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for The State Vol. 9 Issue 24, Nov 1941
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Continuing his travels around the state, Goerch describes the things of interest he found in Pasquotank County. The county is where the first session of a North Carolina legislature was held, where the state's first schoolhouse was built, and where the first revolt against British rule took place.
King entered Wake Forest in 1893, five years after college football had its beginning in the state. He recalls the start of football at Wake Forest and some of the obstacles and difficulties that teams in those days had to cope with in trying to get along.
Moore was a native of Halifax County, a lawyer, and a member of the General Assembly. Lawrence writes that \"he was the recognized leader of the North Carolina bar for an entire generation and was prominent in many matters pertaining to the welfare of the state as a whole.\"