Dillsboro, North Carolina, is a quaint town filled with historic memories and artistic culture. Since the founding in 1889, millions have flocked to the area to escape from fast-paced living, and enjoy the beauty that Dillsboro has to offer. Sitting on U.S. Highway 441 and Federal Highways 19A-23 and State Highway 107, Dillsboro is a hub for traffic every day and provides a station for historians, artists and outdoorsmen.
In A Guide to Historic Dillsboro, Tyler Cook, Michael Lovett and Susan Shelton explore the treasures of Dillsboro and provide a detailed narrative of merchants that work hard to make Dillsboro a thriving town. Not only do they look into what makes Dillsboro so great, but provide tales that make you ponder on how the area has affected the nation, and what you can do to make sure your visit to Dillsboro is enjoyable and memorable.
All profits from the sale of this book will go to the Appalachian Women's Museum.
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About the Author
Michael Lovett is a senior in the communication program at Western Carolina University. His concentration is in public relations and his minor is marketing. Michael has lived in Jackson County for over ten years, and was very familiar with Dillsboro going into this project. Michael loves the outdoors and living in the mountains. He plans to remain in Western North Carolina after graduation. Over the summer of 2014, Michael interned with an Asheville-based firm, JB Media, and also got married. Michael will graduate from WCU in December, 2014.
Susan Shelton is a senior at Western Carolina University majoring in Communication, with a concentration in public relations and a minor in religion. Raised as a city girl, it didn't take her long to fall in love with the mountains and the local community. Since attending Western, she has spent countless hours hiking, swimming, and enjoying the outdoors. For as long as she can remember, she has loved exploring, and she plans to see as much of this world as she can. Her hope is that her career will help her accomplish that. Her goal is to live and work abroad for a non-profit organization. She spent the summer of 2014 interning with both the towns of Dillsboro and Sylva promoting their separate 125th Anniversary events.
Since 1993, Dr. Betty Farmer has taught communication and public relations courses at Western Carolina University and has been actively engaged in the community. In 2009, she was appointed special assistant to the chancellor for Dillsboro and charged with coordinating the university's community engagement effort to help the town of Dillsboro revitalize. She also served as the provost fellow for engagement and received WCU's inaugural award for Excellence in Community Service in 2014.