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Writer of fiction and poetry. "Fielding Burke," her pen name. Author of Call Home the Heart and Highland Annals. Home, 1925-68, was 1/4 mile N.
Captain of militia force which marched against the Cherokee in Nov., 1776. A fort which he built stood near here. His home was 200 yds. E.
Leader in fight against tuberculosis in North Carolina, Superintendent of State Sanatorium in Hoke County, 1914-24. His birthplace is 400 ft. W.
Here on land granted him in 1787.He erected the first house of whitesettlers west of the Blue Ridge.Capt. Moore and his troops camped nearhere when on the Rutherford Expeditionagainst the Cherokee in 1776.
Erected by Unaka ChapterDaughters of A…
Health & social resort during the nineteenth century; patronized by low-country planters. Springs are 600 yds. S.
First electric trolleysystem in N.C. opened,Feb. 1, 1889, bolsteringregional tourism. Servedtrain depot 1/4 mile S.E.
The expedition led by Gen. Griffith Rutherfordagainst the Cherokee,September 1776, passednearby.
The west Asheville & Sulphur springs electric railway ran from the springs to Government Street, at what is now Pritchard ParkFare 5?