Jackson County Photo Album

Do you have a "mystery" photo of unidentified people/places?  If you suspect that the person(s)/place was in Jackson County, send a copy to the webmasterWe will post it on our website and in Journeys Through Jackson (the society's journal) and ask for help with identification.

John and Rachel Arrington Tombstone

Andrew Jackson Parris Tombstone

Balsam Train Station c.1903

Balsam School - 1932

Blackwood Lumber Company

Brown, David F & Sophia S., Tombstone Photo

Cannon Cottages/Cabins, Dillsboro

Deitz, Alvie & Clemmie

Edd Conner and His Casket

Hooper, Absalom & Sarah Salers, Tombstone Photo

Boonie Clemons Hooper Tombstone

John Brown Tombstone

John Lewis "Luke" Queen

Mills, Lucius Wilburn and Mell Henry, Family Photo

Old Mill and Trout Pond

Queen, Reverend B.N., Tombstone Photo

Smith, Lewis, Tombstone Photo

Sylva, NC 1917

Ted Sutton and the Original Maggie Hillbillies

Whittenburg, Mack C. & Margaret C., Tombstone Photo

Willets School - 1909

Wood, Andrew Jackson & Jane Henderson

Larkin W. Hooper and Benjamin N. Queen

C. S. Hooper, Jr. and Polly Phillips Hooper & son Larkin

Civil War Photos

Confederate Veterans and Monument

Churches of Jackson County

Moses Creek Baptist Church


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