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for The State Vol. 62 Issue 6, Nov 1994
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Travelers in 19th-century Western North Carolina were often impeded by drovers with large, noisy herds of hogs, cattle, ducks, and turkeys on their way to market
The National Railroad Museum in Hamlet features a Victorian train station, a locomotive, period cars, and other memorabilia that give visitors the feel of the railroading era.
With the publication of OLDEST LIVING CONFEDERATE WIDOW TELLS ALL, Rocky Mount native Allan Gurganus is realizing his dream of becoming a successful author.
With more than three hundred minerals and gemstones scattered through three geographic regions, North Carolina offers opportunities for serious geologists and casual rock collectors.
Country ham production is a major money-making business in North Carolina. The state is now the nation's leader in country ham output, producing almost five million hams in 1993.
Shelby's Clyde Hoey, former General Assembly member, governor, U.S. congressman, and senator, had a flashy oratorical style and an undefeated political career that made him one of North Carolina's most unforgettable public figures.