Supposedly a cannonball once struck a front pillar of the J.M. Smith-Compton House on East Main Street in Clayton. The prominent downtown home will be open to the public for the town’s second annual History Day.
Supposedly a cannonball once struck a front pillar of the J.M. Smith-Compton House on East Main Street in Clayton. The prominent downtown home will be open to the public for the town’s second annual History Day. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Supposedly a cannonball once struck a front pillar of the J.M. Smith-Compton House on East Main Street in Clayton. The prominent downtown home will be open to the public for the town’s second annual History Day. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

History Day returns April 9

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