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Headsville

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Ostensibly, this hamlet six miles northeast of Burlington has changed little in decades. A brick schoolhouse and an 1856 frame Methodist Church are at the center of the community. The former general store and post office is also still extant, although now a long, long way from home, as the following entry explains.

Writing Credits

Author: 
S. Allen Chambers Jr.

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