The Historian – Past Issues

March - April 2021 Vol. 2/No.2  Who was Jean Laffite? A pirate or an imposter? Learn more about the elusive Laffite and his ties to Lincolnton from this author-mother-daughter team of sleuths. Remembering summers at Lake Sylvia, Edgar Love, and Betty Gabriel Ross.

January - February 2021 Vol. 2/No. 1 Gary Ray of High Shoals made his mark in music history; Wise Tourist Court; Black History Month: the Story of Adam Miller Moore; David Deitz House Razed; Pandemic: The Scourge of Polio and David Lowe's Story.

November - December 2020 Vol. 1/No. 6 John Reynolds of Lincolnton destroyed the dynamite that saved the bridge at Remagen; Hallman Family; Presbyterian Manse; Train wreck on Indian Creek; Medal of Honor recipients have Lincoln County connections; Medal of Honor recipients honored; Lincoln County's Quilt Trail.

September - October 2020 Vol. 1/No. 5 James McLean: NC Artist and Lincolnton Native; Alba Twine Mill; First Methodist Church history; Election Thoughts by Leroy Magness; A County Divided: Steamy Politics in the 1840s; and LCHA Welcomes Four New Board Members.

July- August 2020 Vol. 1/No. 4 Baseball of Yesterday in Lincoln County, German Migration to Cape Girardeau, Lincoln County's Sports Hall of Fame, Ingleside Plantation and What if Forney had Killed Cornwallis?

May - June 2020 Vol. 1/No. 3 The Battle of Ramsour's Mill, Lincolnton County and the Pandemic of 1918, Memories of the County Home

Mar - Apr 2020 Vol. 1/No. 2 Haynes Dairy, Wallace Alexander House, Alda Crowe

Jan - Feb 2020 Vol. 1/No. 1 Howard's Creek Mill Renovations, Capt. George French, Larry Craig Remembered, Shelton-Lowe Farmstead, Dr. James Haney "Stumbling Toward Zion: A Mosteller Chronicle, Robert Mosteller's memories of Howard's Creek Mill