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In 1929, persistent, stubborn B.B. Dougherty installed a tiny, one-woman music department at the college he founded - Appalachian State Teachers College at Boone. Twelve years and a couple of wars and depressions later, the dream of a useful and nationally recognized music department has come true.
Concord's new Community Boys Club building, now ready for its formal opening, is generally regarded as one of the finest projects of its kinds in the entire South, and stands as the fulfillment of a dream of a few farsighted civic leaders.
Remarkable as has been its progress in the past, Concord continues to move forward at a rapid pace, and its future growth and progress are definitely assured.
Kidd highlights important events in the more than two centuries of agricultural history and the half century of industrial expansion in Cabarrus County.