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The Anson County Historical Society was formed in the 1950’s by a group of Ansonians interested in preserving the heritage of Anson County. Site includes pictures and discussion on historic buildings in Anson County.

From 1917 through 1918, the grounds of the Mountain Park Hotel in Hot Springs, North Carolina housed German civilians who were in the United States during World War I. These civilians were comprised of the crews of the German commercial ships which…

The World War II Service of William L. Hurley, Intelligence Evaluation Officer, U.S. Army Air Corps. 1942-1946 by William Enestvedt, grandson April 3, 2003

This Historical Society website is for the original Norfolk & Southern Railway that ran from Norfolk, VA to Charlotte, NC withvarious branches (Aberdeen, Asheboro, Beaufort, Belhaven, Carthage, Columbia, Durham, Ellerbe, Fayetteville, Goldsboro…

Artifacts and Stories of Historical Interest from the Cizewski, Lovetere, Musbach, & Robinson Families. This is a collection from the military service of Anson Croman (Union) and the American Civil War, Philip Lovetere and World War One, Felix A.…

An Interactive Online Database of Artifacts at the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Electronic monograph (published by UNC Press) that describes the history and archaeology of Occaneechi Town, an Indian village near present-day Hillsborough, North Carolina, that was visited by explorer John Lawson in 1702.

The Textile Heritage Museum is located in the Company Store and Office Building in the Glencoe Mill Village. The building was purchased for the museum in February 2004 and is an ongoing restoration project as well as a museum highlighting the textile…

This website is for students, faculty and community members who are interested in locating information related to repatriation issues. More specifically, this website's goal is to provide information about NAGPRA as it relates to California…

A growing collection of historic photographs, dating from 1850 through today, from the archives of the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society portraying the culture, architecture, people, and environment of Wilmington and its surroundings. Currently this…