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for The State Vol. 20 Issue 34, Jan 1953
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An issue since 1712, the boundary lines between North and South Carolina have caused numerous disputes spanning three centuries. This article discusses the history of this disagreement as well the use of Native Americans as pawns and the property mix-ups that started the controversy.
The State Parks Department is slowly restoring the Town Creek Indian Mound near Mt. Gilead. This village with attached museum will become one of the state's most valuable and historic attractions.