Archive for July, 2011

President James Polk’s Home In Charlotte Is A Must

July 30th, 2011 by admin

Charlotte, North Carolina is a vibrant modern city with a great deal of excitement. This city encompasses a vast variety of attractions for visitors and residents alike. One of these attractions is the James K. Polk Historic Site. Inside Mecklenburg County contains the land and replicated homestead where the 11th President of the United States [...]

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Visit A Historic Plantation In Charlotte North Carolina

July 27th, 2011 by admin

Plantations were successful industries in America’s early past and several of historical significance is still in existence. Charlotte, North Carolina, is home to several plantations that have been preserved. The Latta Plantation was built in 1800 and was owned by Ireland immigrant James Latta. He grew cotton with the help of 34 enslaved people on [...]

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Have Fun Outdoors With Rafting And Kayaking

July 23rd, 2011 by admin

If you have not had the thrill of rafting or kayaking on a river, you are missing an experience of a lifetime. Spending time outside floating the river can create memories you will never forget. You will be able to see scenes of nature on the river that can not be enjoyed any other way. [...]

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The Various Museums Of Charlotte, North Carolina

July 21st, 2011 by admin

There are a number of great museums in Charlotte, North Carolina that give off a rich history for cultural and artistic aspects. One nice museum to go to in Charlotte is the 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum that not only includes the history of the 82nd Airborne Division but also a lot of military [...]

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