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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 2, June 1944
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Asheville is a long way from the fighting fronts, but it plays an important part in directing engagements in all parts of the world as the headquarters of the Army Air Forces Weather Wing.
This article details the industrial and agricultural changes for Davie County in the western part of the Piedmont area of North Carolina. Livestock feed, tobacco, and grasses are prominent crops for Davie County, as well as the industries of dairying, war goods, and furniture manufacture.
North Carolina has had some distinguished men to guide the destinies of her state university, and the work they have accomplished speaks for itself. There have been ministers (David Ker and Joseph Caldwell), Governors (David Swain), and doctors (George Winston and Edward Graham) to bring outstanding organization and academics to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The free Negro of ante-bellum days occupied an unenviable position in the South. In a system of white freemen and black slaves, he was an anomaly that was restricted and supervised by the courts, even in his freedom.