The Humphrey-Williams-Smith Plantation in Robeson County, and its owners, descendants of the original owner who established it in 1792, received the 1991 BARN-AGAIN! Farm Heritage Award. A national program sponsored by the National Trust and SUCCESSFUL FARMING magazine, BARN-AGAIN! seeks to preserve historic farm buildings and promotes their use agriculturally. The well-preserved, working 556-acre farms has buildings dating back to 1784, in addition to a 3,000-volume library dating back to 1792.