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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 23 Issue 10, Mar 1966
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The Tuscarora War, 1711-1713, was confined to a large area in eastern North Carolina that, at the time, was known as Bath County. A map drawn after the war depicts the routes traveled by forces allied against the Tuscarora. The map was thought to have been drawn by Colonel James Moore between 1722 and 1728. The original document is in the British Museum.
North Carolina is not a leader in mink production; the top ten states are to the north and west, and include Wisconsin, New York, Utah, and Oregon. But North Carolina has over 100 mink ranchers, and in the last year for which statistics are available, 1963, realized about $2 million from the sale of pelts.