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The Tar Heel State
   is a nickname for the state of   
North Carolina
Unofficial nickname. Nicknamed for a Civil War battle where North Carolina Confederate troops "stuck out" a battle alone when other troops fled the field.
North Carolina
   state capital is   
Raleigh
North Carolina
   has the   
Tar Heels
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
North Carolina
   plays in the   
ACC
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
A Tarheel
   lives in   
North Carolina
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
   is located in   
North Carolina
Also in Tennessee. The park straddles the ridgeline border between the two states. Founded in 1934, encompasses 814 miĀ².
North Carolina Avenue
   costs   
$300
Green
I-95
   crosses   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   has the state flower   
American Dogwood
North Carolina
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
NC
1983
   champions were   
North Carolina State
1974
   champions were   
North Carolina State
Andrew Jackson
   was born in   
North Carolina
Historians unsure of whether it was North or South Carolina
James Polk
   was born in   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   has the motto   
"To Be Rather Than To Seem"
Province of North Carolina
   was represented by   
William Hooper
North Carolina
   flag is   

The original North Carolina flag bore the date May 20th 1861, the date of secession from the Union.
North Carolina
      
Is the Originating State of the Krispy Kreme Doughnut Chain
Sweet Potatoes
   is/are an official state food of   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   has the telephone area code   
336
I'm a Tar Heel Born
   is the fight song of   
University of North Carolina
Cold Mountain (2003)
   was set in   
North Carolina
Nicole Kidman, Jude Law
Brown Mountain Lights
   is/are   
Balls of As Yet Unexplained Light in North Carolina
Seen for several hundred years, investigated twice by the United States Geological Society, with no solution
Virginia
   lies to the north of   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   lies to the north of   
South Carolina
North Carolina
   has   
The Wright Brothers 1903 First Flight
Joined union in 1789, quarter released in 2001
Locust, Hickory, Durham,
   are all   
Cities in North Carolina
Uwharrie Mountains
   are situated in   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   the highest point is   
Mt. Mitchell, 6,684
Mitchell is the highest point East of the Mississippi River
Croatan National Forest
   is situated in   
North Carolina
Nantahala National Forest
   is situated in   
North Carolina
U.S.S. North Carolina
      
Helped Land Marines at Guadalcanal
Commissioned April 1941 -- BB-55
Charlotte
   is situated in   
North Carolina
Raleigh
   is situated in   
North Carolina
North Carolina
   has the   
Cardinal
(Cardinalis cardinalis)1943
Yadkin Valley
   is situated in   
North Carolina
Lowe's Motor Speedway
   is in   
Concord, North Carolina
1.500-mile oval
North Carolina
   has a population of   
9,061,032
10th among all States and Territories
USS North Carolina
   was the first   
Navy Ship to Carry and Operate Air Craft
1916
2009
   champions were   
North Carolina
Won their 5th national title. North Carolina 89, Michigan State 72
North Carolina
   has the state insect   
Honeybee
University of North Carolina
   is in   
Chapel Hill
Flagship campus of the oldest public university in the US
North Carolina State University
   is in   
Raleigh
Roanoke River
   runs through   
North Carolina
410 miles long
Alligator River
   is located in   
North Carolina
Protects an expanse of diverse wetland habitats in northeast coastal NC
Mattamuskeet
   is located in   
North Carolina
Roanoke River
   is located in   
North Carolina
Forested wetlands in the lower 130 miles of the Roanoke River
12th
   state to join the union was   
North Carolina
November 21, 1789
North Carolina
   joined the U.S.A in   
1789
November 21, 1789
Andrew Johnson
   was born in   
North Carolina






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