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for The State Vol. 19 Issue 7, July 1951
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Nearly 100 miles of new tourist highway in the Walter Raleigh Coastland have been opened during the past year with the completion of all the hard-surface on route U.S. 64, through Tyrrell and Dare Counties, and reaching to Cape Hatteras.
Major General Ray A. Robinson, a veteran of two world wars and service in every corner of the globe, holds the dual post of Commanding General, Second Marine Division and Marine Barracks, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Before California had dreamed of the discovery of gold, the Old North State was humming with mining activity - for it was in North Carolina and not California that gold was first discovered in the United States.
This article takes a look back at some of the old advertisements appearing in North Carolina's newspapers and magazines.
There were numerous tribes scattered throughout the State, ranging from the powerful Tuscaroras in the eastern area to the Cherokees of the west.
Hundreds of campers have been getting a lot of enjoyment out of the Brevard Music Camp during the past eight years. They are coming from 17 different states.