MORE THAN A NEWSPAPER. A COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896.
Roots of Lucama
Date: 12/11/2012 Album ID: 1580643
Photos by Gray Whitley
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Oak trees line Main Street in Lucama that were planted in the late 1800's by Larry Edward Newsome and Andrew Branch. Read the story by writer Olivia Neeley in the Nov. 10, 2012, edition of The Wilson Times. (Photos by Gray Whitley)
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Nicky Simpson stands on a stump of an oak tree at Main Street in Lucama that was originally planted in the late 1800's by his grandfather L.E. Newsome and Andrew Branch.
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