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CCC camps were established as a New Deal relief measure. Camp John Rock, among first, operated here, 1933-36.
U.S.Senator, 1873-79;Chief Justice of State Supreme Court, 1889-92.Birthplace was 1 mi. E.
[Freedom side of marker]:In honor and memory of those from Transylvania County who Sacrificed their lives in the Defense of Our CountryVietnamMilton Goldsmith · Joe D. Hudson · Reginald W. Lynch · Victor G. McCall · Wel…
First Transylvania County CourthouseBuilt in 1866-wood frame building Brick Courthouse and County JailBegun in 1879 and completed in 1881
Courthouse expanded andNew jail constructed in 1920.Courthouse and Jail BuildingRenovated in 1983 retainin…
in Memory of Weaver College 1872-1933Weaverville, North Carolina Dedicated April 3, 1992
Cast on January 29, 1841
These Bricks and the Hand-hewn Beams Were a Part of The Weaver College Administration Building Which was Constructed in Weaverville, North Carolina 1872
Methodist. Opened 1934 on campus of Brevard Institute after merger of Rutherford College (est. 1853) and Weaver College (est. 1873).
Erected by WPA in 1936-7 has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Places By The United States Department of the Interior 1994
Near this locationthe first meeting ofDunn's Rock MasonicLodge No.267A.F.& A.M.was held in stone buildingAugust 4, 1867
Date of CharterDecember 4, 1867
Site ofConesteelegendary lost setttlement of the ancient Cherokee Nation visited by British troops in 1725Disappeared 1777