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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Anderson - Anderson Main Library SC R 975.677 Stack Sharon (Text) 22960000644228 Adult SC Reference Available -
York - Rock Hill Branch SCR 975.6775 STACK (Text) 33205010548044 Adult Special Collection Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780738597973
  • ISBN: 073859797X
  • Physical Description: print
    127 pages : illustrated, portraits ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, 2013.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 126).
Formatted Contents Note: Work -- Worship -- Live -- Study -- Play -- Celebrate.
Subject: Kings Mountain (N.C.) History Pictorial works
Kings Mountain (N.C.) Social life and customs Pictorial works
Business enterprises North Carolina Kings Mountain
Church buildings North Carolina Kings Mountain
Schools North Carolina Kings Mountain
Cleveland County (N.C.) History
Business enterprises North Carolina Cleveland County
Church buildings North Carolina Cleveland County
Schools North Carolina Cleveland County
Gaston County (N.C.) History
Business enterprises North Carolina Gaston County
Church buildings North Carolina Gaston County
Schools North Carolina Gaston County
Charlotte (N.C.) History
Business enterprises North Carolina Charlotte
Church buildings North Carolina Charlotte
Schools North Carolina Charlotte
Charlotte Metropolitan Area (N.C.) History
Business enterprises North Carolina Charlotte Metropolitan Area
Church buildings North Carolina Charlotte Metropolitan Area
Schools North Carolina Charlotte Metropolitan Area

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Kings Mountain
Kings Mountain
by Stack, Sharon; Walsh, Stephanie
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Kings Mountain


A gold rush in the 1790s brought people to an area in North Carolina known as White Plains. With the promise of prosperity from the gold rush and an abundance of land suitable for farming, the area was soon settled by Scotch-Irish and German pioneers. As the railroad was being built, officials asked the local postmistress to name the new railroad station. She chose Kings Mountain, after the Revolutionary War battle fought eight miles south. Over time, Kings Mountain has flourished with industries, churches, education, and cultural institutions while the friendly, hardworking residents have found success in the mines and textile mills. Kings Mountain looks back over 100 years of the city's residents as they work, study, worship, play, and celebrate their heritage.
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