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Take a whirl in a whirlybird for a sky-high glimpse of the world that few people ever experience. Enjoy a panoramic view of the lush countryside and the splendor of the cityscape f...
Secretary of Agriculture and later of the Treasury under Wilson. College president and author. His birthplace stood 60 yards north.
Commander-in-chief of Allied armies, 1918, made a speech at the Union County Courthouse, on December 9, 1921.
Governor, 1917-21, first in state nominated by a Democratic primary. N.C. Attorney General, state legislator. Birthplace was 50 ft. north.
Merchant, philanthropist, and Presbyterian layman. Opened first store, May 29, 1888, two blocks east.
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The reconstructed house is typical of those during Polk"s childhood. The kitchen and house are authentically furnished with period pieces from the early 1800s. The visitor cen...
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Spark your grandchildren's artistic side and visit Stewart's Village Gallery. Filled with pottery, jewelry, wrought-iron pieces, garden accents, and decorative artworks, this studio...
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Welcome to the Museum of the Waxhaws and Andrew Jackson Memorial, a regional history museum dedicated to the history of the Waxhaws region and the memory of our nation's 7th Preside...
The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American War, settlement of the Oregon boundary dispute, and the annexation of ...
The Mint Hill Historical Society has set out to preserve the history of the area that includes a time when country doctors were paid in eggs instead of cash - and herbs were used ...
Take the grandchildren on a vacation across the world so they can learn about different cultures and ways of life. There's a way to do that without ever leaving the area. Visit th...
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