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Trouble Makers front cover FINALThe King’s Trouble Makers: Edenton’s Role in Creating a Nation and State (Hardcover) In 1776, Edenton and Chowan County comprised a flourishing and bustling hub, economically and politically.  The town was home to the first organized political activity by women in the American colonies, and it was home to signatories of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.  Governors of North Carolina called the town home, and a Speaker of the N.C. House and persons instrumental in the drafting of the first state constitution and its declaration of rights called Chowan County home.  Now is you chance to know more about these important leaders and their contribution to creating the Nation and State.

Hardback is $34.95

The King’s Trouble Makers paperback is $19.95

river and soundBetween the River and the Sound: The Architectural Heritage of Chowan County, North Carolina   Newly published by the Edenton Woman’s Club, this long-awaited sequel to “Edenton: An Architectural Portrait” includes history and pictures of historic homes and properties throughout Chowan County.  A must have for anybody with a connection to this region of North Carolina! $45

 

 

 

 

The King’s Trouble Makers: EdentonTrouble Makers front cover FINAL‘s Role in Creating a Nation and State (Paperback) In 1776, Edenton and Chowan County comprised a flourishing and bustling hub, economically and politically.  The town was home to the first organized political activity by women in the American colonies, and it was home to signatories of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.  Governors of North Carolina called the town home, and a Speaker of the N.C. House and persons instrumental in the drafting of the first state constitution and its declaration of rights called Chowan County home.  Now is you chance to know more about these important leaders and their contribution to creating the Nation and State. $19.95

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Edenton Furniture and Culture: Colonial and Federal Periods Edenton has a prestigious background, with many important historical figures calling it home in the 1700s. As a center of prosperity, a thriving business in cabinetmaking and furniture construction emerged. A regional style developed that was heavily influenced by local Scottish, English, and Irish craftsmen. A number of original chairs, tables, and other items are pictured in this book, and detailed information is provided about each piece.  $19.95