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Cherry Hospital Museum

Cherry Hospital Museum

Opened by the state in 1880 for black citizens with mental illness; in 1959 Governor R. Gregg Cherry opened the hospital to all races. It now holds over a century of history with photographs, log books, and a variety of equipment once used at the hospital. www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/dsohf/cherry-hospital
Fremont Heritage Museum

Fremont Heritage Museum

Local history museum which promotes and preserves the history of the Fremont Community. The collection includes artifacts, photographs and printed materials for the education of the public.
North Carolina Cotton Museum

North Carolina Cotton Museum

The North Carolina Cotton Museum provides examples of farming equipment, clothing, and quilts made from cotton.
Northern Wayne Heritage Museum

Northern Wayne Heritage Museum

The museum exhibits artifacts, photographs, and other memorabilia related to the history of Pikeville.
Old Waynesborough Historic Village

Old Waynesborough Historic Village

Slip into the 19th century and experience life as it once was in Historic Waynesborough. Visit a family home, medical office, one-room school, law office, and a Quaker Meeting House. Picnic near the General Store and listen to a blacksmith beating upon his iron.

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Carolina Publishing

PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270

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