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Honeysuckle Hollow

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Honeysuckle Hollow
Honeysuckle Hollow

Honeysuckle Hollow, North Carolina

Honeysuckle Hollow is part of a 100 acre tract purchased by my grandfather about 1932.  The remainder of it is now owned by my brother and sister and is unoccupied at this time.  Until a Read more...

Honeysuckle Hollow is part of a 100 acre tract purchased by my grandfather about 1932.  The remainder of it is now owned by my brother and sister and is unoccupied at this time.  Until a few years before he passed away, my grandfather raised hogs one it and slaughtered, smoked, cured, and sold pork.  Until the 1820s, when the frontier was moved by treaty to a ridgeline a few miles to the west, this place was part of the Cherokee community of Sandtown.

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George: Campsites are in the woods behind my house.   Water is from a spigot on the side of my house.   My...
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