13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXXXX)
1. Abandoned 'Jail and Wedding' Chapel A tiny, abandoned building has "Jail and Wedding Chapel" painted on its front in old-styling lettering as a modern-day roadside photo-op in North Carolina. Very Marfa, Texas. Found on Flickr/ Roadside America. 2. Yearbook “Class Favorites” from th
Thanks for sharing, Theresa Neisler McKeithan This home was in Bladen County, NC. The little building on the left was were meals were cooked and had a massive fire place. It was built by a doctor and had a building to the right that was his office. It was built around 1800-1830's. It was torn down this year. 2013
Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management Resources and Research Tools for Historical Societies, Organizations and the General Public
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The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.
In 1916, the Croatan Indians of Sampson County issued a plea for an Indian School for their children as had been provided in Robeson County.