Jackson County Courthouse (North Carolina)

Jackson County Courthouse (North Carolina)

Jackson County Courthouse is an historic courthouse in Sylva, North Carolina that was built in 1913 when Sylva took over the County Seat designation from Webster.

Read more about Jackson County Courthouse (North Carolina):  About The Building, The Jails, New Jackson County Public Library

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Jackson County Courthouse (North Carolina) - New Jackson County Public Library
... two-story addition to house the library,which is being built onto the back of the historic courthouse,and will incorporate elements of the old building ... The new building will replace a small,sad,one story structure with a meager floorspace of 6,000SQ FT that was built in 1970 on Main Street ... The Courthouse is also being restored to house the JacksonCounty Genealogical Society,Arts Council,and Historical Society ...

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