2 edition of Cameron plantation in central North Carolina (1776-1973) and its founder Richard Bennehan found in the catalog.
Cameron plantation in central North Carolina (1776-1973) and its founder Richard Bennehan
Charles Richard Sanders
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Lexington Plantation is a neighborhood in Cameron, North Carolina. View homes for sale, photos, maps, school ratings and more at These 15 Terrifying Things In North Carolina May Haunt Your Dreams. Since I was a young girl, I’ve been told the haunting stories, legends, and myths of North Carolina. It starts with grandparents or uncles trying to get a good spook in, but then, for me at least, it turned into me having to know the WHOLE story.
Here in “A Mind to Stay: White Plantation, Black Homeland” (Harvard University Press), is the remarkable story of black slaves who migrated in from North Carolina to a acre. University trustee Paul Cameron was North Carolina's largest slaveholder in and one of the wealthiest men in the South. He ow acres of land and slaves in Orange County and more plantations in Alabama and Mississippi. Cameron was a political ally of President David Swain, who contributed funds to reopen the university after.
From the gardens to the historic circa home and the plantation stableyards, this is truly a magnificent example of Lowcountry South Carolina plantation living. Middleton Place is open a.m. to p.m. every day except Dec. Guided tours are available or you can take a self-guided one. Cameron became a trustee of The University of North Carolina in , was judge of the superior court from to , and at various times served as president of the State Bank of North Carolina, clerk of the North Carolina Supreme Court, and member of the board of internal improvements. Between and he served five terms in the.
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In addition to tending to plantation operations, Paul was a State Senator from During this time, he was involved with the committee on banks and currency. He unsuccessfully ran for re-election in At the onset of the Civil War, Paul Cameron was considered the wealthiest man in North Carolina.
A portrait of Duncan Cameron in the kitchen of the Bennehan House at Stagville Plantation. The Cameron family lands and enslaved community were combined with those of the Bennehan family around Author: Myah Ward.
Get this from a library. The Cameron Plantation in central North Carolina () and its founder Richard Bennehan. [Charles Richard Sanders]. The book, Piedmont Plantation, by Jean Bradley Anderson, provides a historical overview of the Bennehan-Cameron families in North Carolina.
Available from the Historic Preservation Society of Durham and resellers on Amazon. Historic Stagville is a state historic site that includes the remnants of the one of the largest plantations in North Carolina. The Bennehan-Cameron family owned approximat acres of land, and claimed ownership over about people who were enslaved on this property.
Stagville protects a fraction of the land from that plantation. 25 Sept. –6 Jan. Paul Carrington Cameron, planter, agricultural reformer, railway and road builder, and friend of education, was born at Stagville, the home of his grandfather, Richard of Duncan and Rebecca Bennehan Cameron, he was named after his father's old law teacher.
His own early teachers were Willie P. Mangum, John Rogers of Hillsborough, and a Dr. The Cameron Plantation in central North Carolina () and its founder Richard Bennehan by Charles Richard Sanders Call Number: C S21c Publication Date: River Run is a large plantation in North Carolina.
It was purchased in by Hector Cameron, and produces timber, pitch, turpentine, tobacco and indigo. AroundHector Cameron emigrated with his wife from Scotland to North Carolina, where he purchased a large tract of land. He cleared the forest, built a house and a sawmill, and bought slaves to work the mill and newly planted fields of.
What happened at the Cameron plantation was historically unusual. As a research subject, it was unusual as well. Generations anchored on a single stretch of land, documented in a white planter’s archives and black families’ oral histories, allowed me to trace a narrative of black life in a single community fromthree decades before the migration to the west, forward to The Cameron Plantation in Central North Carolina ( - ) and Its Founder Richard Bennehan.
Durham, NC. Seeman Printery: Family: Carver: Carver, Keith R. The Carver Family Source Book, Volume II. 5th Edition. Pelham, MA. This book provides information about the descendants of William Carver of Person County. The Cameron Village Shopping Center opened in with three stores and one restaurant.
The open-air shopping mall was not only Raleigh's first shopping center away from downtown but also is considered the first shopping center constructed between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia. ByCameron Village, a “town within a town,” comprised 65 stores, business or professional. Piedmont Plantation tells the history of a unique plantation complex in North Carolina and of the Bennehan and Cameron families that owned and developed it.
The narrative covers one hundred and fifty years and is based primarily on research in the many thousands of family papers deposited in the Southern Historical Collection at the University Reviews: 3. InPaul Cameron, 36, a North Carolina planter, hoping to become even wealthier, bought a 1,acre plantation in Hale County and brought down from Carolina.
Northridge Plantation is a neighborhood in Cameron, North Carolina. View homes for sale, photos, maps, school ratings and more at The Cameron family of Orange County was one of antebellum North Carolina's wealthiest families.
On the eve of the Civil War, Paul Cameron and his siblings owned over one thousand slaves and nearly thirty thousand acres of plantation land in Orange, Wake, Person, and Granville Counties, as well as plantations in Alabama and Mississippi. Piedmont Plantation book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Piedmont Plantation book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Piedmont Plantation: The Bennehan-Cameron Family and Lands in North Carolina” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5(2). Jocasta Cameron Innes is the youngest sister of Ellen, Colum, and Dougal MacKenzie, and grew up with her siblings at Castle Leoch.
She was a very skilled artist, like her sister, before she gradually lost her sight. She has married four men, the most recent of which is Duncan Innes.
Jocasta MacKenzie was born in to Anne Grant and Jacob MacKenzie. She was their sixth child and fourth daughter.
Welcome to Cameron, NC Voted best antiquing area by Our State magazine and heralded by Southern Living magazine, Cameron is a destination for serious collectors and weekend browsers alike. Deemed the Dewberry Capital of the World, Cameron was once the end of the line for the Raleigh and Augusta railroad, becoming a bustling commercial center in.
Get this from a library. Piedmont plantation: the Bennehan-Cameron family and lands in North Carolina. [Jean Bradley Anderson; Historic Preservation Society of Durham.; North Carolina.
Historic Sites Section. Research Unit.] -- Richard Bennehan () moved in from Virginia to land just purchased in Orange (later Durham) County, North Carolina, which included the town of Stagville.
Following its use in English colonization of North America, the mortgage became a central component of the British West Indian plantation system during the 18th century.
To increase circulating capital, West Indian planters sought loans from British lenders, using their plantations as collateral.  Mortgage lenders included merchants such as. While Jocasta Cameron's home is a fictional place, the product of author Diana Gabaldon's world-building, there were two actual plantations near where River Run is set in .Find your refuge in The Sanctuary at Cameron Plantation!
Located just minutes from Madison, you will find the acre Lot 23 on the corner of Patrick Rd and Sanctuary Circle just inside the north gated entrance.
This lot has a gorgeous view and water frontage on the smaller acre lake.The Bennehans and Camerons were wealthy southern planter families residing in central North Carolina, just northeast of the current city of Durham.
Two plantations associated with the families have been preserved in North Carolina--Stagville, a state historic site with an active descendants group, and the adjacent Fairntosh, a privately held.