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for The State Vol. 12 Issue 47, Apr 1945
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In addition to numerous occasions when he merely passed through the state, President Franklin D. Roosevelt made four formal visits to North Carolina during his tenure of office.
There was a time when the lawlessness of lynching was fairly frequent in North Carolina, but the determined efforts of Governors Aycock, Glenn, and Bickett and Judges Sinclair and Grady finally put a stop to it.
Now that North Carolina's official state flower, the dogwood blossom is staging its annual floral show, it is interesting to note some facts about the flower and tree. There are 25 species of dogwood in the world. The wood is white, hard, and fine grained - good for turning and inlaying. And the bark contains a bitter tonic that is used in the treatment of fevers.