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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 22, Oct 1944
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Many prominent people are buried in St. James Churchyard in the heart of Wilmington, and the tombstones of more than a century ago contain inscriptions which are typical of the times.
P. H. Rose started out with nothing. Today, he and his associates control a chain of stores that are located in several states and are doing a tremendous business.
Lawrence argues Hinton Rowan Helper's book, \"Impending Crisis,\" did as much to hasten the coming of the conflict among the states as did \"Uncle Tom's Cabin\" by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
From seaweed is obtained agar, which was produced almost entirely in Asia before World War II. Now, an interesting industry is in operation in Beaufort.