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Built in 1820, the historic house, Woodbourne, in Guilford County was the home of Calvin Wiley's parents. Wiley was a writer and published a number of books in the mid-19th century. He founded the Southern Weekly Post in Raleigh and the North Carolina Presbyterian in Fayetteville. Elected to the General Assembly in 1850, he helped pass the law establishing the office of state superintendent of common schools and served as the first superintendent from 1852 to 1865.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 4, June 1942, p4, 22, il
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18602
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Dr. Haywood, a native of Raleigh, was a physician, Confederate surgeon, and medical administrator. An outstanding professionals in the medical field during the 19th century, Haywood established the state's first military hospital during the Civil War in May 1861.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 4, June 1942, p3, 22
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18601
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Goerch visits Jackson County which lies in the southwest corner of the state. He describes some of the interesting towns, including Sylva and Cullowhee, the High Hampton resort hotel, Judaculla Rock, with its strange Native American carvings, and other points of interest, including some very beautiful scenery. The county was formed in 1851 with Sylva as the county seat.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 4, June 1942, p1-2, 16-18, il
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