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A Sample Slice of Rural North Carolina


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Ranging in altitude from 80 to 350 feet, Johnston County is a rural area settled by Ulster Scots and the English, in 1746. Comprising ten towns, Johnston County residents have survived through subsistence farming and the production of naval stores, tobacco, and lumbering.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 8, Sept 1956, p14-17, 34-38, il, map  (Periodical website)
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12132
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