Historic Preservation (buildings and records) (7)

Historic Preservation (buildings and records)
Carraway, Gertrude Sprague
by Cummings, Lindy. Gertrude Sprague Carraway defined her personal philosophy in three words: “history, education, and patriotism.” She said she “never had any specific goals,” yet her list of accomplishments was long. [...] (from North Carolina Historic Sites.)
El Capitolio
by . Extraído de Libro de hechos de El Viejo Estado del Norte. La propiedad literaria 2011 por la Oficina de Archivos e Historia de Carolina del Norte, Departamento de Recursos Culturale de [...] (from NC Office of Archives and History.)
Engstrom, Mary Claire
by . Mary Claire Engstrom was born in 1906 in Kansas City, Mo., and moved to Chapel Hill, N.C., to attend the University of North Carolina, earning her Ph.D. in English literature in 1939. She is best [...] (from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries.)
Exploring North Carolina: Historic Places, Monuments, Unique Cultural Sites & Natural Areas
by Agan, Kelly. Exploring North Carolina:  Historic Places, Monuments, Unique Cultural Sites, State Parks and Natural Areas NCpedia resources with historic site information, lists, and links North [...] (from NCpedia.)
Octagon House
by Brooks, Margie, Baum, Walter, Baum, Clare. Just south of the shores of Lake Mattamuskeet, North Carolina’s largest natural lake, stands the Octagon House. It was built in the Hyde County community of Lake Landing around 1857 by Dr. William T. [...] (from Government & Heritage Library, State Library of North Carolina.)
Swindell, Florence: WWI Women's War Record Collector For The NC Historical Commission
by Peek, Matthew M. Florence Mary Tankard Swindell was born on August 8, 1879, in the town of Washington in Beaufort County, North Carolina, to William Macon and Laura Davis Tankard. Florence married Lewis Dixon [...] (from NC Office of Archives and History.)
Temperance Hall
by Linville, Ray. Temperance Hall, formally known as the Richmond Temperance and Literary Society Hall, is a historic structure in Scotland County. Believed to be the only structure in North Carolina built to house a [...] (from Government & Heritage Library, State Library of North Carolina.)
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