No craftsman of their day left a more indelible mark on North Carolina than Thomas Day, whose personal story is as fascinating as his skill as a woodworker.
Built around 1850, this home has many stories hidden within its walls and one particularly tragic story that came to define it.
This old country store was much like so many others shops of its day that residents relied on for supplies and connection to their community.
But this one was propelled to national fame in 1939 when a famous photographer from California passed through this quiet crossroads in rural North Carolina.
Built in 1908, one Virginia family erected this stone chapel in honor of their son who passed away too soon.
Empty in South Carolina, this historic home has a story as interesting as its architecture.
This old church is all that is left of a community founded one family of early Florida settlers.
The ruins of Elm Bluff hold the story of Alabama’s earliest settlers and the people who came to be enslaved here.
This impressive farmhouse was the dream of one man and his wife until their family became embroiled in a tragedy that rocked their community.
This massive home started as a modest log cabin and was the first permanent structure in the village. Today, it sits empty and in danger of being demolished.
This home and the adjacent building once served as a farmhouse and doctors office for a rural farming community in South Georgia.