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for The State Vol. 13 Issue 27, Dec 1945
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Do you know the name of the first person in the world who ever made a parachute jump from a hydroplane or an airplane? She was a woman and her name is Mrs. Harry Brown; she is known as Tiny Broadwick and narrow escapes from death are too numerous for her to recall.
Getting drunk, using profanity and fishing on Sundays were some of the things which were sternly forbidden during the colonial period of North Carolina's history.
Originally there were the buffalo trails in western North Carolina. Then came the paths made by Indians, and finally the rough roads built by early settlers.