Vance equated the Democratic Party with sectionalism which he believed dangerous to the best interests of North Carolina and the South.
Determined to oppose it, he cast his allegiance with the declining Whig Party.
In 1906 the Raleigh and Pamlico Sound Railroad Company decided to bring the railroad through the Whitley and Horton family farms in eastern Wake County. The company received its charter on February 15, 1906.
Arendell organized the Zebulon Company for development that same year.
A 13-year-old girl committed suicide after being bullied at school for being tall.
Morgan Musson, who was 6ft, was allegedly tormented by fellow pupils over a period of seven months.
Shortly thereafter, they began to divide up their 49 acres (20 ha) into lots, blocks, streets and avenues.
On February 16, 1907, the town was officially recognized as Zebulon, North Carolina.
The cast includes: Patricia Neal as Olivia, Edgar Bergen as Grandpa, William Windom as Charlie Snead, Woodrow Parfrey as Ike Godsey, and Cleavon Little as Hawthorne Dooley.
Three of the members are elected in one year and the two remaining members and the mayor are elected two years later.
The mayor, as the principal elected official of the town, provides leadership to the governing body and the community, and presides over board meetings.
As the legislative body of Zebulon, the Board's primary responsibilities include establishing town policies and adopting an annual budget.
Local municipality budgets, for each fiscal year, must be adopted by June 30 each year.