Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Early, Middle, Late Woodland, Late Archaic and Paleoindian dating back to 9999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these Cumberland County historic places including Gen. James Giles, Capt. Henry E. Raabe, Nathaniel Murry and Jeremiah Buck.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Cumberland County places including Stowman, Charles H., & Sons, Tatnall-Brown Co., N. & S. Middleton, Lynchburg Foundry Co., J.O. Betelle, William Wrifford, U.S. Lighthouse Board, Jeremiah Buck and William H. Lee. Prominent architectural styles found in Cumberland Country are Federal, Colonial and Georgian.