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1958 St. Phillips Church and Indian Trail Tree Postcard

St. Phillips Church and Indian Trail Tree Postcard

Availability: Common

Approximate Value: $3-$5

Year of Publication (Approximate): 1958

Preprinted Postcard Text (Front): None

Preprinted Postcard Text (Back): St. Phillips Church and Indian Trail Tree - Top - These walls are all that remains of colonial church, built about 1750, and the town of Brunswick. This historical spot is adjacent to the Sunny Point area near Southport, N.C. Bottom - Famous old Indian Trail Tree at Southport, N.C. said to have been bent to its present shape by Indians more than a hundred years ago. Indians used this means of marking trail for followers.

Published By: Art Newton, Southport, N.C.

Postmark: Not Postally Used

Postage: Not Postally Used

Sent/Addressed To: Not Postally Used

Postcard Acquired: July 2, 2011 from York, PA

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