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    Albemarle
    NC
    Albemarle is named for George Monck, the Duke of Albemarle, who was one of the eight Lords Proprietors granted the province of Carolina in 1663 by King Charles II.
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    Haw River
    NC
    Haw River (population 2,033) can claim to be the hometown of three North Carolina governors.
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    Zebulon
    NC
    The Wakelon School Building was built in1909 and was the first school in eastern Wake County. Today it is the Zebulon Municipal Complex.
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    Concord
    NC
    Concord’s motto, “High Performance Living,” is appropriate. It is home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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    Edenton
    NC
    The famous Edenton Tea Party occurred on October 25, 1774.
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    Mayodan
    NC
    The town is named after the converging Mayo and Dan Rivers.
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    Nags Head
    NC
    Nags Head is home to the tallest natural sand dune on the East Coast. Jockey’s Ridge, a series of five dunes, is a natural wonder that’s continually changing in shape and height with the highest hill varying from 90 to 110 feet tall.
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    Pineville
    NC
    Birthplace of James K. Polk, the 11th President of the United States.
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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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    Canton
    NC
    "Where the mountains kiss the sky."

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