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1860, December 20
South Carolina, rapidly followed by six other southern states, secedes from Union in reaction to election of Lincoln, who opposes extension of slavery into western territories. These states organize the Confederate States of America.
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NORTH CAROLINA - Henderson County - Vacant / Not In Use

Bryn Avon (added 1999 - - #99000437)
Henderson County - Jct. of River Rd. and Mallett Rd. , Etowah
(1279 acres, 6 buildings, 2 structures)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event
Architect, builder, or engineer: Bell, Jesse W.
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival, Other
Area of Significance: Landscape Architecture, Social History, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic, Landscape, Other
Historic Sub-function: Garden, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling
Current Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic, Funerary, Landscape, Religion, Vacant/Not In Use
Current Sub-function: Animal Facility, Cemetery, Garden, Religious Structure, Single Dwelling

Main Street Historic District (Boundary Increase) (added 2006 - - #06001140)
Henderson County - Roughly N. Main St., Second Ave. W, W. Allen St., N. Washington and First Ave. E. , Hendersonville
(40 acres, 7 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architectural Style: Early Commercial, Classical Revival
Area of Significance: Commerce, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1950-1974, 1925-1949
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Commerce/Trade
Historic Sub-function: Business, Processing, Specialty Store
Current Function: Commerce/Trade, Vacant/Not In Use
Current Sub-function: Business, Specialty Store

Reese House (added 1995 - - #95000676)
Henderson County - 202 S. Washington St. , Hendersonville
(9 acres, 1 building)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Brown, James
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Area of Significance: Architecture
Period of Significance: 1875-1899
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
Current Function: Vacant/Not In Use




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