Clemmons, North Carolina (Images of America Series)

Clemmons, North Carolina (Images of America Series)

by Kevin White in association with the Clemmons Historical Society
     
 


In the mid-18th century, people began settling in the Clemmons area. In 1802, these roots of settlement took hold with the arrival of Peter Clemmons, a farmer from Delaware. Also a merchant, Clemmons built a home, still standing today, and tavern that catered to travelers. The community continued to grow and became known as Clemmonstown around 1816, making it one…  See more details below

Overview


In the mid-18th century, people began settling in the Clemmons area. In 1802, these roots of settlement took hold with the arrival of Peter Clemmons, a farmer from Delaware. Also a merchant, Clemmons built a home, still standing today, and tavern that catered to travelers. The community continued to grow and became known as Clemmonstown around 1816, making it one of the oldest established communities in the Triad area. Now known simply as Clemmons, it has firmly established a prominent place among Winston-Salem and the surrounding communities. It is the home of Tanglewood Park, one of the finest parks and outdoor recreational areas in the state. From its humble beginnings, Clemmons continues to attract an ever-growing population with its rural, small-town way of life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738592763
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
02/04/2013
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,120,509
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


A resident of Clemmons, Kevin White holds a strong interest in local history. Together with the Clemmons Historical Society, he has selected images from the society's archives as well as from members of the community to relate the history and events of Clemmons from its settlement to present day.

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