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for The State Vol. 8 Issue 5, June 1940
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North Wilkesboro, a thriving little city of northwestern North Carolina, had its beginning because of the wording of a railroad contract between the Richmond and Danville Railway Company and the Wilkes County board of commissioners. Now the little town is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a big celebration.
Edward Warren of Tyrrell County was a physician and surgeon was one of the most remarkable men from North Carolina. He practiced medicine on three continents and was given official recognition by several governments including France, Turkey, Spain and Italy. During the Civil War he was Medical Inspector of the Army of Northern Virginia and Surgeon-General of North Carolina.