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Cemetery 'Funerary Art', A Yarn Factory, A Dye House: 8 New NC National Registry Additions
Late last week it was announced that several NC buildings had been added to the National Register of Historic Places. We've highlighted eight of those buildings here.
It's no surprise that the gorgeous Flat Top Estate was added to the list. But some of the other additions may surprise you. They give a nod to beach-style architecture, to our textile history, and to integration.
As you may know, The National Register of Historic Places is "the nation's official list of buildings, structures, objects, sites and districts worthy of preservation for their significance in American history, architecture, archeology and culture."
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