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Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina
History
Restored frame railroad depot, circa l903
Wilmington, North Carolina
Historic House, Historical Society
Built in 1852, the Latimer House is an Italianate mansion with elegant columns and ornate Victorian furnishings and displays. Restored Victorian gardens, lace brick walls and a fountain grace the outside. It is a true piece of Wilmington history, having been the home of three generations of the Latimer family before being acquired by the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society.
Huntersville, North Carolina
History
l800 Catawba River home of a Mecklenburg county merchant, James Latta.
Kenansville, North Carolina
Historic House
Kenan family l800's Southern plantation home with l0 support buildings.
Lincolnton, North Carolina
History, Historical Society, Library
The Lincoln County Historical Association and Lincoln County Museum of History is the Lincolnton and Lincoln County only professionally-operated museum, and continues to the serve a larger audience of genealogists, businesses, history buffs, and preservationists with an experienced and dedicated staff and committed group of volunteers. The Association and museum has broadened its scope of services with a new website www.LincolnCountyHistory.
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