Archive for the 'NC History' Category

08
Jul
12

The Far Side

I’ve posted pics of the Old Guilford Mill before, but not from this angle.

07
Jul
12

Leave Me Alone

I’d be cranky, too, if I had to wear a fur coat in 100+ degree heat.

20
May
12

Segregation In The South

This weekend I visited Historic Halifax, the provincial seat of North Carolina in 1776 and a stop along the Underground Railroad. Ms. Prince is buried in the African-American cemetery (map JPG), with at least one other person whose grave is marked. The cemetery is up the hill from the main square and the church (white) graveyard.

19
May
12

Rockfish Capital of the World

Welcome to Weldon, N.C.

18
Feb
12

Through the Looking Glass

The Isley House at the Greensboro Historical Museum.

18
Nov
11

nc history: charlotte hawkins brown museum

In 1902, Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown established the Palmer Institute, an educational center for African Americans. The site is now a museum, located in Sedalia, North Carolina. It’s one of those small state historic landmarks that you discover by accident…I was there for a meeting and learned so much about the site and Dr. Brown. She was by all accounts a remarkable woman.

13
Nov
11

road trip

This may be the last really beautiful weekend of the year. At least that’s what I told myself as I headed out the door for a road trip. I found myself down in Seagrove, the heart of NC pottery country, and the Pisgah Covered Bridge.




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