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  • Malcolm Blue Farm and Museum: "More fun than a schoolhouse", students will feel like they are traveling back in time when they experience the past at this 1820's farmstead.
  • The Historic Shaw Properties Site Museum: These restored homes, tool shed, and tobacco barn from the late 1700s and early 1800s can be toured at this historic site in Southern Pines.
  • Home of Governor David Settle Reid: This was the first frame house built in Reidsville and home to Governor David Settle Reid. It now houses the Reidsville Chamber of Commerce and is open for tours.

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The Joel McLendon Cabin, circa 1760, is the oldest standing structure on its original site in Moore County. The James Bryant House was built within 20 yards of the cabin in 1820. The McLendon Cabin then served as the kitchen. Special features include two fine mantles, handmade doors and window sash, and hand-hewn pine girders and sills. Neither dwelling has been altered except for restoration.

The houses are open Sundays from 2-5 p.m. and by appointment. Call site manager Max Richardson at 910-947-3995 for information or to schedule a tour.