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  • Historic Rosedale PlantationHistoric Rosedale Plantation Charlotte, North Carolina
    The historic Rosedale Plantation was constructed in 1815 by Archibald Frew, who at the time was a tax collector, postmaster and merchant. He had come to the village of Charlotte in the late 1790s with his sister, Sarah; and started making trips to Philadelphia in hopes of bringing the goods he purchased back to the country. Eventually buying some property and opening a store in the village, his business grew, and in 1802, he started acquiring lands in the Sugar Creek area. That same year, he married Ann Cowan, whose father was important in the Sugar Creek community and was a former Keeper of the Weights and Measures for the county. Archibald was 30 and Sarah 20 years old when they married; and they went on to have 7 or 8 children.

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  • Mint Museum of ArtMint Museum of Art Charlotte, North Carolina
    The Mint Museum of Art can be found in Charlotte, North Carolina and is the former Charlotte Mint building, which opened in 1936, and became the first art museum in the state. It houses many great collections of photography, American art, contemporary art, pre-Columbian art, historic maps, American and European ceramics, Asian art, American decorative arts, African art and historic costumes and accessories. In their American art collection there are photographs, works on paper, paintings, sculpture and prints that span the colonial period to the second World War; focusing on three major areas; early 20th century realism, Federal portraiture and 19th century landscapes.

September 11, 2012