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for The State Vol. 24 Issue 21, Mar 1957
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Consisting of over 400 hundred corporations, spread across 16 states, the Belk Company, proprietors of the Belk Department Stores, is a family run operation that continues to expand. Undertaking his first commercial venture in 1888, William Henry Belk turned a dry goods store in Monroe, into the largest and most modern department store chain in the Carolinas.
A continuation of the series selected from the 1860 travel book, Sketches of Lower Carolina, this article discusses the penning and branding of the dwarfish native breed horses living on the Outer Banks.