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11397
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The highest coastal sand dune in the nation is the 140-foot tall Jockey's Ridge, which is located at Nags Head on North Carolina's Outer Banks. This article contains information on the conservation campaign led by Carolista and Walter Baum to save the dune and make a state park out of it.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 33 Issue 6, June 1975, p17-20, il, por
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Record #:
11398
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Pianos can die from too much dryness or too much moisture. Enter Hendersonville inventor Allen M. Foote, who solved the moisture problem. Foote invented a miniature heating rod in 1947 to remove the excessive dampness out of pianos. He has subsequently sold over a million of the units worldwide.
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Record #:
11400
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Now in her seventh term, Representative Nancy Winbon Chase of Wayne County has served longer in the North Carolina General Assembly than any other woman. During two of her terms she was the lone woman legislator among 119 males. Chase discusses her time in the legislature.
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11401
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Only twice in the state's history have both a father and his son held the governorship. In the early days it was Robert Dobbs Spaight and R. D. Spaight, Jr. of Craven County. In recent times it was William Kerr Scott of Alamance County, 1949-1953, and his son Robert Walter Scott, 1969-1973. The younger Scott relates some of his memories of his father.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 33 Issue 6, June 1975, p39-42, 47, il, por
Record #:
11399
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The 1975 North Carolina General Assembly has fifteen women members. This article provides a brief profile on each of them.
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