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for The Laurel of Asheville Vol. 11 Issue 4, April 2014
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Pamella O'Conner originally spent 35 years in theatre before making a switch to crafting beautiful floral-inspired lamps.
Jack Fisher sought out 756 acres in Madison County in order to create a riverside retreat. This area became French Broad Crossing, which is monitored by the Southeast Regional Conservancy.
Asheville's Buncombe Turnpike connected thousands of drovers from Tennessee and North Carolina to South Carolina's railroads. The turnpike provided French Broad River residents with a way to get their herds across the river. Eventually, the West Asheville Bridge was constructed in 1911 to the flood of traffic across the French Broad River.
Joyce Kilmer was an American poet, writer, and Sergeant, and is remembered in this article that details his impressive scouting operations into dangerous territory and his subsequent death in 1918 at the hands of a German sniper.
AsheVillage Institute is a nonprofit that helps people reconnect with nature by building knowledge and skills about growing food sustainably and taking care of the environment.