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The road from New England to Charleston, over which mail was first carried regularly in North Carolina, 1738-39, passed near this spot.
Gashed with honorable scars
low in glory's lap they lie,
though they fell, they fell like stars,
streaming splendour through the sky.
On this site, from 1895 to 1983, stood the new Methodist Church of Edenton. It was a brick structure, a model of elegance and arrangement. The building replaced a wooden church that was located on Eden Street from 1857 to 1895.
Prior to that ti…
Founded by local investors in 1898, mill had major impact on local economy.Deeded to the Historic Preservation Foundation of NC in 1995.
From 1898-1923 more than seventy dwellings existed on five streets for mill families.Deeded to the Historic Preservation Foundation of NC in 1995.
U.S. Minister to Mexico; chief justice, La. Supreme Court.; La. adjutant gen., 1863-65; taught at Edenton Academy. Lived here.
Attorney-General of Colony, 1745-1761. Leader of faction which opposed Governor Dobbs. Secretary to Lord Granville. Home was 2 blocks S.
The principal town of the Weapemeoc Indians, visited by Ralph Lane and his colonists in 1585-1586, stood near present-day Edenton.
Signer of the Federal Constitution, member of Congress, historian. Home was 4 blocks S.E.
Oldest courthouse in use in North Carolina. Built about 1767. Whig centre in Revolution. Stands 3 blocks S.E.