Posts by SwansboroHistory

ROB L. WILLIAMS HOUSE – 1937

503 Sabiston Drive This cottage style home reflects the craftsmanship of John Rogers, a popular local carpenter who built a...

ROBERT LEE SMITH HOUSE – 1901

202 Walnut Street Robert Lee Smith (1871-1943) built this, his family home, with salvaged lumber (which he hand planed) from...

JOHN & BESSIE PARKIN LITTLETON HOUSE – 1920-30

503 Water Street While not listed as “Contributing” in the National Register due to numerous changes, this house’s contribution to...

THE RINGWARE HOUSE – 1778

209 Main Street The Peter Ringware House was built on original Lot 23 of the town plat Theophilus Weeks laid...

CHARLES R. WEBB HOUSE – 1908

211 S. Elm Street This house was built by Charles R. Webb (1874-1951) for his family, including his wife, Pauline...

MARY RIGGS HOUSE – 1941

This house is not in the Historic District nor has the local designation as a historic house, but being 75...

CAPTAIN ALEXANDER MOORE HOUSE – 1906

218 S. Walnut Street This house is an example of a Three-bay “I” Plan, typical in this area around the...

MORTON ACADEMY – 1880

735 Main Street Extension This one room school house is typical of schools of the day across the country. They...

Stories of Swansboro Past

Swansboro Parks and Recreation 7th Annual Halloweenie Roast was a great success. Thank you all who attended and thanks to all the...

Second Annual SHA Fish Fry, Annual Membership Drive and General Meeting

Long Standing Residents, New Locals, and all other lovers of Swansboro Area History Please join the Swansboro Historical Association for...

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