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Charlotte Tidbits

Charlotte, North Carolina has a rich history that include the pride of the Scotch/Irish pioneers, and the discovery of gold that most people know nothing about. Also known as the Queen City Charlotte was established in 1768 and named in honor of Queen Charlotte, who was the wife of King George III of England. Currently, the community is the second leading financial center in the country. Initially, Charlotte was established at the crossroads of two native Indian trading paths. The intersection of these two paths, are currently major streets, and are named Tryon and Trade Streets, which are located in the middle of Charlotte. The Charlotte region was already home to the Catawban Indian tribe which translates into the people of the river, who had established living regions next to the river, by the 1600's. In 1640, the Catawban Indian tribe, who were once part of the Sioux Indian nation in the great plains of the west and were leaving their enemies behind. Catawban were once part of the Sioux Indian Nation in the great western Plains.

In 1780, a British Commander named Lord Charles Cornwallis was met by a group of some 150 soldiers at the Courthouse in Mecklenburg County during the Revolutionary War. Although his regime was overturned sometime later Cornwallis was initially successful in holding the territory.

In 1780, some frontiersmen from both of the Carolinas, Georgia, and Virginia combined their efforts in order win a victory over the British in a very significant battle, at the Battle of King's Mountain, which is located just southwest of Charlotte on the border of South Carolina. This epic battle, in which the British suffered some considerable casualties, was recognized as playing a very important role in stopping the War of Independence.

A Catawban Indian Chief named Hagler tried to establish good relations with the new white pioneer starting in the 1750s. He was killed by a Shawnee war party who did not want peace for all of his trouble. The British agreed to a deal for some land with the Catawban, in 1763, for some 144,000 acres next to the Catawba River that would remain untouched by everybody except for the Indians.

Mecklenburg County was named in honor of the homeland in Germany of the queen, and was known as Charlotte Town. The year 1769 brought the incorporation of the settlement. In 1770, the locations of the streets in Charlotte were platted by surveyors into four sections, also known as wards. These wards remain a portion of the architectural landscape in Charlotte.

In 1799, the discovery of gold nugget that weighed some 17 pounds attracted a number of immigrants to the region in what became the first gold rush in the country. However, the boom didn't last very long. In 1848, the numerous entrepreneurs in Charlotte that were ready to make their fortune and relocated to California. The major revenue for the economy in the area in the years prior to the Civil War, was agriculture, primarily cotton and tobacco.

The first gold rush, in what would become many gold rushes all throughout the new nation, started in Charlotte, where the first verified finding of gold in the United States was found. Until 1914, the first gold mine in the country was operated by the Reed Gold Mine. Before the boom went away, several productive veins of gold were located. To somewhat of a lesser degree, mining continued on those veins that were located in the region. However, starting in 1849, the majority of the miners left their camp and relocated west to try their luck in the gold fields in California.

Charlotte came to be the new location of the Confederate Navy Yard, where some1boys and 1,500 Mecklenburg county boys and men gathered to manufacture gunpowder as well as munitions during the Civil War. The yard had been relocated from Richmond, Virginia, in the 1750's, and, in 1862, was established in Charlotte, in an effort to o be in closer proximity to the iron works, as well as creating a greater distance between the Union sailors and soldiers and the community of Charlotte. Following the end of the Civil War, many the textile industries were established as the community came to be known as a cotton processing hub and a major railroad center. Charlotte became the largest city of the Carolinas and a Southeastern textile and distribution center as a result of the success of the railroads. The neighborhoods in the community continued to expand with new suburbs, skyscrapers, a streetcar system and new businesses. The city planners, that included a renowned man named John Nolen helped to shape the current suburbs in Charlotte, that included Dilworth and Myers Park.

From the 1970's through the 1980's, the banking industry in the community was gaining momentum as businesses were continually flocking to Charlotte. Under the leadership of financier named Hugh McColl. Mr. McColl converted the North Carolina National Bank into what is currently known as the Bank of America. The combination of Wachovia and the Bank of America made Charlotte the second largest banking hub in the nation, and only behind New York City.