $500 million gain property values for North Carolina.
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