Burnt Mill Creek, Market Street, National Cemetery, Cemeteries
Children play in a boat at Burnt Mill Creek. The third boy from right is Delmas D. Haskett, who is wearing his brother Harris’ pants. Note wood walkway across the creek. The fence of the National Cemetery is at right.
Soldiers from Fort Caswell, NC at an oyster roast at Lumsden's at Whiskey Creek. Oliver Hutaff is the young boy in the front, and George Hutaff, Jr., is at the back right behind the fence.
Oliver Cromwell Hutaff (1907-1980) was the son of...
The house was located on Dock Street behind the large Kidder House on the southeast corner of Third and Dock and was also owned by the Kidders. Louis T. and Florence Kidder Moore resided in the house from ca.1920 until 1926. The Moore's daughters,...
historic houses, tourist attractions, 18th century, decorative iron fence, gates, magnolia tree
Modern view of the front of the Burgwin-Wright House at the corner of 3rd and Market Streets. Built in 1770, it is a good example of an eighteenth century townhouse. It was the British General Cornwallis' headquarters during the Revolutionary War.