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for The State Vol. 9 Issue 39, Feb 1942
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Goerch visits Lee County and lists several things that make it different from other counties. It is one of three counties to have a coal mine. It is the only county to have a courthouse not located in a town. It is the youngest county in the state, with the exception of Avery and Hoke, having started operating in 1908. It has the shortest county name in the state.
Mrs. Gaddy recounts how her husband Lockhart accidentally started a wild geese refuge in 1934 on their farm in Anson County. At present the flock numbers about 150.
Lewis was a physician, educator, and legislative counselor who was born in Pitt County. Lawrence writes that \"outstanding among his many activities was his work in promoting better health in the state.\"