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for The State Vol. 4 Issue 46, Apr 1937
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Lumber is a big industry in North Carolina and there are lumber mills in practically every section of the state. Nowhere, however is this industry more spectacular that at Mount Celo, in the Black Mountain range, near Mount Mitchell. Logs race down a chute at the top of Mount Celo, and then are split into halves and quarters by large steel wedges.
The youngest solider on either side during the American Civil War was a native North Carolinian, the late George H. Jacobs, of South Mills, who enlisted as a drummer boy in the Confederate army at the age of nine.