Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 20 Issue 2, June 1952
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The author presents the history and appeal of the Toe River Valley, which is a valley by virtue of its drainage system and the high mountain ranges, such as the Black Mountains, Blue Ridge, and Unakas, that hem it in. The article highlights some of the popular tourist attractions in the area.
Over the years, many minerals have been discovered in the Toe River Valley. Recently, mica and feldspar have been the focus of mining activities in the area. The history and industry of mining in Toe River are discussed here.
The Roan Mountain range is an impressive set of peaks that create a border between North Carolina and Tennessee; the author discusses the geography and popularity of the range.