Lincoln County Revisited

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Arcadia Publishing, 2003 - History - 128 pages
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Lincoln County, on the quiet side of Charlotte, offers all of the amenities of a big city, yet miraculously maintains its small-town charm. It remains an alluring historic town resting only a few miles from the Queen City. With the help of the Lincoln County Museum of History and the Lincoln County Historical Association, the county and its residents are able to relish in its history and anticipate its future.

Lincoln County Revisited, a companion to Images of America: Lincoln County, features never-before-seen vintage photographs that chronicle the history of the county from the late 19th century through the 20th century.

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Family Ties
33
Business as Usual
53
Many Faces of Lincoln County
75
Education and Sports
107
Sources
125
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Once again, Jason Harpe and the Lincoln County Historical Association have compiled a collection of photographs that offers readers candid views of the way things once were and how they have been transformed to accommodate a new century of growth and prosperity. With contributions from the Lincoln County Museum of History archives and the attics of longtime residents, Lincoln County Revisited presents the cherished times of yesteryear and showcases family reunions, business functions, downtown parades, athletic events, and political gatherings. These images preserve the lives of the families who worked relentlessly to make Lincoln County a vital and viable part of the Old North State. Jason L. Harpe has served as the director of the Lincoln County Museum of History for seven years.

Once again, Jason Harpe and the Lincoln County Historical Association have compiled a collection of photographs that offers readers candid views of the way things once were and how they have been transformed to accommodate a new century of growth and prosperity. With contributions from the Lincoln County Museum of History archives and the attics of longtime residents, Lincoln County Revisited presents the cherished times of yesteryear and showcases family reunions, business functions, downtown parades, athletic events, and political gatherings. These images preserve the lives of the families who worked relentlessly to make Lincoln County a vital and viable part of the Old North State. Jason L. Harpe has served as the director of the Lincoln County Museum of History for seven years.

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