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Table of Contents Introduction Acknowledgements Haywood County, the Beginning The Early History of Western North Carolina When Haywood County Came Into Being Where the Justices (Esquires) Lived The People of Haywood County Waynesville, the County Seat and Richland Creek Little Waynesville The Enlarging of Waynesville Where the Buildings were from 1896 through 1931 and in 2006 The Original Main Street of Waynesville The People of Main Street Richland Creek and the Nearby Communities East of Waynesville The People of Raccoon Creek The People of Flowery Gardens (Center Pigeon) Bethel (Peter Cove Branch) Pigeon River Shook's Land (Clyde) The War Ford of Pigeon (Canton) Dutch Cove Beaverdam and Hominy West Fork of Pigeon River (Lake Logan Way) East Fork of Pigeon River (Cruso) West of Waynesville Dellwood The People of Scotts Creek Oconaluftee River, Soco Gap and Nearby Locations North of Waynesville The Mystery of the Burnt Cabin The People of Jonathan Creek and North Crabtree (and Iron Duff 1879) Fines Creek (Twelve Mile Creek)(Crystal Creek) South of Waynesville Allen Creek Hazelwood Somewhere in Haywood County The County at Large Lake Junaluska Maggie Valley Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Haywood County (N.C.) -- History.
Haywood County (N.C.) -- History -- Anecdotes.
Haywood County (N.C.) -- History, Local.
Haywood County (N.C.) -- Biography.