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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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    Matthews
    NC
    The Matthews Town Hall and Library was dedicated on Sept. 30, 2001. The facility was a partnership between the town and the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
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    Fairmont
    NC
    Fairmont was known as the “biggest little tobacco market in the world” during the 1950s.
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    Mount Holly
    NC
    In 1875, the name of the town of Woodlawn was changed to Mount Holly, after the Mount Holly Cotton Mill that was started that year. The name “Mount Holly” was used in recognition of the famed yarn made at a spinning mill in Mount Holly, New Jersey.
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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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    Hertford
    NC
    The bridge on the main highway into Hertford is an “S”-shaped bridge, the only one of its kind in the country.
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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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    Carolina Shores
    NC
    The residents of the Carolina Shores Golf Course community originally made up the town’s population. The town was incorporated in 1998.
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    Edenton
    NC
    The famous Edenton Tea Party occurred on October 25, 1774.
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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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