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Buried deep within the hills and hollers of North Carolina's majestic Appalachian Mountains are stories, traditions and a proud cultural heritage unlike any other. Hidden History of the Western North
The Story of Hardee’s | Our State
Hardee’s Burger chain founder Wilber Hardee abandoned his namesake brand soon after launching it, but he never ventured far from the burger business.
SUNDAY'S OBITUARY - Edward Martin Horst (1882-1916)
Death Notice - Edward Martin Horst from Birmingham Age-Herald , Nov. 5, 1916 "The remains of Edward M. Horst, who died at Ashe...
(Image: Catawba at The Corn Exposition 1913 Rock Hill) "When the English first settled South Carolina about 1682, they estimated the Catawba at about 1,500 warriors, or about 4,600 people in total. They named the Catawba River and Catawba County after the indigenous people. By 1728, the Catawba had been reduced to about 400 warriors, or about 1400 persons." Although their numbers continued to decline throughout the 19th Century, by 2006 their population stood near 2600.
Asheville’s Fortress of Art: The Biltmore Estate | Our State
A top-secret scheme during World War II made a room at the Biltmore Estate a hidden vault for our nation’s most valuable works of art.
The History of the Mile-High Swinging Bridge
Since 1952, Grandfather Mountain’s Mile-High Swinging Bridge has challenged millions of visitors to abandon solid ground and revel in some of western North Carolina’s most inspiring views.
Civil War ~ The Battle of Asheville ~ Asheville NC
See the Earthworks for the Battle of Asheville at The Botanical Gardens at Asheville in gorgeous Asheville NC!