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TRADITIONAL NORTH CAROLINA FOODS


  • Barbecue
  • Chitterlings
  • Fried Cornbread
  • Brunswick Stew
  • Muscadines
  • Scuppernongs
  • Cheerwine
  • Hatteras Clam Chowder
  • Headcheese
  • Liver Pudding
  • Pickled pigs' feet
  • C-loaf
  • Country ham
  • Chicken
  • Pimiento Cheese Sandwiches



 

   

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA?


  1. The Metrolina: Charlotte-Gastonia-Salisbury, North Carolina-South Carolina - population 2,338,289

  2. The Triangle: Raleigh-Durham-Cary-Chapel Hill, North Carolina - population 1,690,557

  3. The Piedmont Triad: Greensboro—Winston-Salem—High Point, North Carolina - population 1,603,101

  4. In 1860, North Carolina was a slave state, in which about one-third of the population of 992,622 were enslaved African Americans. This was a smaller proportion than many Southern states. In addition, the state had just over 30,000 Free Negroes. The state did not vote to join the Confederacy until President Abraham Lincoln called on it to invade its sister-state, South Carolina, becoming the last or second to last state to officially join the Confederacy. The title of "last to join the Confederacy" has been disputed because Tennessee informally seceded on May 7, 1861, making North Carolina the last to secede on May 20, 1861. However, the Tennessee legislature did not formally vote to secede until June 8, 1861.

  5. African-Americans make up nearly a quarter of North Carolina's population. The number of middle-class African-Americans has increased since the 1970s. African-Americans are concentrated in the state's eastern Coastal Plain and in parts of the Piedmont Plateau, where they had historically worked and where the most new job opportunities are. African-American communities number by the hundreds in rural counties in the south-central and northeast, and in predominantly African-American neighborhoods in the cities: Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Fayetteville, Wilmington and Winston-Salem.

  6. North Carolina's strong state system supports several well-known historically African-American colleges and universities such as North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University, Winston-Salem State University, Elizabeth City State University, and Fayetteville State University. Along with its public universities, North Carolina has 58 public community colleges in its community college system.

  7. The Blue Ridge Mountains of the Shining Rock Wilderness Area. Due to geography, rich history, and growing industry, North Carolina provides a large range of recreational activities from swimming at the beach to skiing in the mountains.

  8. Western North Carolina barbecue is commonly referred to as Lexington barbecue after the Piedmont Triad town of Lexington, home of the Lexington Barbecue Festival which attracts over 100,000 visitors each October. Eastern North Carolina pork barbecue uses a vinegar and red pepper based sauce and the "whole hog" is cooked, thus integrating both white and dark meat.

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DEMOGRAPHICS & QUICK FACTS
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Demographics of North Carolina
By Race White Black American Indian Asian Hispanic
total population 70.0% 25.3% 1.2% 1.7% 6.5%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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QUICK FACTS:
  1. North Carolina ranks #40 as best states to live.  Source

  2. Percentage of black-owned firms, 8.1%

  3. 51.7% of North Carolinians are female and 48.2% are male.


STATE SYMBOLS:

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The Flag of the State of North Carolina


  • Flower - Dogwood
  • Tree - Pine
  • Song - “The Old North State”
  • Fruit - Scuppernong Grape
  • Insect - Honeybee
  • Bird - Cardinal
  • Rock - Granite
  • Mammal - Gray Squirrel
  • Reptile - Eastern Box Turtle
  • Gemstone - Emerald
  • Shell - Scotch Bonnet
  • Historic Boat - Shad Boat
  • Beverage - Milk
  • Dog - Plott Hound
  • Colors - Red and Blue


    Nickname: Tar Heel State; Old North State

    Motto(s): Esse quam videri (official); First in Flight

    Capital: Raleigh


10 LARGEST CITIES:
  1. Charlotte
  2. Raleigh
  3. Greensboro
  4. Durham
  5. Winston-Salem
  6. Fayetteville
  7. Cary
  8. Wilmington
  9. High Point
  10. Asheville
 


 
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