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    Biscoe
    NC
    Just three miles south of the geographic center of the state.
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    River Bend
    NC
    River Bend encompasses three square miles of wooded area, bordered by the Trent River on the south and a navigable canal system on the east.
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    Graham
    NC
    Staunch prohibitionist Carrie Nation visited Graham in the early 1900s. She came to with her eye set on denouncing three such establishments. Then-Mayor H.W. Scott informed the visitor that any such activity would be frowned upon.
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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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    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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    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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    Danbury
    NC
    Danbury was established in 1850 to serve as the Stokes County seat.
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    Mars Hill
    NC
    The name for Mars Hill College came from Acts 17 that relates that while in Athens, Paul was invited by philosophers to speak to them at the forum. "So Paul, standing before them at the Mars Hill forum, addressed them."
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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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    Liberty
    NC
    Legend has it that during the Revolutionary War, British and Tory prisoners were held captive in a stockade near a crossroads where the town of Liberty was to be. When the prisoners were released at the end of the war, they shouted, “Liberty! Liberty!”

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