Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Preservation Vol. Issue 113, Fall 1999
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An Italianate villa built in the late 1859s on a large plantation west of Tarboro, Coolmore house is an excellent architectural specimen (designed by E. G. Lind), and an excellent cultural example of a cotton plantation (home of J. J. W. Powell).
An architectural element dominant on the Wilmington skyline is steeples. Noffke discusses Wilmington's religious architecture and the influences that shaped the current exhibition at Bellamy Mansion.
With the growth of urban sprawl in North Carolina, Howard discusses how historic preservation can make smarter growth in the state even smarter.