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Duane Raver, Jr. is one of the most widely recognized wildlife artists in the nation. He is retiring in July 1979 as editor of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA to pursue a career as a full-time free-lance wildlife artist.
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9629
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Although his name is more often linked with the state of Kentucky, Daniel Boone and his family lived in the western part of the state from 1751 to 1775.
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Many of the state's native plants have medicinal benefits and are often used to produce commercial drugs. Among them are bloodroot, yellow lady slipper, and mayapple.
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