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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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    Ocean Isle Beach
    NC
    Because Ocean Isle Beach stretches for seven miles in an unusual east-west direction, sunrises and sunsets are amazingly dramatic.
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    Cramerton
    NC
    A turn of the century “model mill village” built by Stuart Cramer, Cramerton has become one of the premiere residential communities in the Charlotte-Metro area.
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    Morganton
    NC
    “Senator Sam” Ervin was a Morganton native who practiced law before serving as U.S. Senator from 1957-74. Ervin served as chairman of the Senate Select Committee to Investigate Campaign Practices – commonly referred to as the Watergate Committee.
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    Sunset Beach
    NC
    In 2013, Sunset Beach celebrated it's 50th anniversary.
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    Asheville
    NC
    Known as an art colony, a healing resort and a home to notable statesmen and luminaries, Asheville is one of the most welcoming, vibrant cities in America.
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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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    Greensboro
    NC
    The civil rights sit-in movement was launched on February 1, 1960, when four N.C. A&T State University students sat at the whites-only counter of the downtown Greensboro Woolworths store.
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    Hudson
    NC
    Hudsonville came into being in 1880. The “-ville” was dropped around1889 because much of the mail addressed to Hudsonville was inadvertently mailed to Hendersonville.