The Legends Of Brunswick County

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About the author:
J. C. Judah, M. Ed., NCC, NCLPC, is a longtime resident of Brunswick County, North Carolina. She recently retired from the school system after thirty years as a school counselor. She is the author of An Ancient History of Dogs, The Faircloth Family History, Building a Basic Foundation for Search and Rescue Dog Training, Buzzards and Butterflies, and Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches.

The Legends Of Brunswick County

Ghosts, Pirates, Indians And Colonial North Carolina

Authored by J. C. Judah

Legends provides a look into the past through the eyes of its early residents of Brunswick County, North Carolina. Historical documents, seafaring pirates, the Indian predecessors, notable cemeteries (including known slave cemeteries), local facts, and legends provide a historic representation of the figures and events that shaped the area through its residents, their last wills and testaments, and daily life of the 1700s to 1800s. The reader will meet Mary Hemingway, plantation owner and wealthy Holden Beach resident of the 1700s and Benjamin Smith, who later became a North Carolina Governor, as well as, Willie Fullwood, who is buried among the slaves of Brunswick County.
Legends will delight, inform, and preserve the past in this enchanting account of colonial life. This is a classic read about the original inhabitants and historical significant events and people of southeastern North Carolina.

Publication Date:
0615175864 / 9780615175867
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / North American

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