4617 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-4617
Tobacco Barn Links
Tobacco and Farm History Museums and Sites
The Duke Homestead State Historic Site (Durham, Durham County)
The Tobacco Farm Life Museum (Kenly, Johnston County)
Silk Hope Farm Heritage Park (Silk Hope, Chatham County) Created by the Silk Hope Ruritan Club. Sponsors the Old Fashioned Farmers Day event in September and the Silk Hope Spring Celebration in May.
For technical information about preserving log barns, a good starting point is the National Park Service's Preservation Brief # 26, The Preservation and Repair of Historic Log Buildings, and Preservation Brief # 20, The Preservation of Historic Barns. Visit the NPS Technical Preservation Services page for links to other Preservation Briefs and information.
Bright Leaves: Tobacco Materials in the Collection of NCSU Libraries
Tobacco History Timeline. A remarkably comprehensive yet succinct history of tobacco, with scores of links, posted by Gene Borio's Tobacco.org.
Additional Tobacco History Links presented by Tobacco.orgArticle on Tobacco Baskets, formerly used to take tobacco to market, posted by In Season Herbs and Baskets of King, N.C.
Agencies and Organizations
The North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Also see the NCDA Marketing Division Tobacco Site with figures on tobacco production since 1919.
Preservation North Carolina, the statewide non-profit preservation advocacy membership organization.
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