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for Our State Vol. 65 Issue 10, Mar 1998
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The rise of the textile industry in the 19th-century changed the landscape. Recognizing that textile mills and villages are part of the state's heritage, preservationists are seeking to save many of them, including the 1880 Glencoe Mill and village.
This historic town on the Eno River in Orange County changed its name to Hillsborough in 1766. It is a blend of the historic and modern, with condos standing near historic sites and newcomers mingling with families who have lived in it over 200 years.
In the 19th-century, many people vacationed at elaborate resorts located near mineral springs, where days were passed in dining and socializing. Among the best-known resorts were Jones Springs in Warren County and Hot Springs in Madison County.
Located near Pittsboro, in Chatham County, the Carnivore Preservation Trust houses over 250 endangered species, including tigers and binturong. The trust seeks to preserve endangered animals, especially those living in rainforests.