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12214
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In 1905, the Wilmington financier, Hugh McRae, began six colonies in southeastern North Carolina. Encompassing ten acres a piece, each colony was settled by a specific European Nationality; Italians settled in St. Helena, Poles in Artesia, Greeks in Marathon, Dutch in Castle Hayne and Van Eeden, and the Germans and Hungarians in New Berlin. Specializing in the dairy industry as well as the production of fruits and vegetables, three of the six colonies persisted.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 25 Issue 13, Nov 1957, p10-12
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12217
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The Mooresville Plan, proposed by Design Associates of Statesville and the Traffic and Planning Associates of Hickory, aims to consolidate the four main blocks comprising the business district into one main, \"superblock.\" Conceived as a means to provide safe and attractive shopping as well as covered pedestrian walkways, the plan will require construction of new parking lots as well as the remodeling of several buildings.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 25 Issue 13, Nov 1957, p27-28, il
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12216
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Located in Lexington, Mid-State Glazed Ceramic Tile is the first manufacturer of its kind in the South. Initiated by Fred H. McIntyre and associates and fiscally aided by the North Carolina Business Development Corporation as well as the Lexington Industrial Corporation, Mid-State employs fifty workers and has the capacity to produce 6,000 square feet of tile daily.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 25 Issue 13, Nov 1957, p25-26, il
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