North Carolina’s Blacklands Treasure
Sandwiched between the Albemarle Sound and the Pamlico River, the Blacklands of Northeastern North Carolina is home to some of the most agricultural land in the country.
However, throughout history, the region’s murky swamps and wilderness have defeated many who have tried to utilize the land. A recent book, North Carolina’s Blacklands Treasure by Philip S. McMullan Jr., tells the story of the region and the pioneer farmers who were determined to conquer the land and turn it into an agricultural goldmine.
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