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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 11, Aug 1944
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Tryon's Palace will be the first historical area to become a State Park. More than half a million dollars will be spent in restoring the building to its original status.
James Iredell was North Carolina's first member on the Supreme Court of the United States, and he played an important part in a number of legislative battles of his day.
Crabtree Creek State Park is featured in this third in a series of articles on North Carolina's state parks. The park is in Wake County seven miles from Raleigh. It covers 5,000 acres of heavily wooded forest and is traversed by Crabtree Creek and numerous smaller creeks. The facility is used extensively by a number of groups.