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1906Built to HouseThe Alamance GleanerPublished Weekly1875 - 1947
The Harden HouseGreek Revival ArchitectureBuilt and Occupiedby Peter R.HardenPioneer Merchant
In 1921 Principal E.P. Dixon started high school classes in nearby vacant cotton gin, naming school for the inventor Eli Whitney. In 1923 high school classes relocated to building on this site. In 1928 a primary grade school building was added fo…
Renaissance Revivalunaltered but for the new store front1902
The Memorial Is Dedicated To The Honor Of All The Brave Men And Women Of Alamance County Who Fought In Service To Their Country And In Memory Of Those Inscribed Here Who Died In Defense Of Our Freedom.
Civil WarJacob Adams, W.B. Adams, Calvin A…
1851Constructed by E. M. Holtfor mercantile useIn 1860housed Graham's first bank
Organized in 1899Housed in this buildingConstructed in 1906Remodeled 1924
1770 Sheriff of Orange County1775 Moore's Creek Campaign1779 August, GA, Charleston, SCStono Ferry, SC1780 Camden, SC, Charlotte, NCSalisbury, NC1781 Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Elizabethtown near Wilmington
At this site, Patriot militia commanded by Brigadier General John Butler ambushed loyalist militia commanded by Colonel David Fanning in an effort to free prisoners, whom the Loyalist had captured at Hillsborough the previous day.Although losses w…
On these grounds, Revolutionaries and Loyalists were buried together in mass graves by people of this neighborhood, who also cared for the wounded in their homes. Additional burials are at Spring Meeting House.