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Around Walnut Cove and Danbury, North Carolina (Images of America Series)
     

Around Walnut Cove and Danbury, North Carolina (Images of America Series)

by Kyle A. Berrier
 

Walnut Cove and Danbury are situated on the Dan River in northern North Carolina. Walnut Cove’s first settler arrived in 1750, and the area was officially incorporated in 1889. After incorporation, Walnut Cove grew into an industrious town that featured a gristmill, a blacksmith shop, and a branch of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Located 10 miles

Overview


Walnut Cove and Danbury are situated on the Dan River in northern North Carolina. Walnut Cove’s first settler arrived in 1750, and the area was officially incorporated in 1889. After incorporation, Walnut Cove grew into an industrious town that featured a gristmill, a blacksmith shop, and a branch of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Located 10 miles northwest of Walnut Cove is Danbury. Danbury was chosen as the county seat when the county was divided in 1849. While no official Civil War battles occurred in the town, it supported the Confederate army by operating the Moratock Iron Furnace, which is preserved today as Moratock Park. Additionally, the Stokes County Museum of History is located at the Wilson Fulton house, a wonderfully preserved mid-19th-century home in Danbury. Around Walnut Cove and Danbury showcases the rich industrial and community history of these notable North Carolina Piedmont towns.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781467121026
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
03/28/2014
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
127
Sales rank:
1,302,681
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


Author Kyle A. Berrier is a young and active community member who strives to preserve the history and heritage of his home county. He is a descendant of the first settler of Walnut Cove. Images were gathered from community members in order to honor and highlight the area’s rich past.

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