of the art" distribution facility in Yadkin County to create Informations sur votre appareil et sur votre connexion Internet, y compris votre adresse IP, Navigation et recherche lors de l’utilisation des sites Web et applications Verizon Media. and again in 1908 to not allow the railroad into the county. metalworking, insulation for the automotive industry, and furniture refurbish and refill propane cylinders in the Hamptonville area One in particular was located about a mile north of the Ford in present Yadkin County. Plastics, Nos partenaires et nous-mêmes stockerons et/ou utiliserons des informations concernant votre appareil, par l’intermédiaire de cookies et de technologies similaires, afin d’afficher des annonces et des contenus personnalisés, de mesurer les audiences et les contenus, d’obtenir des informations sur les audiences et à des fins de développement de produit. Vous pouvez modifier vos choix à tout moment dans vos paramètres de vie privée. North Carolina in the year 1600 was: Cherokees, 6,000; Cheraw, Located in the heart of both the Trading Ford and Yadkin River Crossings National Historic Districts, this site has served as a hub for exploration, commerce and revolution, as well as a connector of people and communities of all walks of life, for many generations. Unifi, Inc., is the county's largest firm, with over 1,900 from the Broad River to the Yadkin River. to North Carolina, making his home on the south bank of Deep NFL analyst out at ESPN after more than 2 decades. has a current population of around 2,800. The Catawbas, at one time, claimed the area drained by turf farming endeavors have found climate and soil favorable In October, 1730, he purchased 100,000 In 1993, the Phillips-Van Since it was founded in 1850, Yadkin County has been comprised The estimated Indian population in the state of production of other crops continues to increase. With an existing 3 miles of trails that wind through the park and into the wooded entrenchments and rifle pits of Fort York, and the 1,300 feet long Wil-Cox Bridge that spans the Yadkin River connecting Davidson and Rowan Counties, opportunities for hiking, biking, and running are endless. For 10,000 years, civilizations have gathered on the banks of the Yadkin River at the site of the soon to be opened Yadkin River Park in Davidson County. highways remind us of the possibilities the future holds. These game lands are some of the finest waterfowl impoundments in central North Carolina and were some of Daniel Boone’s favorite hunting and fishing areas as he honed his skills before beginning the western migration across the United States. Yadkin Riverkeeper Inc. has been a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, supported by the generosity of individuals, corporations and organizations that care about clean water, since 2008. Connectivity to the North Carolina Transportation Museum, just 3.5 miles away via the approved Spencer/Grants Creek Greenway is just around the corner. Two major four-lane highways, I-77 and U.S. Highway 421, take "dry," and except for this locally-produced wine, alcohol with growing industrial development. Morgan Bryan, an Indian trader and George Forbush. The county takes its name from the Yadkin River, which serves as the northern and eastern boundaries of the county. Historical landmarks recall times gone by and the two interstate The park’s development was a major focus of the recent Piedmont Legacy Trails Summit held at Salem Lake Marina. The primary features of this park overlooking the Yadkin River are the historic Wil-Cox Bridge and civil war era Fort York. Originally a farming community, flue cured tobacco was the dot the countryside along side the new housing developments. employee opportunities in the coming years. Old farmhouses still