Asheville

  • (noun): A town in western North Carolina in the Blue Ridge Mountains west of Charlotte.

Some articles on asheville:

S&W Cafeteria - Branch Locations - Asheville, North Carolina
... Asheville, North Carolina Area 0 acres (0 ha) Built 1929 Architect Ellington, Douglas D ... Reference# 77000993 Added to NRHP March 28, 1977 The downtown Asheville location opened at 60 Patton Avenue in 1929, and closed in 1974 ...
Asheville, North Carolina - Sister Cities
... Asheville has six sister cities Karpenisi (Greece) Karakol, (Kyrgyzstan) San Cristóbal de las Casas (Mexico) Saumur (France) Valladolid, Yucatán (Mexico) Vladikavkaz (Ru ...
Montford Area Historic District - History
... In 1893 Montford was incorporated as an autonomous village to the north of Asheville ... In 1889 the Asheville Loan, Construction, and Improvement Company, began to develop the neighborhood ... was taken over by George Willis Pack, a lumber tycoon from the midwest who moved to Asheville in 1885 ...
List Of NBA Development League Yearly Standings - 2004–05
... Team W L Win % GB Columbus Riverdragons 16..625 — Asheville Altitude 21..563 3 Huntsville Flight 21..563 3 Roanoke Dazzle 22..542 4 ...
Asheville Female College
... The Asheville Female College was the first institution of higher education in the western portion of North Carolina, founded as the Asheville Female Seminary in 1841 by John Dickson, M.D ... Holston Conference Female College and later Asheville Female College ... a 7-acre (2.8 ha) grove almost in the heart of Asheville ...