Who own's the big house on Highway 72 in North Carolina?

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1875 Mar 20, 1875 - The March 20,1875, outbreak across Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia , South Carolina , and North Carolina produced a record eleven killer tornadoes. A second outbreak, with seven killer tornadoes, occurred in the same area just six weeks later. From The Tornado - Related web ...

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The Term Tar Heel for N.C. originated during the Revolutionary War. The British were unable to break thru the ranks of the NC soldiers and the term originated that it was if they had tar on their heels. In fact some of the last and deciding battles of the Revolutionary War were decided in NC.
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