GIS METADATA: DATA SOURCES, DATA STATUS, AND DATA DISCLAIMERS
11-02-2017

Data Sources and Mapping Procedures: A general description of how sites have been mapped
GIS Status Map (jpeg): Shows general level of data coverage and completion by county
Survey Status Summary Reports: (PDF) An account of survey activity by county since the 1970s as of 12/2014; prepared by Claudia Brown and Chandrea Burch. This is a searchable PDF.
HPO GIS Web Mapping Services:  (PDF) ArcGIS users may also load this data as layers in an MXD in ArcMap.  In addition to our property and district vector data, services include rasters of all of our 1500 marked-up USGS maps generated by the survey, National Register, and environmental review programs from the 1970s to 2010.  USGS maps are organized by county, and alphabetized within each county.  This memo provides URLs to the services and installation instructions.
Data Download: HPOWEB users who need to perform spatial analyses on HPO data within their own GIS systems may download those data from a zipped file, which is updated monthly. 

GIS data disclaimers and special mapping issues by County: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

GIS Staff: MTS = Michael Southern; ASE = Andy Edmonds; JPD = Jessica Dockery; SWF = Sam Franklin

Statewide

123 Fire Towers identified by the North Carolina Division of Forest Resources (now, the North Carolina Forest Services) were mapped in April 2011.  The Description field for these mapped resources includes a DFR identification number, a year of construction, and a height in this format: DFR 701: 1964 99'9" tower.  As such, they can easily be located by searching on DFR in the Description field.  --ASE.

204 bridges identified as determined eligible by the North Carolina Department of Transportation in the 2005 Historic Bridge Inventory were mapped in November 2012.  The Description field for these mapped resources includes a DOT identification number, a year of construction, a design description, and other information in this format: 1920 reinforced concrete slab (DOT 330373): only example in NC with mushroom columns.  As such, they can easily be located by searching on DOT in the Description field.  --ASE.



Alamance County

Survey mapped by SWF 1/2011, including the 2002 survey update by Benjamin Briggs.
Designations mapped by MTS 7/2010.

Three of the NCRR Company Shops buildings (SL) need verification of location/condition (and existence?)
AM0745 NCRR Company Shops Foundary
AM0746 NCRR Company Shops Machine Shop #2
AM0747 NCRR Company Shops Carpenter Shop
All are near AM1472 Roundhouse (SL), now Amtrak station. The Roundhouse and Foundry were nominated together as a non-contiguous double listing (early 80s?) but were never listed.

Otherwise no issues. All SLHD boundaries are tentative/conjectural.

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Alexander County

MTS mapped designations 11/2009.
SWF mapped 1988 reconnaissance survey by Vickie Mason 12/2010.

59 of 62 resources in NCHPOsurvey database mapped.

Couldn't locate Hiddenite Milling Co. Bank (DOE 1988) Not on USGS & insufficient location description.

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Alleghany County

Designations mapped by MTS 2009.
Survey mapped by MTS 2009 from points marked by Jean Sizemore in the 1981 survey; confirmed insofar as possible against county aerials and the 1983 survey publication by Sizemore.

213 of 270 non-archaeological resources in NCHPOsurvey database mapped.

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Anson County

Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010. No issues
Partial survey from 1980s not mapped.

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Ashe County

Designations mapped by SWF 7/2010.
Sherry Wyatt's 2004-2005 survey mapped by SWF 2010; verified against aerials/street view insofar as possible.

All designations accounted for.

There are 3 more SLs mapped than in roster because there are four places marked on Sherry Wyatt's map as SL but not in roster. Need to be checked against files:
AH0166 Bryon Sexton House
AH0243 Joseph Alfred Sutherland House
AH0245 Wilson House

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Avery County

Designations mapped by MTS 9/27/2009
1986 recon survey by Ted Alexander mapped by MTS as marked on USGS topos 1/2012.

These DOEs appear to be incorrectly identified as Avery County resources, as they are located in Transylvania County:

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Beaufort County

Designations mapped by MTS 2010.
Survey in progress and not mapped.

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Bertie County

Designations mapped by ASE and MTS 7/2010

2008-2009 survey by Laura Blokker mapped from data PINs and scans of her newly marked USGS maps 12/2010.

All 22 NRs mapped except Rhodes Site (Archaeology)
All 51 SLs in roster accounted for, including 32 added in 2010 after Blokker survey.

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Bladen County

Designations mapped by MTS in 2010, with the exception of BL0010 "Annie Wooten McAuley House" (DOE, 1989). 
No address information available.

 Rural surveyed properties were mapped by ASE in April, 2011 using the 1974 survey marked on an enlarged DOT county road map. Many places appear to be no longer extant.

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Brunswick County

Designations mapped by MTS 2010.
2008-2010 survey by Dan Pezzoni mapped by county GIS. Mapping should be current and complete.

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Buncombe County

NR mapped by MTS; many SL and DOE also mapped, but many not marked on USGS maps and files are not in Raleigh.

Buncombe County update (as of 30 March 2011)(--ASE.)

All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped, with the following exceptions, due to insufficient locational information:

  • Austin Avenue Historic District, (DOE, 12-Feb-97)
  • Biltmore Forest Historic District FHwA, BN2482 (SLDOE, 1982/1988)
  • Brucemont Circle (Honeyhurst) Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Chestnut Hill HD - amendment, (SL,14-Jan-99)
  • Colburn Apartments, (SL, 11-Apr-85)
  • Countryside Apartments FHwA, (DOE, 29-Jun-90)
  • Forest Hill Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • French Broad Ave. Residential Historic District, (DOE, 10-Feb-95)
  • Haywood Road/Westwood Commercial Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Hillside Street Historic District (HUD), (DOE, 19-Oct-94)
  • Homeland Park Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Kenilworth Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • League House CDBG, (DOE, 27-May-94)
  • Lucerne Park Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Montreat Historic District, BN0549, (SL, 13-Jan-83)
  • Normandy Road (Fontainebleau) Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Peter Thompson House, (SL, 19-Sep-74)
  • Sandymush Historic District, BN0647, (SL, 10-Nov-79)
  • Shadrick Guthrie Farm, BN1230 (SL, 12-Jan-95)
  • Shiloh Historic District, (SL, 08-Apr-99)
  • South French Broad Avenue Residential H. D. (HUD), (DOE, 10-Feb-95)
  • Teague House, (DOE, 27-May-94)
  • The Rock Church, (SL, 14-Apr-94)
  • Vermont Avenue Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • West Asheville Commercial Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • West End Historic District, BN1824, (SL, 08-Apr-99)
  • Westwood Place Historic District, (SL, 14-Jan-99)
  • Zealandia (Boundary Expansion), BN1258, (SL, 09-Apr-98)

    The following resources share the same Site Survey Number, BN1249:

  • Bacsom Lamar Lunsford House – labeled with this SSN on the topoquad
  • C.G. Worley House – not marked in any way on the topoquad

    The West Asheville-End of Car Line Historic District (NR, 2006) is listed in Roster as BN1838, but is kept in the NR filing cabinet in a folder labeled BN1833, the SSN of the cross-referenced Haywood Road Historic District (SL, 2005). The NR nomination form also has BN1833 printed upon it. The NR district is labeled in GIS with BN1833. Bridge No. 193 is listed in the Roster/Logbook as BN1833i, but is mapped in GIS as BN----.

    The following sets of records appear to reference the same resource. They have been mapped using the first SSN only:

  • BN0272 R.P. Britten House (SL, 1980) and BN0245 Job Barnard House
  • BN0543 B.K. Miller House (SLDOE, 2002/1991) and BN0921 B.K. Miller House
  • BN0764 Robert William House and BN0927 Robert Williams House

    Sprinkles Log House (DOE, 1991) is listed in Roster in both Buncombe and Madison Counties (SSNs z-2799DOE and z-4286DOE), but is actually only in Buncombe County. It has been mapped with a SSN of BN----.

    Three resources are listed in the Roster in both Buncombe and Madison Counties, but are actually only in Madison County. They have each been mapped with a SSN of MD----:

  • z-3357DOE Mueller House/Farm (DOE, 1991) and z-3064DOE Ledford-Mueller House/Farm (DOE, 1991)
  • z-3358DOE Hunnicut House/Farm (DOE, 1991) and z-3065DOE Deaver-Hunnicut House/Farm (DOE, 1991)
  • z-2800DOE Buckner-Ponder Rock House (DOE, 1991) and z-4285DOE Buckner-Ponder Rock House (DOE, 1991)

    Bent Creek Campus of AFES has two boundaries:

  • The original extent of district is captured in BN0898 and set as a Surveyed Area
  • The current extent of district is captured in BN1251 and set as NR

    BN0321 Harold Clark House is listed as a surveyed property but was identified as DOE in TIP#U-3301 (2000).

    BN1248 Leicester Historic District is listed as Study Listed in 1996, but was also identified as DOE in TIP#U-3301 (2000).

    The Biltmore Estate Gatehouse is not listed in Roster or Logbook, but was identified as DOE in TIP#B-1070 (1992).

    All of the rural surveyed resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.

    It will be difficult to expediently map the remaining urban-centric, surveyed resources because of the absence of standardized addresses. While most have a street name, few have a house number included.

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    Burke County

    Designations and survey mapped by SWF 7/2010.

    26 of 27 SLs mapped. Can't map Alexander House (1982). No location description, not marked on USGS, file (if any) in Asheville.
    9 of 10 DOEs mapped. Can't map John Barnes House (DOE 1990). No location description, no report on shelf.

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    Cabarrus County

    Cabarrus County notes (as of 13 July 2009)(--ASE.)

    Rural locations refined against aerials, Street View, location descriptions, and ground photos by SWF 2011.

    All of the Study List properties have been mapped, with the following exceptions:

  • CA---- Cabarrus Ave/Depot Street Historic District. Unsure of location.
  • CA---- Craig Building (Demolished). Unsure of location. No more information in the 1985 committee meeting minutes.
  • CA---- Walker Farm (Archaeology).

    All of the properties shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped (the County Survey was conducted in 1981). Ten properties are marked on the topoquads, but are not listed in the Logbook as far as it is known. (Is the “Old Charlotte Road Filling Station” the same as the “Carolina Filling Station, CA0344?)

    All properties listed within the Logbook whose addresses appear to be rural or outside historic districts have been mapped. Two were found to be in a different county:

  • CA1095 Bridge #159 in Catawba County. The topoquad confirms the location address.
  • CA1097 For Pity's Sake - the file suggests it was on the north side of Kannapolis Lake (in Rowan County)
    These have been mapped in the other county with CT---- and RW---- SSN numbers.

    There are another 600 +/- properties in the Logbook which appear to be urban-oriented structures within the towns of Concord and Mount Pleasant. These have not been mapped, as they are likely within the many historic districts.

    There are at least six properties with missing files:

  • CA0105 “Maxwell Brothers Furniture Store”
  • CA0128 “Ezell House”
  • CA0129 “Saint John's Masonic Lodge”
  • CA0130 “Roscoe Family House”
  • CA0131 “White-Mitchell House”
  • CA0139 “Yorke & Wadsworth Hardware Co. Store”
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    Caldwell County

    Designations mapped by MTS 4/2010
    1987 recon survey by Vicky Mason mapped by MTS 1/2012 as marked on USGS topos with the exception of properties clustered in Granite Falls.

    Study List mapped except: 3 Demolished SLs with insufficient location information and no file in Raleigh: (Bank of Lenoir, Carlheim Hotel, Newland House)

    1 SL property with insufficient location information and not marked on USGS:
    Benedict Marcus Tuttle House (SL 1988), Old Morganton Rd near NC 18.

    DOEs mapped except: 4 properties DOE'd 1991 now in Green Park HD (Watauga and Caldwell counties, NR 1994):
    Craig House, Sprott House, and two unnamed houses. Elizabeth Bush House (DOE 2003) gone or mislocated).

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    Camden County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010.

    No special issues. There is only one SL in the county, Widow's Son Masonic Lodge, which is also DOE.

    No comprehensive survey ever undertaken for Camden County.

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    Carteret County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010.

    Queen Anne's Revenge (NR) not mapped; thus 13 of 14 NR mapped.

    Stella HD in roster as SL 6/8/2000. ER report suggests it was DOE'd about that time or a little earlier. May actually not be SL but only DOE. I made the point as SLDOE; boundary from ER report as DOE.

    2011 county survey by Ruth Little mapped 2012 by ASE and MTS.

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    Caswell County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2-2010.

    SLs: Sid Lea Log House, Williams House, Woods Covington House, and Roan-Johnston House (all early 1970s SLs) may all be gone. Isn't clear if the Abisha Slade Study List entry of 1969 (the first NRAC meeting!) is intended to mean Slade's Yanceyville House (destroyed 1976) or the Slade Farm (CS0183) where the brightleaf curing method was discovered.  The database shows the Yanceyville House as the SL.

    1972 survey by Tony Wrenn and Ruth Little mapped from files by SWF in 2012.

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    Catawba County

    Catawba County notes (as of 27 October 2009)(--ASE.)

    All of the Study List and DOE resources have been mapped and their locations verified.

    All of the resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.(Locations refined by SWF 4/2011).

    These pairs of SSNs appear to reference the same resources:

  • CT0389 and CT0644: Jason Sherrill / Early Sherrill House
  • CT0604 and CT0971: Whitner / Whitener House
  • CT0813 and CT0925: Brookford Mill Town / Brookford Mill Village HD

    CT1017 “Railroad Bridge & Factory Smoke Stack” has been plotted twice (CT1017-a and CT1017-b) to identify the two disparate locations of the railroad bridge and the smoke stack.

    The file for resource CT0462 “Duke Power Relay Station” contains no paperwork, but two photographs of buildings in (probably) two different places. One picture (N.75-6-2392) is of the Riverbend Steam Station near Mountain Island Lake, outside Stanly NC in Gaston County. A point has been plotted at this location on the Gaston County MXD map with a SSN of “GS----“. The second picture (N.72-8-364) is of a 2-story building labeled “Duke Power Relay Station … directly behind the Holiday Inn, Hickory NC”. This resource remains unmapped.

    Conover Station / Broyhill Plant. Where did I find the file on this? It has not been assigned a SSN, but I have mapped it.

    All properties listed within the Logbook whose addresses appear to be rural or outside historic districts have been mapped, with the following exceptions:

  • CT0462 “Duke Power Relay Station” (see above)
  • CT0497 “Cotton Gin (DESTROYED)” (unknown location, file not specific)
  • CT0853 “Gideon Dixon House” (missing file)
  • CT0861 “Nunnery Brick House” (missing file)
  • CT0863 “Doc Trott’s House” (missing file)
  • CT0867 “Powe-Hanse House” (missing file)
  • CT1016 “Commercial Buildings” (missing file)
  • CT0917 “Cline Farm (DESTROYED)” (unknown location, file not specific)

    There are another 560 +/- properties in the Logbook which appear to be urban-oriented structures within the towns of Catawba, Claremont, Hickory, and Newton. These have not been mapped, as they are likely within the many historic districts.

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    Chatham County

    Chatham County notes (as of 16 November 2009)(--ASE.)

    All of the Study List and DOE resources have been mapped and their locations verified as best as possible.

    All of the resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped (County Survey was completed in 1982). Survey locations adjusted by aerial/street view comparison to survey publication by SWF 2010.

    These pairs of SSNs reference the same resources:

  • CH0094 and CH0537: S.W. Brewer House / Stephen W. Brewer Farmstead (NR)
  • CH0145 and CH0749: Doc Burns Log House / Dickens House
  • CH0287 and CH0668: William Atwater House / Ben Atwater House
  • CH0477 and CH0694: Gregson-Hadley House (NR) / Wade Hadley House
  • CH0521 and CH0687: Farmer’s Union Store / Farmer’s Market
  • CH0534 and CH0754: Marion Jasper Jordan Farm / RB Jordan House
  • CH0631 and CH0805: Hackney-Andrews House / Hackney-Andrew House
  • CH0632 and CH0804: Frank Jenkins House / Joseph John Jenkins House

    The following have not been plotted on the maps because of insufficient locational information:

  • CH0669 “Beckwith Farm (DESTROYED)”
  • CH0674 “Bynum Schoolhouse (DESTROYED)”
  • CH0688 “Clara Farrington House (DESTROYED)”
  • CH0716 “Log Cabin” [probably destroyed; part of Jordan Lake dam project study]
  • CH0726 “Mason Farm Tenant House” probably destroyed; part of Jordan Lake dam project study]
  • CH0766 “House”

    Cannot locate files for the following (and am checking with Chandrea to help find them): CH0518 “Commercial Block”, Goldston CH0775 “House”, Not specified
    This resource was rolled into another: CH0748 Goldston Commercial Cluster à CH0538 Goldston Commercial HD(NR)

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    Cherokee County

    All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped 1/2010 by ASE

    1981 survey by Michael Ann Williams mapped 2012 by SWF and MTS

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    Chowan County

    Designations mapped by MTS 7/2010
    Survey mapped by SWF 11/2010. 
    Six of Tom Butchko's seven long lost rural survey maps were found 10/2010 have and have been scanned and georeferenced. The Edenton quad is still missing and is probably with the source material for the Edenton book, wherever that may be. Site names but not numbers marked on USGS; numbers appended by comparison to names and location descriptions in index. Edenton quad is still missing, and sites within that quad not mapped.

    Unable to map boundary of Edenton HD Boundary Expansion # I (NR 2001). Plat map missing. Only 4 contributing properties in area between original HD, Edenton Cotton Mill Village HD, and Edenton HD Boundary Expansion II. Boundary Expansion II (2007) map shows the area within either/or/both original Edenton HD and Edenton Cotton Mill Village HD. 

    Can't map these SLs:

    Coke House (Beech Grove) 1980. Moved, no location description. Haughton-Leary House (1977). No location description Colonial Motel (2003). No such address as 1390 N. Broad St. Can't find with Street View.

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    Clay County

    Designations mapped.  

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    Cleveland County

    Cleveland County notes (as of 8 February 2010)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped, except for three archaeological sites and one resource listed without designation: House: CLtmp-1 (contributing structure in Margrace Mill Village HD)

    Four resources are listed in the Roster with temporary Site Survey Numbers, but are associated with other records:

  • (first) Andrew Mauney House: TMP-4864 --> CL0013 (LD)
  • Elliot’s Church: TMP-256 --> CL0439
  • Joshua Beam Boundary Expansion: TMP-4529 --> CL0004
  • Philip Ramsour House: TMP-248 --> CL0157

    [Shiloh Presbyterian Church Cemetery is listed as CL0439 in the Roster, but is listed as CL0256 in the file. It is not designated. Elliot’s Church is labeled CL0439 on the topoquad and in the file. It is on the Study List.]

    Seven additional SL and DOE resources are listed in the Roster with temporary Site Survey Numbers. They have all been mapped in GIS with SSNs of “CL----“:

  • Baker House (DEMOLISHED) TMP-251
  • El Nido TMP-349
  • Ellis Ferry House TMP-250
  • Garrett House TMP-257
  • Marion Street Apartments TMP-3941
  • Walters Library TMP-258
  • William Oats, Jr. House TMP-253
  • Finally, the McBrayer House (CL0122) listed in the Roster is actually part of the Hamilton-McBrayer Farm (CL0129).

    The Cleveland County Commission generated a polygon shapefile which includes data (for most, if not all, records) on the resource Name, Address, SSN, and hyperlinked picture (http://gisserver/historic/CLxxxP.pdf).

    Numbering is off by one between the Roster and the County Commission polygon file from CL0568 to CL0585. The preceding 10 records (CL0558 to CL0567) are probably also incorrectly numbered in the County Commission polygon (based on address information). The resources placed on the GIS map reflect the numbering sequence of the Roster.

    In order to expedite the mapping of the surveyed resources, the following steps were taken to create a layer of points from County Commission polygon file:

      Added CentroidX and CentroidY fields to the shapefile and calculated their values Exported the rows to a new table and added this new table to the View Displayed XY coordinates and created a new point shapefile Added Site_ID, Site_Name, and Notes fields to this point shapefile Copied all rows and pasted into the Surveyed_Points shapefile Deleted any record already existing in the NR_SL_DOE_Points shapefile Remaining records in Surveyed_Points were doubled checked against pencil markings on the USGS topoquads and corrections made as necessary.

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    Columbus County

    Designations and recon survey mapped by MTS 2010.

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    Craven County

    NR mapped by MTS 2007, adjusted 2010.
    SLs and DOEs mapped by SWF and MTS 7/2010.
    Rural survey mapped by SWF 2011.

    All entries in roster accounted for.

    Cherry Point MCAS DOEs mapped as marked on USGS maps. No report on shelf.

    There are 3 more NRs mapped than listed because there are points for both First and Second New Bern Academy (listed in one nomination as Central School) and there are three areas in the New Bern HD Boundary Expansion.

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    Cumberland County

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster (ASE).

    USGS maps used in the 1970s rural survey have been lost and never recovered. 

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    Currituck County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2009.
    2005-2008 survey mapped insofar as possible by MTS 2010 using quads, location descriptions, GPS points collected during the survey, aerials, etc.

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    Dare County


    Designations mapped by MTS 7/2010

    NC OneMap online aerials are not in allignment with DOT data and parcels.

    NR. All mapped. Shows points for both original and new locations of Cape Hatteras Light. Not sure if it has been relisted.

    SL -- 22 of 24 mapped. Unable to map:
    Creef-Jones House, Ananias Dare St. (1995). No SSN, not in logbook.
    Manteo Orange Crush Bottling Plant (Ananias Dare St.?) (1995). In roster without SL data; mapped but may actually be location of Creef-Jones House. Numbers and locations may be confused.

    DOE -- 10 of 12 mapped. Didn't map Pea Island Wildlife Refuge, large area, no data; Buxton Cabins, no location data.

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    Davidson County

    Davidson County notes (as of 20 July 2009)(--ASE.).

    Surveyed locations refined by SWF 2010 using aerials, Street View, location descriptions, and ground photos.

    All Davidson County resources, other than the roughly 200 located in the urban areas of Lexington or Thomasville, have been mapped with the following exceptions:

  • DV0008 Hall’s Chapel School
  • DV0016 John Anderson Williams Log Cabin (DESTROYED)
  • DV0340 Dr. Jacob Calvin Leonard House
  • DV0848 Tom A. Fitch House
  • DV0852 Ward Log Cabin
  • DV0853 Log Cabin DESTROYED)
  • DV0860 Browntown Site

    None of these have very specific (if any) locational information. None are on the Study List, although it is possible that the Tom A. Fitch House (DV0848) is the same as the T. Austin and Ernestine Finch House (DV0835). They’re both apparently in Thomasville.

    Lastly, a multipoint shapefile named “Anglo_German_cemeteries” has been added to the MXD to easily reference DV0634, which is a collection of a dozen NR-listed graveyards. The individual graveyards each have their own plotted points in the NR-SL_Points shapefile.

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    Davie County

    Davie County notes (as of 25 June 2009)(--ASE.)

    Duplicate files in Logbook – and in the folders of the filing cabinets. These sets of files appear to refer to the same place.

  • Hinton Rowan Helper House (DE0004) and Evans Place (DE0403)
  • John D. Hodges House (DE0189) and J.D. Hodges House (DE0705)
  • McGuire-Setzer House(DE0235), McGuire Log House (DE0706), McGuire Log House, Cabin & Kitchen (DE0716)
  • (Former) Mocksville Academy (DE0635) and Mocksville Academy (DE0718)

    Probably one of the (Former) Francis M. Johnson Store (DE0550) and the (Former) Williard Garage (DE0558) are destroyed. Google Street Map shows two older structures along this stretch of road, but I need to confirm what they are against any photos in the files.

    Also, the (Former) Green-Martin store (DE0415) file has a photo with one of the Mocksville mills in the background; review and make sure the mapped point is correctly located (with the mill just to the SE).

    The approximate location of the Cokesbury Methodist School (long gone) is plotted using a description from the State's Historic Marker description: Marker Text: COKESBURY SCHOOL Short lived. The first Methodist school in North Carolina. Began about 1790. Was two miles east.

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    Duplin County

    Duplin County notes (as of 4 March 2010)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped, with the exception of several archaeological resources. Some confusion, however, exists over the following:

  • DP0226 Henry Hanchey Farm is shown on topoquad as Study Listed, but there is no record in the Roster for it (and, therefore, has no SL Date assigned to it)
  • Two resources are listed in the Roster without Site Survey Number
  • TMP-3555 Parker Store Commercial Block
  • TMP-3558 East Carroll Street HD

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped.

    527 surveyed properties have urban-centric addresses and were expected to be located within the historic districts of six towns within the county (and therefore left unmapped):

  • Faison: 139 additional surveyed properties within town
  • Kenansville: 36 additional surveyed properties within town
  • Magnolia: 20 additional surveyed properties within town
  • Rose Hill: 23 additional surveyed properties within town
  • Wallace: 86 additional surveyed properties within town
  • Warsaw: 223 additional surveyed properties within town

    The following surveyed properties were unmapped, due to insufficient locational information:

  • DP0814 Smith House
  • DP0902 Dr. Henry Faison House

    The following sets of 12 records appear to reference the same resource. They have been mapped using the first SSN:

  • DP0001 Buckner Hill House (NR) and DP0866 Buckner Hill House
  • DP0100 Herring’s Marsh Plantation and DP0845 Kelly House
  • DP0147 Alexander Carter House and DP0905 Alexander Carter House
  • DP0159 Barfield House and DP0957 Barfield House
  • DP0211 Chasten-Wallace House (SL) and DP0849 Log House
  • DP0308 Bryan Whitfield Herring Farm (NR) and DP0858 Herring House
  • DP0333 John Mosely Brown Farm and DP0802 J. M. Bowden House
  • DP0334 Nettie Cottle House and DP0821 Dunn House
  • DP0335 Cottle Tenant House and DP0933 Tenant House
  • DP0369 Smith House (SL) and DP0953 Caldwell-Smith House
  • DP0400 Shadrack Stallings Newkirk House (SL) and DP0836 Newkirk Plantation House
  • DP0458 W.G. Fussell Farm (SL) and DP0829 Sutherland House

    All other resources listed in the Logbook have been mapped.

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    Durham County

    Durham County notes (as of 16 November 2009)(--ASE.)

    All of the Study List and DOE resources have been mapped and their locations verified as best as possible. All determination dates from the Roster were added to GIS records missing this information.

    All of the resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.

    ~800 resources within Durham City with street addresses were geocoded to the lot using a join to the parcel layer. Centerpoints were set for all and relocated to the primary structure for lots with large acreage (ie, Forest Hills Park and its Clubhouse).

    Editing is still ongoing in Durham County. Many resources appear to have multiple SSNs assigned to them, and other issues need to be resolved. Proceed with caution!

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    Edgcombe County

    Designations mapped by MTS 6/2010. Surveyed-only rural features mapped by SWF 10/2010.
    Following not mapped:

    SLs:
    Joseph Pippen House SL/1977, Coakley vicinity. No location description; not indexed in logbook.

    DOEs:
    Henry W. Brown Farmstead. DOE 1994. Not indexed. Location description cannot be reconciled. No ER report.
    Edmondson (Dogtown) House. DOE1989. No location description, not indexed. No ER report. May be same as Edmondson-Walston House ED0845 DOE'd at same time.
    King House. DOE 1987. No location description; not indexed. No ER report.
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    Forsyth County
     

    Designations mapped by JPD and MTS 2009-2010, and adjusted 3/2011 based on shapefiles created by Michelle McCullough of the City of Winston-Salem following the multi-year county survey update conducted by Heather Fearnbach. 

    Surveyed properties mapped by Michelle McCullough of the City of Winston-Salem following Heather Fearnbach's comprehensive county survey update.

    The county is comprehensively mapped.

    DOEs in HPO roster we are unable to map:

    "Service Station," (DOE 1994), no address or site number.  Not clear if it is one of several surveyed/SL stations in the survey index.
    "Winston-Salem Historic District" (DOE 1993) must be within the later downtown NR and DOE districts.
    No boundaries drawn for Pfafftown HD (DOE 1992), Dozier Rural HD (DOE 2004), Smith-Tucker Farms HD (DOE 2006), or Tanglewood Estate (DOE 2002).  

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    Franklin County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010.

    Rural survey not on USGS maps and not mapped.

    SL: Can't locate Ball-Pearce House (1971) N side NC 56 W of Louisburg; may be gone (heavily altered anyway)

    DOE: Perry-Fuller House (2000) on US 401 at Cedar Creek needs field verification.

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    Gaston County

    All Designated properties have been mapped.

    Designations mapped by MTS 8/2010
    Survey mapped by SWF 11/2010.

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    Gates County

    Gates County notes (as of 4 November 2009)(--ASE.)

    All of the Study List and DOE resources have been mapped and their locations verified as best as possible, with the exception of GA0373 “Merchants Mill Pond/Bennetts Creek MR HD (Archaeology)”, which was not mapped. All determination dates from the Roster were added to GIS records missing this information.

    One property – GA0097 “Costen-Nixon House & Outbuildings” – is shown on the USGS topoquad as Study Listed, but is not listed in the Roster.

    All of the rural surveyed resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped. This includes 30 resources that are labeled with names on the maps, but which do not have a corresponding record in the Logbook. All 30 of these resources have been added to the Surveyed Properties shapefile with SSNs of “GA----“.

    All properties listed within the Logbook have been mapped, with the following exceptions:

  • GA0354 “Cedar Square (the Riddick Place) (DESTROYED)” (unknown location)
  • GA0357 “Depot (DESTROYED)" (unknown location)
  • GA0364 “Hinton House” (unknown location)
  • GA0370 “Tom Hurdle House” (unknown location, file not specific)
  • GA0373 “Merchants Mill Pond” (see above)

    These pairs of SSNs reference the same resources. One point was set for each, and an explanation added to the NOTES field:

  • GA0166 and GA0367: “Robert Hill Family House” (SL) and “House”
  • GA0249 and GA0378: “Parker Family Farm” (SL) and “Parker-Kittrell House”
  • GA0286 and GA0393: “Riddick-Whedbee Farm” and “Whedbee House”
  • GA0298 and GA0360: “Rountree-Blanchard Farm” (SL) and “Farm Complex”
  • GA0306 and GA0368: “Savage Family Farm” (SL) and “House”
  • GA0374 and GA0020: “Eure-Roberts House” (NR) and “Eure-Riddick-Roberts House”
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    Graham County

    Graham County notes (as of 25 January 2010)(--ASE.)

    All sites marked on the topos in Michael Ann Williams' 1998 recon survey are mapped, but they appear to be relatively few of the total number of site recorded. Only 15 surveyed-only sites are mapped, but there are 50 in the database.

    All non-archaeological NR, SL, and DOE resources in the Roster have been mapped.

    Seven resources not in the Roster are listed in the North Shore Road DOE (SW/GH CR.338) of 2004 and were mapped:

    GH0004 Sawyer Boxed House
    GH0005 Cabe Boxed House
    GH0006 Sawyer Creek Church
    GH0007 Barn GH0008 House
    GH0023 Stile House
    GH0061 Fontana Village

    Five unmapped resources not in the Roster, but listed in the North Shore Road DOE (SW/GH CR.338) of 2004, include:

    GH0028 Barn
    GH0029 Tobacco Barn
    GH0033 Jesse Crisp House
    GH0035 Joseph Edwards House
    GH0045/GH0057 Walker Cabin (the report lists the SSNs this way)

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    Granville County

    Granville County notes (as of 30 June 2009)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped.

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped.

    Some confusion exists over Site Survey Numbers GV0533 and GV0534. GV0533 is assigned to “Joe Cephus Coley Gravesite” in the Roster, “Allen House” in the Logbook, and to an unlabeled point on the Creedmoor topoquad. The Joe Cephus Coley Gravesite is part of the GV0531 “Pine Grove Baptist Church” which was rejected from the Study List in July, 1997. However, the Joe Cephus Coley Gravesite was placed on the Study List individually in 2001.

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    Greene County

    Designations mapped by MTS 6/15/10
    Survey mapped by SWF 10/2010

    All designations mapped. Appie Depot (SL) has been moved to Snow Hill, current location not known.

    Walstonburg HD (SL) boundary not defined.

    There are no DOEs in the roster in Greene.

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    Guilford County

    Designations mapped by MTS 10/2010. All in Roster accounted for.
    Rural survey mapped from quads, aerials, and ground photos by SWF 11/2010.

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    Halifax County


    Designations mapped by SWF and MTS 7/2010. Survey mapped by SWF 7/2010

    All NR and SL in roster accounted for.

    1 DOE not mapped. Scotland Arms Apartments DOE 1989. (Scotland Neck?). No file, not indexed in logbook, not mapped. May be within Scotland Neck HD.

    HX0494 (Truss Bridge) and NP0208 (US 258 Bridge) in Northampton County reference the same resource.  Only NP0208 has been mapped.

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    Harnett County

    Designations and survey mapped by JPD 2-09.

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    Haywood County

    Designations mapped Fall 2010 by SWF.

    1983 rural survey by Randy Cotten mapped Fall 2012 by SWF from USGS survey maps.

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    Henderson County

    All of the NR, Study List and DOE resources mapped 1/2010 by ASE.

    The 1980 county survey by Michael Ann Williams mapped 2012 by SWF.

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    Hertford County

    Designations mapped by MTS 3/2010.
    No issues with NR/SL/DOE.
    42 of  42 SLs mapped, including SL additions made 6/9/2011 following the 209-2011 county survey.
    14 of 14 DOEs mapped. ER shelf has only one Hertford report with boundaries -- a 2003 DOT project with boundaries for 3 DOEs. Some but not all of the 1994 DOEs have boundary maps in their individual property files in the basement, and these boundaries have been mapped.

    2009-2011 full county survey by Jeroen van den Hurk of Coastal Carolina Research mapped 6/2011 by ASE.  The survey accounted for all resources recorded in the original mid-1970s county survey by McKeldon Smith (many of which are now gone) and added many newly recorded properties to the survey. The survey did not include resources within the boundaries of the existing National Register districts: Murfreesboro HD (NR 1971), Ahoskie Dowtown HD, or East End HD in Ahoskie.

    The 2009-2011 survey yielded a database with 635 resource records.  Many, but not all, of these records included a ParcelPIN identifier, which was used to join with the tax parcel shapefile.  Centroids were created for the selected parcels and moved to the location of the primary resource after comparing with the georeferenced paper topoquads created during the survey, further adjusted with NC OneMap 2010 orthophotograply.  Approximately 35 resources were unmapped in this fashion because of a lack of (or problem with) the PIN identifier.  These were mapped manually using address data and points marked on the USGS maps.

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    Hoke County

    Designations mapped 2009 as part of the Sand Hills Project

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    Hyde County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2-2010. All accounted for.
    1980-81 survey by Claudia Roberts Brown mapped 2011 by SWF.No issues.

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    Iredell County


    Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010.

    1976-77 survey was not marked on USGS maps. SWF has mapped as many as possible (5/2011) using the marked up DOT county roadmaps compared against location descriptions, aerials, Street View, and ground photos.

    SL Issues:
    Could not map Alexander Huggins House ID0765 (SL 1977); not in Ruth's book by that name or on USGS map; logbook says destroyed.
    Locations for these SLs are tentative, and all may be gone:
    Davidson Family House) ID0569 (SL 1981). Amid heavy development on Lake Norman.
    Reese House ID0816 (SL 1977) John Clark House ID0575 (SL 1977) (may be destroyed - in Duke Power State Park).

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    Jackson County

    NR mapped by MTS 2007.  30 of 56 SLs mapped by JPD 2010. 

    Jackson County update (as of 15 March 2011)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped, with the following exceptions, due to insufficient locational information:

  • Cyrus Nicholson Home and Boarding House (SL, 1992)
  • Pine Grove Laundry (SL, 1992)
  • All rural resources from various surveys marked on USGS topos have been mapped. Nine pairs of rural surveyed resources are labeled on the topoquads with the same Site Survey Numbers. These include: 26, 182, 251, 291, 324, 335, 383, 402, and 405.

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    Johnston County

    Designations mapped by ASE and MTS spring/summer 2010.

    1980 county survey by Tom Butchko mapped 2011 by SWF.

    SLs - 124 of 127 mapped.

    Not mapped:

    DOEs. 11 of 13 mapped.

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    Jones County

    Designations mapped by MTS 6/16/1. No issues. 6 SLs from the 1998 presentation are apparently gone. Pollocksville HD has separate SL (1998) and DOE (1995) boundaries.

    1996-97 survey by Tina Moon mapped by SWF 2011.

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    Lee County


    Designations and survey mapped as part of 2009 Sandhillls project.

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    Lenoir County

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster.

    1992 rural survey by Robbie Jones mapped from USGS quads and updated with Marvin Brown's 2010 survey update.

    Urban-centric undesignated properties in the Logbook have not yet been mapped, but the county is otherwise comprehensively mapped. 

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    Lincoln County

    Designations mapped by MTS 6/2010. Rural survey points mapped by SWF 7/2010.

    Can't map:
    Daniels Historic District SL 1985. No info in file, not sketched on USGS. Point placed at general area.
    North Daniels Historic District SL 1985. No info in file, not sketched on USGS. No point set.
    Alexander Carter House (Lincolnton?) SL 1969. SL from the first NRAC meeting. No file, not in book. May be known by another name now, or gone.

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    Macon County

    Macon County notes (as of 24 May 2010)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped, with the exception of the Highlands Downtown Historic District, which has unknown boundaries. 

    MA0207 Erwin Patton House (DOE 2004) was mapped as a DOE using the TIP A-9WM report, but it is not listed in the Roster as DOE.

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped, although eight have no Site Survey Numbers assigned to them.


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    Madison County

    Madison County notes (as of 10 March 2011)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped, with the following exceptions due to insufficient locational information:

    All of the rural surveyed resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.

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    Martin County

    Martin County notes (as of 11 May 2010)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped.

  • The location on the map of MT0184 Julian Hassell House (SL, 1993) is uncertain
  • Was TMP-3589 Western Martin County Rural HD (SL, 1993) subsumed by MT1029 Conoho Creek HD?
  • MT1031 Williamstown HD is listed in Logbook as MT1032

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped, including four that are shown on the topoquad but that have no record in the Logbook:

  • MT---- Unknown
  • MT---- Noah Thomas Daniel Farm
  • MT---- House
  • MT0510 Unknown

    95 resources in Williamston were mapped using a join to the property address field in the parcel layer. These resources were mapped to the parcels’ centroids.

    Approximately 40 resources have been assigned a status of “BF” to indicate their survey category as a “blockface”.

    The following general files are unmapped, because all resources within them were individually mapped:

  • MT1016 Bear Grass MT1018 Hassell – General file
  • MT1020 Everetts – General file
  • MT1021 Jamesville – General file
  • MT1022 Oak City – General file

    MT1013 Yarrell House was unmapped, due to insufficient locational information. The file suggests that it has been demolished.

    The following sets of records appear to reference the same resource. They have been mapped using the first SSN only:

  • MT1023 Edmondson Farm and MT0467 Edmondson Tenant Hse Complex
  • MT1029 Conoho Creek HD and TMP-3588 Antebellum Rural HD (SL, 1993)

    The following sets of records share Site ID numbers, but appear to be different resources. They have all been mapped, but the second resource of each pair has been mapped without a Site ID number:

  • MT0102 WW Griffin Farm (NR) and Noah Thomas Daniel Farm W side of SR 1538, 0.1 mile S of jct. w/ SR 1530, Farm Life vic. in Logbook)
  • MT0800 Williamston Commercial District (NR) and House (117 Beech St, Williamston in Logbook)
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    McDowell County

    Designations mapped by MTS 8/2010.
    Ted Alexander's 1985 recon survey as marked on USGS topos mapped by MTS 1/2012 . 

    13 of 15 SLs mapped. Can't map:
    Daniel Edward Hudgins House, 124 Hillcrest, Marion (1992)
    Eugene Cross House (1988), demolished

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    Mecklenburg County

    Mecklenburg County notes (as of 15 March 2011)(--ASE.)

    The locations of current National Register listings have been verified, but other designated resources (SL and DOE), as well as any surveyed properties, have not yet been double-checked.

    We are in the process of mapping the historic resources of Mecklenburg County. Take caution, as several reources have duplicates or other anomalies.

    791 resources were geocoded using a match on the address field. I had to do a fair amount of data preparation, even though there is just one property address field in both the Logbook and the Mecklenburg GIS parcel layer. First, I selected all records from the Logbook which had not yet been mapped, and which had a “regular” physical address (and not a rural description). Next, I parsed out the Logbook field to a house number, street name, and suffix. Then, I removed any resource from the file that had a house number that contained a range. Next, I normalized the street name spellings and street suffix abbreviations to match the GIS layer. Then, I concatenated these new values into one field, which I used as the key to the GIS layer. Finally, there was some small amount of clean-up to perform, as the Mecklenburg parcel layer contains duplicates – and the address field did not account for prefixes (West versus East).

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    Mitchell County

    Mitchell County notes (as of 21 November 2012)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped, with the following exceptions (due to insufficient location information):

  • Bakersville Commercial Building (SL 1987)
  • Cabin in the Laurel (SL 1999)
  • Relief Historic District boundary (DOE 1995)
  •           Bridge #59 (ML0004) is the same as Bridge #59 (YC0007).  The later was mapped, as the DOT number for this bridge is 990059 (Yancey County).

    The 1985 rural recon survey by Ted Alexander has been mapped as marked on the USGS topos.

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    Montgomery County

    Designated properties and districts are all mapped.
    The county has never had a comprehensive or even reconnaissance rural survey.

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    Moore County

    Designations mapped except for 3 old SLs without location information.
    Ruth Little’s 1997 rural recon survey (39 properties) mapped by MTS 2-09.
    Most indexed properties are not mapped and are located within HDs in Southern Pines, Pinehurst, Aberdeen, Carthage, and Cameron.

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    Nash County

    NRs mapped by MTS 2008.
    SLs & DOEs mapped by SWF 7-2-10.
    Rural survey mapped by SWF 2010.

    Can't map:
    NR: Black Jack - can't find specific location- somewhere on SR 1510.
    SLs: Hyman Battle House, Rocky Mount (1977) (demolished). Insufficient location info.
  • High Brothers Flue Manufacturing Shop, Middlesex (1986). Not in logbook, no SSN, no location description, not mapped on USGS
  • Sharpsburg Depot (Demolished) (1977). Not marked on USGS.
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    New Hanover County

    Designations mapped by MTS 7/2010.

    Survey mapped by SWF 2011.

    NRs (24): Wilmington HD (1974) and 2003 boundary increases are mapped (for now) as one district -- difficult to determine where old district ended and new sections joined the old.

    SLs (8): No boundary for Delgado-Spofford Mill Village HD.

    DOEs (7 or 8): Can't map Spray Steamer (Maintenance Dredging in Wilmington Harbor) DOE 1989.

    USGS map shows NH0537 County Prison Complex as a DOE. It is not in the roster. We have mapped it as DOE with DOE date not known.

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    Northampton County

    NRs (14) mapped by MTS 2009. Does not include Princeton Site (archaeology)

    Spanbauer 2010 survey mapped by MTS 2011 using parcel PINs and scanned survey USGS maps.

    2010 SLs (Spanbauer project) mapped by ASE and MTS 7/2010. 

    52 of 53 SLs mapped. Can't map Bishop Building, Rich Square, SL 1994. Gone; no location info.

    20 of 20 DOEs mapped.

    NP0208 (US 258 Bridge) and HX0494 (Truss Bridge) in Halifax County reference the same resource.  Only NP0208 has been mapped.

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    Onslow County


    Onslow County notes (as of 8 April 2010)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped, including 10 Camp Lejeune DOE districts of 2000. The boundaries shown on the map are coincident with the information supplied in the DOE report in the library; however, the boundaries do not exactly match the shapefiles sent to this office from the Base Archaeologist on 2 April 2010. The districts were given temporary Site Survey Numbers of ON----:

      Assault Amphibian Base HD
      Barrage Balloon Classroom Command Services HD
      Montford Point Camp No. 1 HD
      Montford Point Camp Nos. 2 and 2A HD
      Naval Hospital HD
      Parachute Training HD
      Regimental Area No. 3 HD
      Stone Bay Rifle Range HD
      Training Pool Buildings HD

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped.

    The following surveyed properties were unmapped, due to insufficient locational information:

  • ON0757 Omega Lodge #292 F & AM
  • ON0967 House

    ALL other resources in the County have been mapped.

    The locations of four resources have been mislabeled on the paper USGS topoquads with incorrect Site Survey Numbers:

  • ON0259 House [labeled asON 254]
  • ON0337 B.H. King House [labeled as ON 341]
  • ON0483 Service Station [labeled as ON 485]
  • ON0953 Owen B. Cox House [labeled as ON 216]

    The following sets of records appear to reference the same resource.They have been mapped using the first SSN:

  • ON0546 Tyndall House and ON0965 Tyndall-Taylor House
  • ON0768 Richlands United Methodist Church and ON0805 Richlands Methodist Church
  • ON0948 Bank of Onslow and Jacksonville Masonic Temple and ON0942 Bank of Onslow
  • ON0989, ON0990, and ON0991 US Naval Ordnance Testing Facility Towers and ON0541 US Naval Ordnance Testing Facility Towers
  • One resource – ON993 Swansboro Station – is located in Carteret County. For now it has been mapped on the Onslow County map.

    One resource – ONxxxx – is labeled as “48” on the topoquad, along SR1302 Huffmantown Rd, but no file related to it has been found.

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    Orange County

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster.

    The following surveyed properties were unmapped, due to insufficient locational information:

  • OR1224 Weaver Log House
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    Pamlico County


    Designations mapped by MTS 2009. All in roster accounted for.Moore's Fishing Lodge (SL 1999, Vandemere) may be gone.
    Rural survey mapped from USGS by SWF 2010.

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    Pasquotank County

    Designations mapped by MTS 6/1/2010.
    No issues. Nine of the 44 SL entries, most from 1985-1987, appear to have been destroyed or removed.
    Rural survey mapped 2010.

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    Pender County

    MTS mapped designations 1-13-2010

    PD0254 Jesse Batson House is apparently the "Batson House" on the SL with no location description other than Rock Point vic. "The Oaks" (no SSN) is not in Logbook but is in the NR Roster with no location description. Original file apparently lost. It's location was identified by photos in an otherwise empty file compared to aerials and birdseye.

    Four Naval Ordnance towers are SL (1985) but listed together as one entry on the roster as PD0045. That accounts for why 47 SLs are mapped and only 44 are on the roster. Towers #4 and #5 are either gone or mislocated on USGS map.

    1997 survey mapped insofar as possible. It appears all finished USGS maps from the survey are not in the map collection and have not been scanned.

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    Perquimans County

    Designations and rural survey (158 sites marked on USGS maps) mapped by MTS 3/2010

    No mapping issues for designations. 13 of the 61 SLs appear to be destroyed or removed, but all are mapped. There are only 2 DOEs, both of which are also SLs.

    Isaac White House PQ0010 (NR 1979) appears to have been destroyed/removed.

    Bethel Community (2000 SLHD) mapped only with a point -- Need to check file for suggested boundary, if any was suggested.

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    Person County

    Designations mapped by MTS winter 2010

    No issues. Gates House (SL) dismanteld and moved to Orange County; Woodsdale Depot moved to Roxboro; thus only 6 SLs are mapped.

    1970s Duke Student survey marked on DOT road maps in file; not yet scanned or georeferenced.

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    Pitt County

    Pitt County updated (as of 20 August 2009) (--ASE.)

    All of the SL resources have been mapped.

    All of the surveyed points located on the USGS quads have been mapped.

    There are approximately 1000 +/- unmapped records listed in the Logbook that are likely in urban historic districts (probably at least half in Greenville) and the village districts.

    Surveyed Properties polygon boundaries were created for the towns of Fountain, Grifton, and Winterville. The polygons include a notation about how many resources fall within the boundary.

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    Polk County

    Polk County notes (as of 12 November 2012)(--ASE.)

    All of the designated resources (NR, SL, DOE) have been mapped.

    All of the rural surveyed resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.

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    Randolph County


    Designations mapped by MTS 2-1010

    1980 survey by Mac Whatley mapped by SWF 6/2012 from old DOT road maps used in survey and files

    NR: 16 NRs total in county; 2 are archaeological and not mapped.

    SL: Cannot locate Braxton Craven Grave in Trinity. Not clear whether Union Manufacturing Co, in Randleman (1974) refers to the mill (apparently now a ruin) or to the early mill housing on the W side of Commonwealth Street, which is the location given for the SL entry.

    DOEs: Confusion in the roster over names and locations of Mill Supervisor's Houses at Central Falls (RD0723 and RD0838). I have mapped and named them as they appear in the 1999 ER report.


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    Richmond County

    Richmond County notes (as of 24 August 2009)(--ASE.)

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster. Additionally, all rural surveyed properties have been mapped; however, the locations of other (urban-centric) surveyed properties listed in the Logbook have not yet been mapped.

    RH0711 William Diggs House (DOE 1998) is the same resource as RH0612 Coward Farm (SL 2001).

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    Robeson County

    Robeson County notes (as of 24 August 2009)(--ASE.)

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled, save one: RB0646 Elm Street Historic District, DOE 1989 (uncertain of boundaries and/or location)

    The county has never been comprehensively surveyed.

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    Rockingham County

    Designations mapped by MTS 3/2010.
    Survey mapped by SWF 2011.

    NR mapping does not include Lower Saura Town Archaeological Site and 11 sluices in Dan River Navigation System thematic nomination (locations restricted, see OSA).

    All non-archaeological DOEs in roster mapped.

    Two SLs can't be mapped. Insufficient location info in roster/and files missing:
    RK1417 Dodd-Sheffield House 2004. File missing; no location description in roster.
    RK--- Turner House, Eden, "Demolished," 1985.

    RK0988 Stokesdale Depot cannot be mapped.  The depot was originally located (and has been mapped in HPOWEB) in Stokesdale, Guilford County, but was moved to become a private residence in Rockingham County.  Its new and current location remains unknown.

    The following resources are also unmapped, because of insufficient locational information:

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    Rowan County

    Rowan County notes (as of 28 September 2009) (--ASE.)

    All of the Study List and DOE resources have been mapped.

    Rural locations refined against aerials, Street View, location descriptions, and ground photos by SWF 2011.

    All of the properties shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped. Fifteen properties marked on the topoquads are not listed in the Logbook. Most of these are identified (on the topoquad) only with a number, and not with the RW prefix – was this an old ID number?

      RW---- “Guy Loe House”
      RW0014
      RW0021
      RW0044
      RW0046
      RW0068 “Barber Junction Depot”
      RW0082
      RW0109
      RW0133
      RW0162
      RW0191
      RW0277 “John Sneffs House” – is this the same as RW0851 “John Snuggs House”?
      RW0316
      RW0915 “Swaringen Drug Store”
      RW1357, labeled SL on the topoquad

    One property was mapped from the Cabarrus County survey (CA1097 “For Pity’s Sake”) because the file suggested it was on the north side of Kannapolis Lake in Rowan County. This has been given an SSN of “RW----“.

    All other properties listed within the Logbook whose addresses appear to be rural or outside historic districts have been mapped (*). Several of these have been approximately located because of uncertain information. For instance, RW1580, RW1579 and RW1578 are all generally located, although the latter – “Trading Path and Fords” – can be somewhat confirmed by this 1770 “A Compleat map of North-Carolina from an actual survey” by John Collet.

    There are another 875 +/- properties in the Logbook which appear to be urban-oriented structures within the towns of Salisbury (775+/-) and Spencer (100 +/-). These have not been mapped, as they are likely within the many historic districts.

    Several resources share the same survey site numbers:

  • RW0004
    Archibald Henderson Law Office
    Cheshire-Click House, which appears in Logbook
  • RW0007 McNeely-Strachan House
    Smoot House (DESTROYED), which appears in Logbook

    Additionally, these resources are listed under two different survey site numbers:

  • Archibald Henderson Law Office: RW0004 (Roster) and RW1071 (Logbook)
  • McNeely-Strachan House: RW0007 (Roster) and RW1110 (Logbook)
  • Salisbury National Cemetery: RW0652 (GIS map) and RW1029 (Roster and Logbook)
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    (*) One exception: RW0716 “Miller Family House”

    Its address is listed as “Down 0.1 mile lane, entrance on the West side of US 601, 0.3 miles South of junction with SR 1712, Franklin vicinity.”

    Additionally, the file says that the house once fronted Franklin Road (aka US 601) – which ran on the west side of the property – but the road was rerouted and is now to the east of the house, so that the rear of the house now fronts US 601. The file also has a couple of decent pictures.

    One would think with all this information I could make an educated guess about the location of the structure, but alas… SR 1712 doesn’t seem to exist in this area, and I couldn’t find on the aerial photos any rooflines that looked exactly like this house. Plus, US 601 runs for quite a ways near Franklin!

    In other instances where I knew the road name but not exact location for a resource, I have plotted an approximate location – with (APPROX LOC) in the name field – if the road length isn’t too long. (This is a completely subjective decision.)

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    Rutherford County

    Designations mapped by MTS 8/2010.

    The 1979 survey by Kim Merkel mapped by SWF 4/2012.

    SLs: 11 of 13 mapped. Can't map the following for insufficient location info; not mapped on USGS; no SSNs in roster:
    -Rutherford County Jail, Washington St., Rutherfordton, 1991
    -Rev. James M. Webb House, Rutherfordton vic., 1999.

    DOEs: 19 of 19 mapped. 

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    Sampson County

    Sampson County notes (as of 24 August 2009)(--ASE.)

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster.

    Rural surveyed properties have been mapped insofar as possible. The north central portion of the county did not have USGS maps available at the time of Tom Butchko's survey and Tom marked sites on an enlarged DOT county road map. These have been mapped tentatively by MTS, though locations are tentative pending field visits, and many of the places may be gone.

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    Scotland County

    Scotland County notes (as of 24 August 2009)(--ASE.)

    The locations of all designated resources (NR, SL, and DOE) have been verified and reconciled with the Roster. Additionally, all rural surveyed properties have been mapped (except one, listed below); however, the locations of other (urban-centric) surveyed properties listed in the Logbook have not yet been mapped.

    One resource, identified as “Resource #94” in a 2001 DOE cell tower plan, could not be located and remains unmapped.

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    Stanly County

    NR mapped by MTS 2009. Hardaway (archaeology) not mapped; Pee Dee Ave. HD Additional Documentation does not involve boundary increase or change.

    SLs and DOEs mapped by SWF 7/2010. SL (67 of 67 mapped). No issues except ST0125 Austin Farm and ST0495 William Wall House in aerials don't appear to match photos in Dodenhoff book.

    DOE - 7 of 7 mapped (2 are also SLs)

    Rural survey mapped by SWF 2010 and locations refined against aerials, Street View, location descriptions, and ground photos.

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    Stokes County

    Stokes County notes (2 June 2009)(--ASE.)

    I plotted points (and polygons) for each of the notations on the USGS topoquads and used the Logbook to supply their site names. There are now 92 properties listed in the county’s NR-SL-DOE point shapefile, and 673 in the Surveyed Properties point shapefile (765 total). This is fewer than the 851 that are in the Logbook, but many of the remaining records are block faces (in the town of King) or individual buildings (within the Danbury Historic District).

    One Study List resource not mapped:

  • Dalton Historic District, No SSN, 10/13/1988 – file not found. Point marked for general area.

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    Surry County

    Surry County notes (as of 11 June 2009)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped except for the following:

  • SR0020 “Gov. Jesse Franklin House (DESTROYED)” – insufficient locational information
  • All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped.
    SWF 3/2010 refined survey locations against aerials, Street View, location descriptions, and ground photos.

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    Swain County

    Swain County notes (as of 26 February 2013)(--ASE.)

    All of the surveyed properties (41) identified on the topoquads have been mapped.

    Four unmapped resources listed in the Roster include:

    Eleven resources not in the Roster are listed in the North Shore Road DOE (SW/GH CR.338) of 2004 and were mapped:

    Eight unmapped resources not in the Roster, but listed in the North Shore Road DOE (SW/GH CR.338) of 2004, include [These are all located in Bryson City]:

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    Transylvania County

    Transylvania County notes (as of 10 March 2011)(--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, and DOE resources have been mapped, with the one exception: TV0266 McMinn Block (SL, 1992). Is this the same as TV0507 McMinn Building (NR, 1994)? Need clarification from the Western Office.

    Five resources not in the Roster are listed in a DOE of 1999 and were mapped:

  • TV---- Avery Creek Bridge No. 1
  • TV---- Avery Creek Bridge No. 2
  • TV---- Avery Creek Bridge No. 3
  • TV---- Avery Creek Bridge No. 4
  • TV---- English Chapel Bridge

    There are four Pisgah National Forest Bridges, all part of the Roster record TV0482. The four mapped points have each been given a hyphenated addendum (“-a”, “-b, “-c”, or “-d”).

    The Brevard College Stone Fence and Gate is both a National Register listing and a Local Landmark. The NR file in the drawer is labeled TV0504, though the resource is listed in the Roster as TV0232 (the mapped point was given this latter SSN). The Local Landmark was mapped with TV0504.

    All of the rural surveyed resources shown on the USGS topoquads have been mapped.

    All resources listed in the guidebook, Transylvania: The Architectural History of a Mountain County, have been mapped with the following exceptions due to insufficient locational information:

  • TV0218 Transylvania Tanning Company Smokestack
  • TV0240 Tinsley Farm
  • TV0286 Hub Langston Café
  • TV0288 / TV0371 Probart Street Houses
  • TV0297 Lankford-Cleveland House

    Duplicative resources include (the mapped resource is listed first):

  • TV0192 Hanckel-Barclay House (NR, 1999) is labeled on topoquad as TV0510 (NR)
  • TV0350 Everett Moffitt House (SL, 2004) is labeled on topoquad as TV0565 (SL)
  • TV0505 Godfrey-Barnette House (NR, 1993) = TV0345 Dr. Stokes House (SL, 1992)
  • TV0506 Lake Toxaway Methodist Church (NR, 1994) = TV0167 Lake Toxaway Methodist Church
  • TV0595 Probart Street District (SL, 1992) = TV0288 / TV0371 Probart Street Houses
  • TV0596 Transylvania Cotton Mill District (SL, 1992) = TV0239 Transylvania Cotton Mill Houses
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    Tyrrell County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2-2010. No issues.
    County never comprehensively surveyed.

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    Union County

    Union County notes (as of 23 August 2010) (--ASE.)

    All NR, SL, DOE, and LDs have been mapped, except three which have insufficient locational information:

  • TMP-2148 Store (within Waxhall HD): SL, 1983
  • TMP-2078 Church Street HD (within Monroe Residential HD): SL, 1978
  • UN0832 South Marshville HD: SL, 1983

    All rural resources shown on the topoquads have been mapped.

    About 60 surveyed properties were mapped by matching the address field from Logbook to the LOCADDR field in the Union_2007 parcel layer.

    455 surveyed properties were accounted for by drawing surveyed boundaries around each of four towns, with a notation that additional resources were contained within the boundary. The boundaries (and accompanying point) were given a generic Site Survey Number:

  • Marshville General Info File (UN0873): [62 additional surveyed properties within town]
  • Monroe, Town of: [308 additional surveyed properties within town]
  • Waxhaw, Town of: [85 additional surveyed properties within town]

    The locations of ten resources have been mislabeled on the paper USGS topoquads with incorrect Site Survey Numbers. In each case, a resource in or near Monroe was incorrectly labeled with the SSN of a Waxhaw property.

      UN0815 T.L.A. Helms House [labeled as UN0794]
      UN0918 Moses Hinson House [labeled as UN0787]
      UN0920 Center Theater [labeled as UN0777]
      UN0923 Medlin Family Cemetery [labeled as UN0791]
      UN0925 McLarty Family Summer House (GONE) [labeled as UN0799]
      UN0927 Hill-Taylor Family Cemetery [labeled as UN0797]
      UN0928 Crook Family Cemetery [labeled as UN0796]
      UN0931 Icemorlee Mill Office [labeled as UN0817]
      UN1014 Tom Love House [labeled as UN0809]
      UN---- (unknown resource) [labeled as UN0786]

    The following surveyed properties were unmapped, due to insufficient locational information:

  • UN0754 Myers House (lost) Doc. Photo
  • UN0870 Albert Gulledge House & Farm (demolished)
  • UN0877 Thomas Laney House (Lost)
  • UN0970 McLarty-Lee Cemetery

    No files could be found for the following surveyed properties, which were therefore left unmapped:

  • UN0882 Little Log House (Pictures Only)
  • UN0934 Horse & Buggy
  • UN1048 Thomas Nash House & Grave

    No files could be found for the following surveyed properties, but they were approximately mapped, based on Logbook address field information:

  • UN0872 Marvin Historic District (Proposed)
  • UN0879 Pattern Brick Chimney
  • UN1057 Rollins House

    The following sets of records appear to reference the same resource. They have been mapped using the first SSN:

  • UN0065 Capt. Hiram Broom House (SL) and UN0878 Old Broome Home Place
  • UN0230 (First) Rev. Augustus Marsh House (SL) and UN1083 Hamilton-Marsh House
  • UN0289 William David Morgan House (SL) and UN1049 D. M. Morgan House
  • UN0494 North Carolina/South Carolina Cornerstone (NR) and UN0301 North Corner (SL)

    Some confusion exists over Site Survey Numbers for the following, which will hinder the hyperlink-to-database tool in GIS:

  • UN0302 James Orr Stores: listed as UN0835 in Roster, but shown as UN0302 on topoquad (DOE, 2002) and on file in File Room
  • UN0480 South Marshville HD: listed as UN0832 in Roster, but labeled as UN0480 on file in File Room (SL, 1983)
  • UN0835 Secrest Farm: listed as UN0834 in Roster, but shown as UN0835 on topoquad (DOE, 2002) and on file in File Room
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    Vance County


    Designations mapped by MTS 2-8-10

    1975 rural survey by Southern and Mary Ann Lee mapped by MTS 4/2012.

    Can't map Henderson Residential HD (DOE 1994) - no DOE report on shelf; not marked on USGS.

    Can't locate Thrice Welcome VN0032 (SL 1975), Henderson; believed destroyed.

    Vance Hotel (SL 1981) destroyed, not mapped.

    Locations for SLs Daingerfield House and Stainback House, and DOE "Charles Street House" , all in Henderson, are tentative pending field verification.

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    Wake County

    Designations mapped by various staff 2009-2010.
    Rural survey mapped by SWF 9/2010. 
    Most designation issues resolved. 
    More complete report to follow.

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    Warren County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2-2010. SL: Rodwell House WR0260 is either gone or mislocated.
    Rural survey mapped 2010.

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    Washington County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2/2010 All accounted for except WH0384 Jackson House (SL) mislocated or gone.
    No comprehensive survey of county.

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    Watauga County

    Designations mapped by SWF 7/2010. Everything in roster accounted for. 21 of 21 NR; 20 of 20 SL; 14 of 14 DO.

    Complete county survey mapped as marked on USGS maps by MTS 1/2012.

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    Wayne County

    Designations and county survey mapped.

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    Wilkes County

    Note: County parcels and the 2003 NC OneMap aerial are are not in alignment with DOT layers and 2008 NC OneMap aerial.

    Designations are mapped to conform to DOT data and 2008 NC OneMap aerial. (2003 aerial does not conform to 2008 aerial).

    Desginations mapped by MTS 3/2010.

    County not indexed. Many SLs and DOEs are numbered as WKxxxx.

    Unable to map Green Hill House (SL 1976) near Ronda, burned 1990s. Mathis Mill (SL 2000) mapped as marked on USGS, but this doesn't appear to be a mill site.

    County never comprehensively surveyed.

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    Wilson County

    Designations (not including local landmarks) mapped by MTS 4/2010.

    NR, SL, and DOE complete and reconciled with roster. Most local landmarks are mapped but need reconciliation and location corrections.

    16 of the 28 SLs are gone. Of these, 8 were key contributing houses in the Black Creek, Woodard Family, and Upper Town Creek Rural NRHDs, all of which have fared badly since listing in 1986. All three districts have lost most of their principal historic structures.

    County survey mapped from USGS quads 2010.

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    Yadkin County


    Designations mapped by MTS 4/2010
    Survey mapped by SWF 8/2010.

    No location issues with individual SLs and DOEs.

    Issues with SL HDs:

    East Bend, Boonville, and Lone Hickory have SL HDs, but none appears to have a separate file, site number, or suggested boundary.

    Davis Family Farms SLHD and Shore Family Farms SLHD have site numbers assigned and provide the individual farms within the proposed district, but no suggested boundaries. SL boundaries are drawn very roughly.

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    Yancey County

    Designations mapped by MTS 2010.

    Can't map:
    Bailey House DOE 3/31/95 "S. bank of N. Toe River"
    YC0013 Bradshaw House, SL no date or location specfied. May be in/near Micaville along with YC0014 (Micaville School) and YC0015 (Micaville HD).

    Bridge #59 (YC0007) is the same as Bridge #59 (ML0004).  The former was mapped, as the DOT number for this bridge is 990059 (Yancey County).
    Bridge #61 (Replaced) (YC0170) is the same as Bridge #67 (ML0099).  The former was mapped, as the DOT number for this bridge was 990061 (Yancey County).

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    Data Download

    HPOWEB users who need to perform spatial analyses on HPO data within their own GIS systems may download this zipped file, which is updated monthly.  This zipped file name includes the date on which the extraction of data was made from the HPO geodatabase.  Users are encouraged to check HPOWEB for a live view of the HPO geodatabase, which is updated with new features (and attributes) on a daily basis.

                NCHPO_GISdata_2017-11-02.zip  (16 MB)

    Please consider filling out this 1-minute feedback form to help us understand who uses historic resource data and how we can improve its delivery.  Thanks!

    The zipped file contains three shapefiles used to display all the historic resource points and boundaries found in HPOWEB (at the time of extraction) across the entire state of North Carolina:
    The zipped file also contains three layer files which recreate the HPO symbology:
    While we make available local landmark and local historic district data and believe them to be accurate, the HPO is not the authoritative source of these data.  Users are cautioned to contact the local historic preservation commission or planning department for the most current and accurate data.
     


    HPOWEB Legend



    The symbology for the AllHPOPoints-Symbology layer is quite complex because of the many permutations of designations.  The symbology draws on three fields —Status, LocalStat, and HDstatus:


    Status
    – this field refers to individual federal and state program status: National Register, Study List, and Determined Eligible, or None of the above.

     

    NR - Individual National Register listing – Blue circle.  These are places listed to the National Register of Historic Places.  Learn more about the process of listing resources to the Register, here.

    NRD - National Register, Gone (whether the historic resource has been destroyed or moved to a new site) - Blue circle with black dot

    NRHD - Center point of a National Register historic district – Blue star

     

    SL - Individual Study List entry – Green square. These are places that the National Register Advisory Committee has identified as potentially eligible for the Register.  Learn more about the Study List process, here.

    SLD - Study List, Gone (whether the historic resource has been destroyed or moved to a new location) - Green square with black dot

    SLHD – Center point for Study List historic district – Green star

     

    DOE - Individual “Determination of Eligibility” in environmental review work – Orange triangle.  Resource has been determined eligible under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  Learn more about our Environmental Review Branch and Section 106, here.

    DOED - Determined eligible, Gone (whether the historic resource has been destroyed or moved to a new site) – Orange triangle with black dot

    DOEHD – Center point of Determined eligible historic district. Orange star

     

    SLDOE - BOTH on the Study List and Determined Eligible – Green triangle

    SLDOED - Both SL and DOE, and Gone (whether the historic resource has been destroyed or moved to a new site) – Green triangle with black dot

    SLDOEHD - Center point of district that is both SL and DOE – Olive star

     

    SO - Surveyed Only. No individual designation, but may be within a National Register, Study List, or DOE district (see HDstatus, below) - Tan pentagon

    SD - Surveyed only, Gone (whether the historic resource has been destroyed or moved to a new site) -  Tan pentagon with black dot

    BF - “Blockface”.  A point marking an area where multiple properties were surveyed as a group, typically one or both sides of a block in a historic district - Tan cross

    SA - Surveyed area.  Center point of an area where several properties were surveyed together, typically a rural crossroads - Tan star


    Learn more about the county architectural survey program, here.



    LocalStat – Local status. This field refers to the local designation status of a property or district.  Learn more about North Carolina's local historic preservation commissions, here.

     

    LL - Local landmark.  A purple square appears beneath the symbol for the resource in the above list.  A landmark may have any or none of the federal/state designations.

    LHD - Center point of a local historic district.  Purple star. This point is always separate from the star symbol for a corresponding NR, SL, or DOE district, even if they have the same boundaries.

    None - No local designation

     


    HDstatus
    – this field indicates if the property is located in a National Register Historic District, regardless of what type of designation it has individually.  

     

    NRHD – located in a National Register historic district.   Surveyed-only and blockface symbols become a light blue.  Symbols for other individual designations (NR, SL, DOE) do not change.

    None - Not within a National Register historic district.



    The symbology for the NR-SL-DOE-BoundariesSymbology 
    layer, conversely, draws on only one field - Status:


    NR - Boundary of a National Register Historic District OR the boundary of an individually-listed resource, when articulated in the National Register of Historic Places nomination form (such as the tax parcel surrounding one house) – Solid blue outline

    NRD - Boundary of a delisted National Register Historic District OR the boundary of a delisted or demolished individually-listed resource - Solid dark blue outline

    SL - Boundary of a Study List Historic District - Solid green outline

    DOE - Boundary of a Determined Eligible Historic District - Solid orange outline
    SLDOE -
    Boundary of an Historic District both on the Study List and Determhined Eligible - Solid olive outline



    The symbology for the Local_District_Boundaries-Symbology layer is the same for all features - Dashed pink outline



    After adding the downloaded data into your GIS and importing the symbology defined in the layer files, you may be perplexed to see the HPO data display like this:

    Data Download Loaded Into GIS

    The data appear differently than in HPOWEB because our mapping website uses a series of web map services based upon definition queries to separate the various classes of historic desginations.  You'll notice that the data download includes only one point layer. 


    If you wish to make your display mimic HPOWEB, you will need to recreate these definition queries.  Copy the point layer three times to create separate layers for National Register, Study List, Determined Eligible, and Surveyed Only historic resources.  Apply a defintion query on each based upon the Status field.



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