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(South Face)CSA 1861Our Confederate Dead (East Face)UDC1865 (North Face)1861"Love of God and loveof country are thetwo noblest passionsin the human heart.A man without a countryis an exile in the world.And a man without God isan orphan in et…
[Column Inscription]Commandancy of the Alamo -Bexar, Feby. 24th, 1836-To the people of Texas & all Americans in the world. Fellow Citizens & Compatriots -I am besieged, by a thousand or more of the Mexicans under Santa Anna — I have susta…
[Front] Johnston's first school opened on this site in 1873. The Male and Female Academy was a boarding school, with Rev. Luther Broaddus as its first principal. Alternately a private and public school during its early history, it was reorganized …
A house built for Emsley Lott about 1770, later Lott's Tavern and still later Lott's Post Office, stood here until it was demolished in 1918. Lott soon enlarged his one-room log house to become a tavern on the Columbia road. In 1839 his son John b…
PresidentCharlotte Columbiaand Augusta RailroadCommissary General of N.C.C.S.A.
Johnston, founded in 1868 as Johnston's Station on the Charlotte, Columbia, & Augusta Railroad and also known as Johnson's Turn Out, was named for railroad president William Johnston. It was first incorporated in 1875 and rechartered with its pres…
Donated in 1998 to the Town of Johnston in memory of the "Edwards Brothers," V.E. Edwards and E.B. Edwards, by children: Mrs. V.E. Edwards, Jr., Mrs. Helen H. Herlong, Mrs Mary E. Mathis, Mrs. Iza E. Salter, and by John S. Edwards, Sr., son of E.B…