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for The State Vol. 8 Issue 47, Apr 1941
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Gaston County, though quite a distance from the main body of North Carolina mountains, has several mountain peaks scattered over it. At least three peaks will repay the climber with glorious views: Spencer, Crowder's and the Pinnacle in the Kings Mountain range.
In Part 2 of his series on iron mining in the upper Cape Fear, Fowler writes about the blast furnace at Endor, near Sanford. It is difficult to identify the builders at this date. As to when, most feel it was before the Civil War. The stone Endor furnace was thirty-two feet square at the base and rose to a height of forty-five feet.
Lawrence recounts the life of William Bynum, who was one of North Carolina's greatest jurists.