Posts Tagged ‘library of congress’

— New owner of abandoned Frying Pan Shoals Light Tower brings back first impression: “It smelled like 1964.” — No casualties when antique cannonball dug from beach near Fort Caswell belatedly goes boom! (Unlike 1941, when two members of the Coast Artillery Corps at the antebellum Fort Macon suffered shrapnel wounds after rolling what they […]

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— Click away a leisurely afternoon with these 206 images of Asheville from the Library of Congress. — “The Nylon Capital of the World… need not embellish its past with a bogus story about Leonidas Polk.” — The distinctive architecture of Gaston County’s oldest building “came down the Great Wagon Road.” — Hugh McColl Jr. […]

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