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History and Heritage in Charlotte, NC

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Wing Haven

Charlotte, NC

Built in the late 1920s, these gardens offer a wealth of flowering varieties. The site of Wing Haven Gardens was on...


Historic Dowd House

Charlotte, NC

Built in 1879, this home became the headquarters of Camp Green in 1917. Visits may be scheduled by reservation onl...


St.Peter's Episcopal Church was established as a mission in 1834 and became a parish in the episcopal diocese of Nort...


Site of the first independent private hospital in North Carolina built exclusively for African Americans. Established...


Founded 1908 to promote sound civic management; Progressive era reform. First meeting held here attended by delegates...


J. P. Caldwell

Charlotte, NC

Editor of Statesville "Landmark" (1880-92), Charlotte "Observer" (1892-1909). His home stood at this point.


May 20, 1775 Abraham Alexander, Chairman • John McKnitt Alexander, Secretary • Ephraim Brevard, Clerk Hezekiah Alexan...


(front) 14 October 1947 30 May 2004 Helicopter Squadron HMM 263 DaNang RVN 31 January 1970 (rear) USMC Medal of Honor...


The Boeing CH-46 Sea Knight is a medium-lift tandem rotor cargo helicopter, used by the United States Marine Corps (U...


The Last Meetings of the Confederate Cabinet were held in this building and the surrender of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston ...


Honoring a distinguished business, civic and military leader. Member of North Carolina Highway Commission 1961-1965.


Lieut. Col. George Locke, killed by Tarleton's Dragoons, Sept. 26, 1780, Mecklenburg Chapter D.A.R. 1911


Mike McCormack

Charlotte, NC

Counselor and Friend President of Carolina Panthers 1994-1997 NFL Hall of Fame Inductee 1984 Cleveland Browns 1954-19...


Jefferson Davis was standing here when informed of Lincoln's death April 18, 1865


The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American ...


Metrolina Greenhouses

Huntersville, NC

Metrolina Greenhouses is one of the most automated greenhouses in the United States and is also the largest single...


The Bradford Store

Huntersville, NC

Come visit us! Sit in the rockers on our front porch, enjoy the breezes, relax in the countryside and stock up on ...


Daniel E. Rhyne

Gastonia, NC

Textile, furniture, and wagon manufacturer and banker. A benefactor of Lenoir Rhyne College. His grave 100 yds. E.


Battle Bigger's Ferry 1780, 3 mi. east of this point on Catawba River between Lord Rawdon's and Sumter's Forces. Whig...


During 1857, the courthouse opened in the "Publick Square." Here the county business and entertainment was conduct...

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