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An inventory of the natural areas of Transylvania County, North Carolina

Edward Schwartzman

An inventory of the natural areas of Transylvania County, North Carolina

by Edward Schwartzman

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Published by Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, Office of Natural Resource Planning and Conservation, North Carolina Natural Heritage Program in [Raleigh, N.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural areas -- North Carolina -- Transylvania County,
  • Endangered species -- North Carolina -- Transylvania County,
  • Rare plants -- North Carolina -- Transylvania County,
  • Biotic communities -- North Carolina -- Transylvania County,
  • Transylvania County (N.C.) -- Environmental conditions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward Schwartzman.
    ContributionsNorth Carolina Natural Heritage Trust Fund., North Carolina Natural Heritage Program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH76.5.N8 S384 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 413 p. :
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23836662M
    LC Control Number2009376425

    An inventory of the natural areas of Macon County, North Carolina Edward Schwartzman Not In Library. An inventory of the natural areas of Macon County, North Carolina Edward Schwartzman , 4 books Edward Schwartzman, 2 books James E. Wooley, 1 book Barbara A. McRae, 1 book North Carolina. Division of Highways. Systems Study Unit, 1 book. Brevard is a city in Transylvania County, North Carolina, United States, with a population of 7, as of the Census. It is the county seat of Transylvania County. Brevard is located at the entrance to Pisgah National Forest and has become a noted tourism, retirement and cultural center in western North Carolina.

    The Walton War, a boundary dispute between North Carolina and Georgia, resulted in armed confrontation. At stake was a 12 mile strip of land on the North Carolina southern border. In December a North Carolina militia unit was dispatched to the upper French Broad River with orders to remove the Walton County Government. The Transylvania Natural Resources Council was created in to identify and inventory the natural resources significant to the County and to make recommendations to the BOC on how to best manage those resources. The inventory was completed in April, by Edward Schwartzman of the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

    Transylvania County NC Death Records. USA (1,,) > North Carolina (45,) > Transylvania County () > Transylvania County Death Records (15). USA (1,,) > North Carolina (45,) > North Carolina Death Records (1,) > Transylvania County Death Records (15). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the North Carolina. Brevard, NC has a deep history, starting with the Cherokee Tribe. The Tribe inhabited the area, using the Estatoe Path as a trading route from Transylvania County into South Carolina. In the early s, Transylvania County was settled by Scots-Irish immigrants who chose the area for the abundance of natural resources and very rich soil.


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Schwartzman, E. An Inventory of the Significant Natural Areas of Cherokee County, North Carolina. Schwartzman, E. An Inventory of Natural Areas of Mitchell County, North Carolina. In "An Inventory of the Natural Areas of Transylvania County, North Carolina," Edward Schwartzman states that there are "eleven rare vascular plant species and nine species of rare bryophytes and lichens" at Devil's Courthouse.

In An Inventory of the Natural Areas of Transylvania County, North Carolina Edward Schwartzman states that there are “eleven rare vascular plant species and nine species of rare bryophytes and lichens” at Devil’s Courthouse.

In An Inventory of the Natural Areas of Transylvania County, North Carolina Edward Schwartzman states that there are “eleven rare vascular plant species and nine species of rare bryophytes and lichens” at Devil’s Courthouse. Transylvania County is located in the Mountain region of southwestern North Carolina along the South Carolina border.

It was formed in from portions of Jackson and Henderson Counties. Its county seat, Brevard, was established in but not incorporated until Its other communities include Cedar Mountain, Cherryfield, Lake Toxaway, Little River, Penrose, Pisgah Forest, and Sapphire.

Transylvania County is located in beautiful Western North Carolina and is called the "Land of Waterfalls" due to the waterfalls located through the county. All information on this site is prepared for the inventory of real property found within Transylvania County.

All data is compiled from recorded deeds, plats, and other public records and data. Users of this data are hereby notified that the aforementioned public information sources should be consulted for verification of the information.

The care, maintenance and access to these public records are governed by law. It is the mission of the Transylvania County Register of Deeds to record, preserve and provide access to these real estate and vital records in an efficient manner according to the North Carolina General Statutes.

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Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Raleigh, NC. Schwartzman, E. An inventory of the natural areas of Macon County, North Carolina. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, North Carolina Natural Heritage Program, Raleigh, NC.

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Transylvania County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Its U.S. Census population estimate is 34, Its county seat is Brevard. Transylvania County comprises the Brevard, NC Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Asheville-Brevard, NC CSA combined statistical area.

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Transylvania County was gradually drawn into the wider loop of long distance road transportation. By this county had only 45 miles of unpaved highway cared for by the State of North Carolina.

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