North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 145. State Symbols and Other Official Adoptions § 145-23. State birthplace of traditional pottery

The Seagrove area, including portions of Randolph, Chatham, Lee, Moore, and Montgomery Counties, is designated as the official location of the birthplace of North Carolina traditional pottery.

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