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The Winston-Salem Nature Science Center, Incorporated has created a nature-lovers museum, generating a learning environment for natural history and physical sciences. North Carolina's state government constructed the museum in a converted baron the Reynolda Estate in Wake Forest. The Winston-Salem Nature Science Center uses volunteer assistant curators.
Dr. Richard Walser has completed a new biography on George Moses Horton who was known as the slave poet when he lived in Chapel Hill during the 1820s. Horton published three books of poems, POETICAL WORKS, THE HOPE OF LIBERTY, and NAKED GENIUS.