Caldwell County, North Carolina
Caldwell County, North Carolina was established in 1841.
It was named in honor of the first president of the University of North Carolina, Joseph Caldwell.
Caldwell County, North Carolina has a population of about 77,000.
The county seat is Lenoir, North Carolina.
The city was named in honor of General William Lenoir, a Revolutionary War figure.
Caldwell County is lies in portions of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Brushy Mountains.
Hibriten Mountain and the western end of the Brushy Mountains range, are located in Lenoir.
Places to visit in Caldwell County include Pisgah National Forest and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Cities and towns in Caldwell County, North Carolina include Blowing Rock, Cajah's Mountain, Cedar Rock, Collettsville, Gamewell, Granite Falls, Hudson, Lenoir, Sawmills and Northlakes.
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