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The Weyerhaeuser Company’s plywood, paperboard and fine paper manufacturing facility is located across the Washington County line from Plymouth. In this article, Chapman Hutchinson, Weyerhaeuser’s area manager for North Carolina, discusses the manufacturing operation and industrial development in North Carolina.
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North Carolina’s industrial and scientific contributions to the aerospace program are far from insignificant. North Carolina-based industries manufacture products used in the space program, from tiny electronic parts to textile to fiber materials. North Carolina universities are also involved in research, and one of NASA’s many tracking stations is located in Rosman, Transylvania County.
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32324
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North Carolina has a large and expanding population of boats, many of which are manufactured in the state. As the boating industry brings in more visitors and boating competitions, the state’s boating safety laws are expanding to prevent fatalities.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 27 Issue 8, Aug 1969, p24-36, il, por
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32326
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North Carolina’s largest and most famous battleship, the U.S.S. North Carolina, is inactive but remains as a popular tourist attraction along the Cape Fear River in Wilmington. The U.S.S. North Carolina was the only American battleship to have participated in all twelve major United States Naval offensive operations in the Pacific during World War Two. Today, the battleship serves as a memorial to the North Carolinians who served during the war.
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Grady-White is one of the most respected names in sport and pleasure boating. Formerly manufactured by G & W Boats, Inc., of Greenville, the Grady-White craft are now turned out by a successor firm, National Boat Works, Inc., headed by Eddie Smith, Jr., as president. A new line of fiberglass boats are being produced as the company prepares to expand its market.
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The economics of travel and tourism in North Carolina have grown enormously, with almost one-billion dollars spent by travelers during the past decade. This article provides facts and figures on the state travel industry, and highlights some of the state’s attractions.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 27 Issue 8, Aug 1969, p20-23, il, por