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for The State Vol. 5 Issue 39, Feb 1938
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The Swain House, a log cabin about 5 miles north and east of Asheville, became the birthplace of two governors. George Swain built the home in the late 18th-century after leaving the constitutional convention in Louisville. Two cousins born in the home, David Lowrie Swain and Joseph Lane, became governors of North Carolina and Oregon respectively.