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for The State Vol. 3 Issue 20, Oct 1935
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Pisgah Forest Pottery was located nine miles outside of Asheville in the Pisgah Forest. W. B. Stephen earned the nickname \"The Pisgah Pottery Man\" because his forty years of experience allowed him to craft fine pieces. His pottery was sold in shops throughout the South and he received orders from as far north as Canada.
Rowe states that while the state is known for tobacco production, cigarette making, and a large number of textile and furniture mills, there is another side of North Carolina that isn't as well-known. That is the cultural side and the work done by North Carolinians in art, literature, and dramatics. Rowe gives a summary of some of these accomplishments.
Benjamin Williams, who succeeded Governor William R. Davie, was Governor of North Carolina for three years. During his term the State Supreme Court and State Medical Society were established. He also gave considerable attention to agriculture and public education.