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- a government building that houses the offices of a county government
- A courthouse (sometimes spelled court house) is a building that is home to a local court of law and often the regional county government as well, although this is not the case in some larger cities. The term is common in North America.
- A building containing the administrative offices of a county
- A building in which a judicial court is held
- a building that houses judicial courts
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- Cape May is a city at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula in Cape May County, New Jersey, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. It is part of the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area. It has a population of 4,034 year-round residents (as of the United States 2000 Census).
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Sam Davis Statue & Courthouse Cupola
The Sam Davis Monument on the south side of the square, was erected in honor of the young "Boy Hero" confederate scout who was captured on the old Lamb's Ferry Road south of Minor Hill and executed in Pulaski on November 27, 1863. The monument was erected through the joint efforts of the John H. Woolridge Bivouac and the Giles County Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy and cost $2,000.00. The same Italian sculptor who carved the figure marking the grave of Governor John C. Brown in Maplewood Cemetery carved the statue. The monument in front of the ornate courthouse
cupola was dedicated October 11, 1906 as a part of the program of the Confederate reunion which met in Pulaski at that date.
Speaking of the courthouse
, a different courthouse
would have made the backdrop when the statue was built, the same one seen in a famous civil war photograph. In that photo, many citizens are lined up along the street when Sam Davis was to be hanged. That courthouse burned down in 1907, and the current courthouse was completed in 1909.
There is another Sam Davis statue on the grounds of the Tennessee State Capitol and also, the Sam Davis Mansion in Smyrna, TN is available for tours.
Courthouse, circa 1950 (then)
Jackson County’s most photographed building – its historic Courthouse – had rows of evergreens beside its famous steps in the then photo, which was taken around 1950. Two-way traffic, which ended in 1956, was still in effect, as evidenced by the road signs signalling motorists to bear right at the west end of Main Street. N.C. 107 no longer goes through downtown as it once did; instead, the Sylva-to-South-Carolina highway now begins at Kel-Save. In this week’s photo, below, the trees are gone and the Courthouse sports a much-improved exterior, courtesy of this past year’s new paint and repairs. The Courthouse was constructed in 1913 after a special election that moved the county seat from Webster to the then-booming railroad town of Sylva; early entrepreneur C.J. Harris promised voters he would build a courthouse if they would make Sylva the county seat. The original red bricks, still visible in the older photo, were painted white in the late 1960s. – Herald file photo (then) and Herald photo by Nick Breedlove. Originally published Sept. 29, 2005.
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