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    Valdese
    NC
    The summer outdoor drama “From This Day Forward” honors the 29 Waldensian immigrants who fled religious persecution and settled in what would become Valdese. Their settlement was the largest Waldensian colony in the world outside of Italy.
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    Danbury
    NC
    Danbury was established in 1850 to serve as the Stokes County seat.
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    Matthews
    NC
    The Matthews Town Hall and Library was dedicated on Sept. 30, 2001. The facility was a partnership between the town and the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
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    Tobaccoville
    NC
    Tobaccoville was named for a plug chewing tobacco factory owned and operated in the 1870s. The Orrender Tobacco Factory was the principal landmark in the area, and the name "Tobaccoville" was suggested for the post office.
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    Waynesville
    NC
    The final shots of the Civil War, east of the Mississippi River, were fired near Sulphur Springs, near Waynesville, and General James Martin surrendered honorably on May 9, 1865.
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    Connelly Springs
    NC
    Was once known for the nearby mineral springs which were thought to be beneficial in curing many diseases.
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    Atlantic Beach
    NC
    Atlantic Beach is situated on beautiful Bogue Banks, a barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Bogue Sound.
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    Tabor City
    NC
    Home of Pulitzer Prize winner, W. Horace Carter, founder of the Tabor City Tribune in the 1940s.
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    Whiteville
    NC
    Whiteville is more than 180 years old and has long been an important business center and cultural center, to the surprise of some who call it “that little town with the big city ways.”
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    Lincolnton
    NC
    Thomas Jonathan Jackson, later the Confederate general known as Stonewall Jackson, married Anna Morrison on July 16, 1857 in her home in Lincolnton.

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