Civil War | Historic Site
Malcolm Blue Farm
1177 Bethesda Road
Aberdeen, NC 28315
The Malcolm Blue Farm is a Community Heritage Project, certified by the Regional History Sites Program of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. The farm and museum provide a glimpse of everyday life in the 1800s and have been designated by the North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council as part of the North Carolina Civil War Theme Trails and the National Civil War Trails. The 1825 farmhouse is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.
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