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for The State Vol. 22 Issue 12, Nov 1954
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Manufacturers of pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete products for the construction industry, Concrete Materials Inc., of Charlotte, North Carolina, brings new industry to the state.
Containing photos and describing the equipment and process of distilling, the author offers an inside glimpse into the illegal manufacturing of moonshine.
Rowan County celebrated its bicentennial in 1953 with a new historical museum in Salisbury. It is a house museum furnished with period pieces and a rotating collection. John Stirewalt, the noted Piedmont architect, designed the house, and it is believed to have been built by Louis Utzman, a German contractor who sold it in 1819.
Dr. Ellen Winston, head of the N.C. Department of Welfare, is a native of Swain County. For her master's thesis subject she chose her own county, and in one chapter focused on the folkways of several generations ago. The State magazine presents an abridged version of the chapter.