A Community of Cultures
Hoke County, North Carolina has many wonderful assets, and its most important assets is its people. The population is a grand mix of many cultures. Each ethnic group has its own heritage and culture. While they are different in some ways, they are alike in others. We all make one county together. We all make our county complete.
Hoke County is located in the southeast part of North Carolina. It borders Cumberland, Robinson, Scotland, and Moore counties. Within its 414 square miles you will find farms, businesses, industry and residents who enjoy a nice living in a wonderful community.
Raeford is located right in the middle of Hoke County. Raeford is 25 minutes from Fayetteville, N.C., 30 minutes from Pinehurst, N.C., and 90 minutes away from Raleigh, N.C. Hoke County has 10 schools and over 28 churches, and is close to several universities and colleges. Citizens enjoy activities such as golf, tennis, horseback riding, and swimming.
The 1990 census showed the following information about the population of Hoke County:
We decided to get some input from people as to how they got to Hoke County, and these are our results. We did not get as much response as we wanted in that only 12 of about 40 surveys were sent back, but this is what we did discover.
This table shows categories of what brought people to Hoke County.
This table shows the ethnic groups who responded to our survey.
Hoke County is made up of many different cultures working together to make our community complete.
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