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    Dillsboro
    NC
    Dillsboro has been a tourist town since 1886 when visitors began to arrive by train and spend several weeks. It is often stated that the first summer visitors were the Misses Nellie and Hattie Norfleet of Edenton.
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    Gastonia
    NC
    In 1929, Gastonia was the site of the Loray Mill Strike, the most notorious labor struggle in North Carolina history. The strike would have a profound effect on the union movement in the state for decades to come.
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    New Bern
    NC
    In 1893, New Bern drug store owner Caleb Bradham invented “Brad’s Drink,” a blend of carbonated water, sugar, pepsin, kola nut extract, vanilla and “rare oils.” On August 28, 1898, Caleb renamed his drink “Pepsi-Cola."
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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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    Columbia
    NC
    Sits along the beautiful Scuppernong River.
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    Kill Devil Hills
    NC
    On December 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright were successful in making four flights at the base of the big hill that is now a part of the Wright Brothers National Memorial at Kill Devil Hills.
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    Morehead City
    NC
    The town of Morehead City was established as a commercial development by the Shepard's Point Land Company, and was named for John Motley Morehead, two-time governor of North Carolina.
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    Franklin
    NC
    An ancient Indian Mound located in the heart of town serves as a reminder of an earlier time when the Cherokee lived in and around what is now called Franklin. Streets with names like Wayah, Ulco, Iotla and Watauga reflect Indian heritage.
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    Conover
    NC
    Originally called “Wye Town,” Conover began to develop in the mid 1800s as a "Y" intersection of the railroad traversing North Carolina.
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    Summerfield
    NC
    Brittain Store, now the Summerfield Town Hall, was built in the 1870s by George J. Smith. William Parrish donated it to the town and it was restored in the 1990s.

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