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Estelle Lawson Page wanted to be a doctor but was prevented by her father. She turned to golf, becoming one of the nation's best golfers and winning over twenty-two tournaments. She was one of the five original members of the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame.
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Sylva, the county seat of Jackson County, is a small, but growing, mountain town with an economy based on small farms, retail trade, and industry. Tourism and Western Carolina University bring many people to the area.
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Six historic and distinctive lighthouses, including those at capes Hatteras and Lookout, Bodie Island, and Ocracoke, guide mariners along the state's 301-mile coastline.
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The scotch bonnet, the state's official seashell, is rarely larger than three inches and possesses distinctive colorations. The rare shell is highly prized by collectors.
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For lovers of eastern Carolina style barbecue, the holy city is Goldsboro, the home of Wilber's Barbecue. Operated by Wilber Shirley since 1962, the restaurant has served presidents and a host of others.
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