If a local Native American's plan comes to fruition, Wayne County might one day be defined, in part, by an igloo, wigwam and turtle garden. Goldsboro resident Dreamweaver believes eastern North Carolina needs an Eastern Woodland Indian market -- one that puts art and traditions from tribes on display. The design work was recently done by East Carolina University students. And
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