North Carolina

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North Carolina

Highest point in North Carolina (Mt. Mitchell)6,684 feet

USS North Carolina Battleship

North Carolina

These are some of the state symbols.Song "The Old North State" (1927)Capital: Raleigh (1792)Flower: Dogwood (1941)Tree: Pine (1963)Vegetable: Sweet Potato (1995)Beverage: Milk (1987)Rock: Granite (1979)Stone: Emerald (1973)

North Carolina public schools: 2,279Number of Students: 1,360,209Number of elementary schools: 1,329Number of Middle schools: 465 Number of High schools: 367

North Carolina was the first state to declare independence from England with the Mecklenburg Declaration of 1775.

I, Dolly Pane MadisonWas the first lady in North Carolina.

Biltmore Estate

Lowest point in North Carolina.(Atlantic coast)

Pork Barbucue


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