The Piedmont Triad of North Carolina has played a remarkable role in the history of the Southeastaone day at a timeafor centuries. Against the backdrop of major historical events and movements, the Triad is also flecked with smaller gems of oft-overlooked history. Prolific author and Triad native Alice Sink chronicles these events, reviving a story for each day of the year. From a Civil War buried treasure to gypsy kidnappings and runaway marriages, each day brings with it an exciting, bite-size adventure through history. Residents from Winston-Salem to High Point to Greensboro and beyond can all enjoy this volume for their daily dose of that old Piedmont Triad history.Principals of separate grammar schools would serve as administrators. Teachers and town citizens would act as assistants. Each vehicle owner would present his motor vehicle registration card and would then answer necessary questions onanbsp;...
|Title||:||On This Day in Piedmont Triad History|
|Author||:||Alice E. Sink|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2013-11-12|