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23631
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An early 20th century toy manufacturing center in Tryon allowed two women, Eleanor Vance and Charlotte Yale, to employ economically deprived Appalachian residents.
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23729
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North Carolina was home to the first gold rush in the U.S., the sole source of gold between 1804 and 1827. One particularly lucrative area was the Blue Ridge Mountains. A jeweler named Christopher Bechtler (1782-1842) helped mint North Carolinas gold into coins.
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22546
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Artist Nava Lubelski, who moved from New York City to her River Arts District studio in Asheville, North Carolina, creates paper sculpture from old tax records. The pieces carry a message of environmental sustainability and reuse.
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