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First guns are fired in Civil War at Union installation at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, over question of southern states' right to secede from the Union.
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NORTH CAROLINA - Haywood County - Vacant / Not In Use

Citizens Bank and Trust Company Building, Former (added 1991 - - #91000261)
Haywood County - 161 N. Main St. , Waynesville
(1 acres, 1 building)
Historic Significance: Event
Area of Significance: Commerce
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Commerce/Trade
Historic Sub-function: Financial Institution
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use

Davis Family House (added 1996 - - #96001527)
Also known as Davis--Forbes House
Haywood County - N side of NC 1355, .8 mi. NW of Ferguson Br. over the Pigeon River , Crabtree
(80 acres, 1 building)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Rathbone, D.R., Arrington, R.F.
Architectural Style: Other
Area of Significance: Architecture
Period of Significance: 1875-1899
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use, Work In Progress

Frog Level Historic District (added 2003 - - #03000854)
Haywood County - Roughly bounded by Commerce and Boundary Sts., Water St. and Richland Creek, Depot St., and 80 Commerce St. , Waynesville
(49 acres, 16 buildings, 1 structure)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event
Architectural Style: Romanesque, Early Commercial
Area of Significance: Architecture, Commerce
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924
Owner: Local , Private
Historic Function: Commerce/Trade, Defense, Social
Historic Sub-function: Arms Storage, Meeting Hall, Restaurant, Specialty Store, Warehouse
Current Function: Commerce/Trade, Social, Vacant/Not In Use
Current Sub-function: Meeting Hall, Specialty Store, Warehouse

Way, Dr. J. Howell, House (added 1980 - - #80002846)
Haywood County - 301 S. Main St. , Waynesville
(15 acres, 3 buildings)
Historic Significance: Person, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Unknown
Architectural Style: Colonial Revival, Queen Anne
Historic Person: Way,Dr. J. Howell
Significant Year: 1899
Area of Significance: Architecture, Health/Medicine
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic, Health Care
Historic Sub-function: Medical Business/Office, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use




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