ⓘ Silver Hill, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Silver Hill, North Carolina

Since its discovery in 1838 silver, lead and zinc were mined at the Washington mine within the town. It was one of the only silver mines in North Carolina. The company that owned the mine was known as the "Washington Mining Company" and then the "Silver Hill Mining Company" and was largely controlled by a group of New York investors who also controlled the company town as well. During the American Civil War, lead from the mine was used in Confederate bullets. The historic Becks Reformed Church Cemetery is located within the town.

Robert Nancy Monroe was added to the national register of historic places in 1983.

                                     
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