ⓘ Turkey, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Turkey, North Carolina

The name of the town was once Springville. During the towns early history, a large group of wild turkey moved into the area, and the people regarded that as a sign. The towns post office sometimes has received mail intended for the Republic of Turkey. At one time, the post office received letters from stamp collectors asking for a Thanksgiving Day postmark.

Cherrydale and Hollingsworth-Hines farm was added to the national register of historic places in 1986.

                                     
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