ⓘ Seagrove, North Carolina
Seagrove is a town in Randolph County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 228 at the 2010 census. It was named after a railroad official when the area was connected by rail. The center of population of North Carolina is located a few miles east of Seagrove.
In this context, the name Seagrove not only refers to the city proper, but also includes several other communities which are part of the pottery tradition along and near the motorway "North pottery" NC-705 Carolina. Over 100 workshops are in Seattle and neighboring cities, the Old Ve, erect, Westmoore, happy hollow, and Robbins. Seattle is also home to the North Carolina pottery Center, which was established on 7 November 1998, and has since received visitors across the continent and around the world.
- North Carolina Scenic Byway due to the large number of potters in and surrounding Seagrove NC 705 begins at a northern terminus near Seagrove North
- 768514 Luck s Incorporated was a food production company founded in Seagrove North Carolina in 1947, which produced a line of canned bean and other canned
- North Carolina Highway 13 NC 13 was a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina The highway connected US 220 north of Seagrove with
- located on NC 705, also known as the North Carolina Pottery Highway one mile 1.6 km southeast of Seagrove and seven miles 11 km west of Jugtown Pottery
- incarnation of NC 13 running from US 220 near Seagrove to US 421 near Staley. U.S. Route 13 in North Carolina current day highway 13 in North Carolina
- following is a List of bicycle routes in North Carolina These routes are designated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation Bicycle and Pedestrian
- potter from Seagrove North Carolina and a winner of the 1996 North Carolina Heritage Award. Graves grew up in Montgomery County, North Carolina with her
- Seagrove twelve miles to the southeast, is known as the Pottery Capital of North Carolina Erect is located in the vicinity of the North Carolina
- through Candor, Biscoe and Star. In 1997, it was extended further north through Seagrove to its current terminus near Ulah. In 2008, the US 220 Alt was temporary
- Star, and Seagrove mostly along what is today US 220 Bus and US 220 Alt. In Asheboro, it went along Fayetteville Street, then continued north on Randleman