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9 year old Mammoth donkey Life expectancy 50 years. Dead broke, that means..
Greenville, South Carolina
About Biltmore Forest, NC In 1916, there was a substantial flood in Asheville, North Carolina that caused significant damage to portions of the Biltmore Estate. The affected land was sold to lessen the upkeep and tax burden on The Biltmore Company. The town of Biltmore Forest was chartered in 1923. The first houses were built on White Oak Road. In 1929, Asheville, North Carolina annexed a portion of Biltmore Forest, but that action was reversed by an act of the North Carolina legislature in 1935.
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