Beaufort, North Carolina
"America's Favorite Town" 2014 Travel & Leisure
Books, Prints and Note Cards
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North Carolina's
     A Unique Coastal Village Preserved

Early Beaufort was influenced by those who traveled the seas. Trade with the West Indies and Colonial ports helped develop and provide a cultural influence unlike that of inland North Carolina—thus the growth of not only a unique maritime heritage but also an unequaled collection of architectural treasures. 

Along with histories of the town and its surrounding environment, this 200-page volume focuses on ALL Beaufort's unique collection of historic homes, built from the late 1700s to the early 1900s - presented alphabetically, street-by-street, with images and histories of 285 houses, plus many buildings and sites.

Coming early 2015


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The Colors of Beaufort, North Carolina
Three Centuries of History Woven Through Art and Words

Painted, researched and compiled since 2001, the foundation of author-artist Mary Warshaw's book is built around the houses that create Beaufort's street vistas and the people who built and lived in these "Architecture Treasures." 

Besides 50 featured paintings and family histories, woven into this book are many other histories, from those who first touched the sand banks to the history of the Beaufort plaque - all with full-color GicleĆ©-quality images. 


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of Beaufort's Historic Homes
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