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Forest, Field, and Farm


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Originally, a tract of land between Whiteville and the South Carolina border, Columbus County is an expansive region, encompassing 939 square miles. Inhabited by Native Americans (pre-contact-1734), and serving as a refuge for non-combatants (1871), as well as a retreat for criminals and military renegades (1871-1808), Columbus County is historically known for the production of naval stores and the exploitation of lumber.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 22 Issue 13, Nov 1954, p14-22, il, map  (Periodical website)
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13215
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