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for The State Vol. 13 Issue 13, Aug 1945
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Tony Seamon's seafood dinners at Morehead City have become nationally famous, and crowds flock to the Sanitary Fish Market every day of the year.
Serious dissension among the Colonists, fierce fighting with the Indians and other problems all made Governor Thomas Pollok's administration a most strenuous one during the early history of North Carolina.
Remembered as the \"poet of cottonland\", John Charles McNeil recaptured, with the magic of his pen, the simple charm and lasing beauty of country life.