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    Fairmont
    NC
    Fairmont was known as the “biggest little tobacco market in the world” during the 1950s.
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    Garland
    NC
    Incorporated in 1907, Garland was originally known as Sloan’s Crossing.
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    Pollocksville
    NC
    The oldest incorporated town in Jones County, having been settled in 1779 and incorporated in 1834 then re-incorporated in 1849.
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    Denton
    NC
    A sportsman’s paradise, southern Davidson County and Denton are the home to unparalleled fishing and hunting, with its close proximity to High Rock Lake.
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    Oxford
    NC
    The Oxford City Hall is the city’s former school building. The Board of Commissioners held its first meeting in the renovated building on Jan. 12, 1993.
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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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    Chapel Hill
    NC
    When the University of North Carolina Board of Trustees chose the area around New Hope Chapel as the site for the first state university in 1793, they also named a committee to lay out a town adjacent to the site.
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    Scotland Neck
    NC
    In 1722, a colony of Scotch Highlanders led by Lord Nairn settled in the "neck" of the Roanoke River. The name Scotland Neck first described the small communities that clustered around this original settlement.
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    Hertford
    NC
    The bridge on the main highway into Hertford is an “S”-shaped bridge, the only one of its kind in the country.
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    Hildebran
    NC
    First known as “Switch,” because of a railroad switch, Hildebran was later named after Solomon Hildebrand, who lived nearby.

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