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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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    Washington
    NC
    Washington is proud to have been the first city in America to be named for General George Washington, the future first president of the United States.
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    Lillington
    NC
    Was named for John Alexander Lillington, an officer from North Carolina during the Revolutionary War who fought in the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge in 1776 and served as brigadier general in the state militia.
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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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    Fayetteville
    NC
    With the help of local citizens and businesses, Fayetteville has been named “America’s Most Pro-Military Town” by TIME magazine.
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    Carthage
    NC
    Started in 1989, the Carthage Buggy Festival is held each year to commemorate the famous Tyson and Jones Buggy Factory that, from the mid-1800s to the 1920s, produced the carriages that were essential to life in rural North Carolina.
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    Edenton
    NC
    The famous Edenton Tea Party occurred on October 25, 1774.
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    Rocky Mount
    NC
    On November 27, 1962, while speaking in Rocky Mount, Dr. Martin Luther King used his soon-to-be famous refrain, “I have a dream,” which would be heard by a much larger audience from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial the following August.
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    Boone
    NC
    Boone has the highest elevation (3,300 feet) of any town of its size (over 10,000 population) east of the Mississippi 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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