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The “Black Homer” of West Southern Pines, NC

The collected stories of the “Black Homer of Jimtown” by Ed Mott / image by Claudia Stack

Author Edward Harold Mott (1845–1920) was born in Pennsylvania. In 1878, he became a newspaper correspondant for several NY newspapers. As his career unfolded he also wrote books on PA history, as well as biographies and short stores. Although he lived for much of his adult life in Goshen, NY, Mott spent time in Southern Pines, NC.




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