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The seat of Cumberland County and site of Fort Bragg can also claim a prominent place on the literary map. Authors whose works were inspired by the town include Charles W. Chestnutt, Lucille Miller Johnson, Harry L. Watson, and Harry Stein.
St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church has been a source of social justice and spiritual enlightenment. On the National Registry of Historic Places, it has long historical ties with its area’s black community. The church founded for a black congregation also helped to found the Howard School, a parochial school, and social hall to military families denied access to the local USO.
History relived during horse drawn carriage rides, courtesy of Cool Spring Downtown District and S&S Carriage Rides, include North Carolina’s role in the creation of the Bill of Rights.