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      North Carolina State Information
North Carolina State was located on southeastern of United State. North Carolina State was size wise 28th rank among the 50 states of US. North Carolina is often nicknamed the "Golf Capital of the World." North Carolina State total area was 136,413 sq km. North Carolina is bordered on the north by Virginia, east by Atlantic Ocean, south by South Carolina and Georgia and west by Tennessee. North Carolina state total boundary length is 2,044 km. More than 62% of North Carolina's land area was forestland. The total forest land is 7,812,000 hectares. North Carolina State's capital is Raleigh. North Carolina State has subtropical climate, winters are short and mild, summers are very sultry and spring and fall are distinct and refreshing periods of transition. North Carolina State religious are late 19th century, the largest Protestant denomination was the Southern Baptists. The state has traditionally been overwhelmingly Protestant. Many North Carolinians left their farms at the end of the 19th century, they moved to mill villages that were well supplied with churches. Population wise the state rank is 10th among the all United States. North Carolina State total population is 8,320,146 in 2002 estimation. North Carolina State official language is English. Agriculture is the important industry in North Carolina. North Carolina led the nation in the production of tobacco and sweet potatoes, ranked 4th in peanuts, and was also a leading producer of corn, grapes, pecans, apples, tomatoes, and soybeans. The textile industry is the largest manufacturing sector in New Carolina.

      North Carolina Recreation, Culture and Attractions
North Carolina State has represented many cultures. North Carolina State has majestic mountains, gold piedmont, and refreshing beaches offer a wide variety of recreational experience. North Carolina State was home for many attractive areas of outdoor splendor where nature comes alive to rejuvenate and replenish our spirit. Visitors and natives enjoy water sports, hiking, camping, white-water rafting, skiing, and many more activities. North Carolina's popular attractions are Blue Ridge Parkway, a scenic motor route operated by the National Park Service that winds over the crest of the Blue Ridge in Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia, attracts millions of visitors to North Carolina yearly. And North Carolina was heart of the American motorsports. North Carolina State has three major league professional sports teams. North Carolina was home to the Charlotte Rage and the Carolina Cobras of the Arena Football League. On the college level, our teams are among the best in the most competitive conferences and our high school teams produce top recruits for colleges through- out the country.

      North Carolina State Demographics
North Carolina total population - 8,049,313
North Carolina male population - 3,942,695
North Carolina female population - 4,106,618
North Carolina white population - 5,804,656
North Carolina black population - 1,737,545
North Carolina American Indian and Alaska Native - 99,551
North Carolina Asian population - 113,689
North Carolina Hispanic or Latino population - 378,963

      North Carolina School Information
North Carolina State Board of Education is sponsored by the student loans from Student for education. North Carolina has 115 public school systems. North Carolina has been active in providing special programs for gifted students. North Carolina State has also largest school systems. North Carolina has rich education history. North Carolina opened the first public university in the United States in 1795. The state university system now embraces 16 campuses under a common board of governors. North Carolina has many private universities and education institutions.

North Carolina State Symbols

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North Carolina State Flag
North Carolina State Slogan
First in Flight
North Carolina State Song
The Old North State

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North Carolina State Motto
Esse quam videri
North Carolina State Mammal
Eastern Gray Squirrel
North Carolina State Dance
Clogging

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North Carolina State Fish
Southern Appalachian brook trout
North Carolina State Flower
American Dogwood
North Carolina State Insect
Honey bee

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North Carolina State Tree
Pine
North Carolina State Soil
Cecil
North Carolina State Bird
Cardinal

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North Carolina State Vegetable
Sweet potato
North Carolina State Ship
Shad boat
North Carolina State Fruit
Scuppernong Grape

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North Carolina State Shell
Scotch bonnet
North Carolina State Reptile
Eastern box turtle

      North Carolina State History
Around 10,000 years ago Paleo-Indian peoples are come to the North Carolina State. In Norh Carolina has three major language families were represented. There are Iroquoian, Siouan, and Algonquian. The Iroquoian tribes--the Cherokee, Tuscarora, Meherrin, Coree, and Neuse River were related linguistically and culturally to the Iroquois tribes to the north. Located primarily in the piedmont area, or central portion, of the state were the Siouan tribes. The Algonquian-speaking tribes represented the southernmost extension of predominantly Northeastern Woodlands tribes and were located entirely in the tidewater area of the state. The whites brought war, disease, and enslavement of the Algonkian and Siouan tribes. The federal government responded to the demands of land-hungry whites by expelling most of the Cherokee to Indian Territory along the so-called Trail of Tears in the year of 1838. After 60 yearts North Carolina became the scene of England's first experiment in American empire. After a second expedition returned without founding a permanent settlement, Raleigh sent out a third group under John White as governor in 1587. For a few years afterward, local residents had a more representative government, until the proprietors attempted to strengthen the establishment of the Anglican Church in the colony. Tuscarora Indians launched a war against the white intruders on their lands. The whites won the Tuscarora War in 1713. On April 1776, North Carolina provincial congress resolved in favor of American independence. In 1775 during which their region declared independence. In 1789 November the state was waited to ratify the US Constitution, becoming the twelfth state to enter the federal union. The second constitution drastically altered North Carolina government was adopted in 1868. Third North Carolina Constitution was ratified by the people of the state in the year of 1971. The North Carolina State was provided more troops to the Confederacy than any other state. North Carolina State was developed a system of state and local government during the years between the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

      North Carolina State Tourist Information
Tourism is the most important of the economy of North Carolina. North Carolina State tourism industry employs are more than 190,000 people. About 53% of visitors travel from the Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, New York, Maryland, and Ohio. North Carolina State was 6th most visited state in the country. The State tourism attractions are The Blue Ridge Parkway, a scenic motor route operated by the National Park Service that winds over the crest of the Blue Ridge in Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia, attracts millions of visitors to North Carolina yearly. Another popular attraction, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, straddles the North Carolina-Tennessee border. Tourists are attracted by North Carolina's coastal beaches, by golf and tennis opportunities.

      North Carolina State Transportation
North Carolina is maintained the largest highway system in the nation. The state transport goods farther inland, local laws were passed which directed that a road be built to the nearest landing. There are 17 publicly owned urban transit systems operating in North Carolina. There are nine types of public transportation currently operating in North Carolina. There are over 2,600 public transportation vehicles operating statewide. In North Carolina State Public transportation is $250M industry employing more than 5,000 people in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. North Carolina has 76 publicly owned and 225 privately owned airports. The North Carolina was the 2nd-largest state of transports system in the nation.

      North Carolina Taxes
North Carolina State Tax Rate Range Low 6.0% High 7.75%
North Carolina State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate 12,750 (n) - Highest flat rate 60,000 (n)
North Carolina State Personal Exemptions Single - 2,000 Married ? 4,000 Dependents ? 2,000
North Carolina State Sales Tax Rate on Food 4.25%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
North Carolina State Total Tax on Gasoline 30.15%, on Diesel Fuel 30.15%
North Carolina State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 35( per pack)
North Carolina State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.53($ per gallon)
North Carolina State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.79($ per gallon)

      North Carolina Universities
Duke University - 13,373 Students
Davidson College - 1,667 Students
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - 27,717 Students
Wake Forest University - 6,739 Students
North Carolina State University at Raleigh - 31,130 Students
Elon University - 5,230 Students
Appalachian State University - 15,117 Students
University of North Carolina at Asheville - 3,639 Students
University of North Carolina-Wilmington - 12,098 Students
Cabarrus College of Health Sciences - 334 Students

      North Carolina Religions
Christian - 84%
Evangelical Protestant - 41%
Mainline Protestant - 21%
Black Protestant - 13%
Roman Catholic - 9%
Buddist - 1%
Other religions - 3%
Non-religious - 12%

      North Carolina Counties
Alamance County, North Carolina - Population 130,800
Alexander County, North Carolina - Population 33,603
Alleghany County, North Carolina - Population 10,667
Anson County, North Carolina - Population 25,275
Ashe County, North Carolina - Population 24,384
Avery County, North Carolina - Population 17,167
Beaufort County, North Carolina - Population 44,958
Bertie County, North Carolina - Population 19,773
Bladen County, North Carolina - Population 32,278
Brunswick County, North Carolina - Population 73,143
Buncombe County, North Carolina - Population 206,330
Burke County, North Carolina - Population 89,148
Cabarrus County, North Carolina - Population 131,063
Caldwell County, North Carolina - Population 77,415
Camden County, North Carolina - Population 6,885
Carteret County, North Carolina - Population 59,383
Caswell County, North Carolina - Population 23,501
Catawba County, North Carolina - Population 141,685
Chatham County, North Carolina - Population 49,329
Cherokee County, North Carolina - Population 24,298
Chowan County, North Carolina - Population 14,526
Clay County, North Carolina - Population 8,775
Cleveland County, North Carolina - Population 96,287
Columbus County, North Carolina - Population 54,749
Craven County, North Carolina - Population 91,436
Cumberland County, North Carolina - Population 302,963
Currituck County, North Carolina - Population 18,190
Dare County, North Carolina - Population 29,967
Davidson County, North Carolina - Population 147,246
Davie County, North Carolina - Population 34,835
Duplin County, North Carolina - Population 49,063
Durham County, North Carolina - Population 223,314
Edgecombe County, North Carolina - Population 55,606
Forsyth County, North Carolina - Population 306,067
Franklin County, North Carolina - Population 47,260
Gaston County, North Carolina - Population 190,365
Gates County, North Carolina - Population 10,516
Graham County, North Carolina - Population 7,993
Granville County, North Carolina - Population 48,498
Greene County, North Carolina - Population 18,794
Guilford County, North Carolina - Population 421,048
Halifax County, North Carolina - Population 57,370
Harnett County, North Carolina - Population 91,025
Haywood County, North Carolina - Population 54,033
Henderson County, North Carolina - Population 89,173
Hertford County, North Carolina - Population 22,601
Hoke County, North Carolina - Population 33,646
Hyde County, North Carolina - Population 5,826
Iredell County, North Carolina - Population 122,660
Jackson County, North Carolina - Population 33,121
Johnston County, North Carolina - Population 121,965
Jones County, North Carolina - Population 10,381
Lee County, North Carolina - Population 49,040
Lenoir County, North Carolina - Population 59,648
Lincoln County, North Carolina - Population 63,780
McDowell County, North Carolina - Population 42,151
Macon County, North Carolina - Population 29,811
Madison County, North Carolina - Population 19,635
Martin County, North Carolina - Population 25,593
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina - Population 695,454
Mitchell County, North Carolina - Population 15,687
Montgomery County, North Carolina - Population 26,822
Moore County, North Carolina - Population 74,769
Nash County, North Carolina - Population 87,420
New Hanover County, North Carolina - Population 160,307
Northampton County, North Carolina - Population 22,086
Onslow County, North Carolina - Population 150,355
Orange County, North Carolina - Population 118,227
Pamlico County, North Carolina - Population 12,934
Pasquotank County, North Carolina - Population 34,897
Pender County, North Carolina - Population 41,082
Perquimans County, North Carolina - Population 11,368
Person County, North Carolina - Population 35,623
Pitt County, North Carolina - Population 133,798
Polk County, North Carolina - Population 18,324
Randolph County, North Carolina - Population 130,454
Richmond County, North Carolina - Population 46,564
Robeson County, North Carolina - Population 123,339
Rockingham County, North Carolina - Population 91,928
Rowan County, North Carolina - Population 130,340
Rutherford County, North Carolina - Population 62,889
Sampson County, North Carolina - Population 60,161
Scotland County, North Carolina - Population 35,998
Stanly County, North Carolina - Population 58,100
Stokes County, North Carolina - Population 44,711
Surry County, North Carolina - Population 71,219
Swain County, North Carolina - Population 12,968
Transylvania County, North Carolina - Population 29,334
Tyrrell County, North Carolina - Population 4,149
Union County, North Carolina - Population 123,677
Vance County, North Carolina - Population 42,954
Wake County, North Carolina - Population 627,846
Warren County, North Carolina - Population 19,972
Washington County, North Carolina - Population 13,723
Watauga County, North Carolina - Population 42,695
Wayne County, North Carolina - Population 113,329
Wilkes County, North Carolina - Population 65,632
Wilson County, North Carolina - Population 73,814
Yadkin County, North Carolina - Population 36,348
Yancey County, North Carolina - Population 17,774

      North Carolina State Government
North Carolina State government has operated under three constitutions is adopted in the years of 1776, 1868, and 1971. The State governor, lieutenant governor, and eight of the department heads are elected for four-year terms. The governor was appoints the heads of the other executive departments. The governor and lieutenant governor must be 30 years old; each must have been a US citizen for five years and a state resident for two. The Remaining department heads are elected appointed by the governor. North Carolina State has 100 counties, 541 municipalities, and 175 special districts. The state's highest court is the Supreme Court. There are 99 superior court judges appointed by the governor to eight-year terms. The Appellate Division consists of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals.

      North Carolina State Economy
Gross product of North Carolina was $424.9 billion in 2010. The state main income based on the agriculture nearly 50% of state income. The North Carolina is depending on agricultural crop is Tobacco. The agricultural outputs of North Carolina are hogs, broilers, turkeys, milk, cattle, eggs, tobacco, soybeans, corn, peanut, sweet potato, blueberries and strawberries. The manufacturing is developed after 1880 in North Carolina. The manufacturing outputs of North Carolina are tobacco products, Chemicals, computer and electronic things. The state economy also based on mining, fishing and services. The mined outputs of North Carolina are Crushed stone, granite, limestone, phosphate, lithium, mica, olivine and clay. The North Carolina state government encourages the outside investment industries. The services of North Carolina are finance, real estate, business, research facilities, wholesale, retail and insurance.

      North Carolina State Parks
Appalachian National Scenic Trail - Maine to Georgia, CT,GA,MA,MD,ME,NC,NH,NJ,NY,PA,TN,VA,VT,WV: There are no fees. It is open continuously year-round. Delaware National Scenic River - HQ in Bushkill PA; the Delaware River forms the boundary between the states of, NJ,PA: There are no Entrance Fees to the park. Visit centre is OPEN 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. DAILY until Sunday November 1, 2009. OPEN weekends from Saturday, November 7 through Sunday, December 13, 2009. Ellis Island National Monument - NJ,NY: Fee is $12.00 for adult, $10.00 for Seniors 62 and over and $5.00 for Children 4-12 per day. Opening hours are 9:00 AM - 5:15 PM. Gateway National Recreation Area - Brooklyn, Queens & Staten Island, New York and Monmouth County, North Carolina, NY,NJ: There are no entrance fees. It is open year round from sunrise to sunset. Great Egg Harbor River - NJ: There is no fee. These areas open all year round and have different schedules of operation. Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River - PA,NJ: There is no "entrance fee" to this park. Morristown National Historical Park - Morristown, NJ: There are no fees. North Carolina Coastal Heritage Trail Route - the coastal and shore regions of North Carolina with headquarters in Newport, NJ: Some have seasonal parking fees. North Carolina Pinelands National Reserve - Southeastern North Carolina, NJ: There are no entrance fees. It is open at around year. Thomas Edison National Historic Site - West Orange, NJ: Entrance Fee is $7.00 par seven days. Opening hours are 9:00am - 5:00pm.

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Looking for furnish room for rent close to silver city I am a travel nurse working in silver city until march 18 starting Jan 24
 
 
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