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for The State Vol. 22 Issue 19, January 1955
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The formal foxhunting centers of North Carolina include Southern Pines, Tryon, and Sedgefield. The history of foxhunting is presented here, as well as the kinds of foxes hunted.
Most slaves in North Carolina came second-hand from other states since there was no deep-sea fleet for the state. Regardless, North Carolina accepted the institution of slavery; the author provides a brief history of slavery in the state.