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Horton Grove is one of the few remaining two story slave home left in the state of North Carolina. Located in the Stagville Historic Park, the building houses artifacts that display the life of a plantation slave in the 18th century on a tobacco farm. At its peak, this plantation had approximately 900 slave workers.

One of the two story slave houses at Pine Meadows. (Lies and Deceit: Book

NORTH CAROLINA: Tobacco | Patriotism In All 50 States  North Carolina accounts for more than 70% of America’s tobacco production. Pictured above is a Carolina tobacco field with a view.

NORTH CAROLINA: Tobacco

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina with tobacco field &a barn in foreground. Been there, grew up in this county.

"Roseville" is a musical play about the last harvest on a North Carolina tobacco farm in the early 1970s.   The family that's worked and lived on the farm for generations divides over their future, as some members resist the social and economic changes that are transforming their world, while others embrace them.  Competing dreams and divided lo...

"Roseville" is a musical play about the last harvest on a North Carolina tobacco farm in the early The family that's worked and lived on the farm for .

Old East men's dormitory and the oldest building at UNC

National Register of Historic Places listings in Orange County, North Carolina

Tobacco Barn ... I remember hours of working in tobacco with Mom, Dad and my sister.

Tobacco Barn, oh how I miss being in my papaws barn & the smell of the drying tobacco!

Getting ready to sell the tobacco at the warehouse.  Photo taken in eastern NC in 1955

Getting ready to sell the tobacco at the warehouse. Photo taken in eastern NC in 1955

Charlotte, NC. A humid day.

A humid day.

Tobacco curing barn 1926 by State Archives of North Carolina, via Flickr

Looping tobacco in Granville County, North Carolina, circa Photograph by Albert Barden. North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library.

Shoofly Tobacco, North Carolina, 1939. Dorothea Lange

July 1939 Shoofly North Carolina Tobacco field in early morning where white sharecropper & wage laborer are priming tobacco by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration

Christ Episcopal Church in Wake County, North Carolina.

Christ Episcopal Church (in Raleigh) became a North Carolina National Historic Landmark on Dec.

Burning Tobacco Barn, Rocky Mount, North Carolina  photo by Rosalie Gwathmey, 1943

Burning Tobacco Barn, Rocky Mount, North Carolina photo by Rosalie Gwathmey, This was a tragedy for the small farmer. This was likely a barn full of tobacco that he was preparing to sell.

Brightleaf tobacco hanging in old-fashioned stick barn for curing, NC

Images depicting the changing lifestyle of tobacco farming once so crucial to North Carolina

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