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Home Office: 1938

Home Office: 1938

1938. "Smith Furnace, office, Lincoln County, North Carolina." A relic of the charcoal-iron industry, with its forges and furnaces, that grew up in the years after the Revolutionary War. Photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston. View full size.

 

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Smith Furnace AKA Vesuvius Furnace

Home to General Joseph Graham of the Revolutionary War, and located on Vesuvius Furnace Road, in Denver, North Carolina.

Today its an event center known as Vesuvius Vineyards.

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