Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 12 Issue 10, Aug 1944
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There have been many interesting lawsuits in North Carolina but none surpasses the case of State vs. William Hall and John Dockery which was a murder trial in courts in 1892-94.
Although stricken with yellow fever and at the point of death, John William Anderson had himself lashed to the wheel of the blockade-runner Mary Celeste and brought her safely into port.
Northerners who criticize the use of the favorite expression \"you all,\" may be interested in knowing that there are frequent references to it in the Good Book.
Hoke was a descendant of one of North Carolina's most distinguished families and he continued their record of outstanding service to the state. Born in Lincolnton in 1851, Hoke was a lawyer, legislator, and Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
Morrow Mountain State Park is featured in this second in a series of articles on North Carolina's state parks. The park in Stanly County contains many fine scenic and recreational attractions.