1903 public laws – Ch. 340 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 340 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH GRADED SCHOOLS {N PLYMOUTH. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all that territory embraced within the following limits, viz: Beginning at the mouth of Connaby Creek where it empties in the Roanoke River, thence with the various courses of said creek and Peacock swamp to the dividing line of the lands of A. T. Tetterton and the Windley heirs, thence with said line to the line between the Newberry farm and the land of W. F. Lucas, and with said line to the western line of the right-of-way of The Washington and Plymouth Railroad Company, thence with said western line of the said right-of-way to the western line of the right-of-way of the railroad used by the Roanoke Railroad and Lumber Company for conveying logs to the mill of said lumber company, thence with said last named western line of said railroad to Welches Creek, thence with said creek to the Roanoke River, thence with the said river to the beginning, shall be and is hereby constituted a graded school district for the white and colored races.

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