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for The State Vol. 2 Issue 28, Dec 1934
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Weir describes Pilot Mountain. Located in Surry County, it is 2,700 feet above sea level and 1,500 above the surrounding countryside. It stands isolated, the sole survivor of other mountains that have eroded away. Over the centuries it has served as a guide to both Native Americans and wilderness travelers, like Daniel Boone. Within the past five years it has become accessible to motorists through the completion of a road to its base.
Bryant continues his series of articles about his journalism career as a cub reporter in Charlotte and as a Washington correspondent reporting on happenings in the nation's capital. In this article he tells of his association with some of North Carolina's great men, including Joe Caldwell, Matt Ransom, Jeter Pritchard and others.