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1553
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Jack Kerouac made several jaunts through the south, including extended stays in Rocky Mount and Kinston, that influenced the development of his characters and his ideas.
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North Carolina Humanities (NoCar H 1 N66), Vol. 1 Issue 2, Spring 1993, p53-70, bibl, f
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7739
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North Carolina has a rich film history. Productions have ranged from local documentaries of the depression era to modern day blockbusters like King Kong. Film makers, such as William Lord (Walter Warner), became nationally recognized for their work with major motion pictures. H. Lee Waters became famous for his “Movies of Local People,” in North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee. North Carolina movies were creating a tradition of success long before Earl Owensby created his EO Studios in 1973.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 54 Issue 2, July 1986, p8-11, il
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21073
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Publisher David Clark was an unofficial spokesman for the textile industry during much of his life. An American success story, Clark began working in the textile industry as a sweeper before gaining multiple engineering degrees which he applied to the running of textile mills. Clark was also an organizer of the Southern Textile Association and owner of the Southern Textile Bulletin, a weekly magazine that went out to thousands of textile workers throughout the South.
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21132
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Poet A.R. Ammons discusses growing up on a farm in rural North Carolina and how that affected his writing.
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16155
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Military branches still racially segregated troops during World War II but the Navy decided to break with traditional roles for black seamen when it formed the B-1 Band. The state's best black musicians comprised this musical troop which would be the first time black seamen served in any other naval position outside of the galleys.
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