Craven County Digital History Exhibit

What New Bern Has To Offer You, Page 28

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The accessibility to market for both raw material and the finished product, renders it at once a natural site for cotton mills wood working plants of all kinds, tobacco factories, furniture factories, barrel, box and crate factories, canning establishments, and a dozen other small plants which under judicious management should thrive well and prove highly remunerative to all concerned.

We need new blood in the matter of emigration. The territory is entirely too large to ever be developed within ourselves, and we stand ready to extend the glad hand to all honest people who desire to locate among us for the purpose of utilizing the great agricultural and manufacturing opportunities this section has to offer.

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Images scanned by John B. Green, III.  Text prepared by John B. Green, III and Victor T. Jones, Jr.
This page last edited on August 19, 2009.

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