THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION PRESENTS:
Located on the Campus
of A-B Tech Community College at
283 Victoria Road
Asheville, NC 28801
iscover Asheville’s first brick mansion,
now restored as the Asheville History
Center at the Smith McDowell House
Built by one of antebellum North Carolina's most influential citizens, the Smith-McDowell House was once the home of mayors, a Civil War major, and friends of the Vanderbilts. Rescued from destruction, Asheville's oldest surviving dwelling is now a National Register property and a window into how life was lived here in the 19th century.
ASHEVILLE HISTORY CENTER WILL BE CLOSED
MON. DEC. 22 - FRI. DEC. 26.
WE WILL REOPEN SATURDAY, DEC. 27 AT 10 A.M.
FROM OUR HOME TO YOURS - HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
HILLBILLY LAND: MYTH AND REALITY OF APPALACHIAN CULTURE
THROUGH MAY OF 2015
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The Western North Carolina Historical Association and Smith-McDowell House Museum