Coming Home to Jackson Springs North Carolina
By Sarah Currrie Thompson, Editor Published by the Jackson Springs Historical Foundation, Inc.
In the early 1900's Jackson Springs was a bustling community, complete with a grand hotel, drugstore, train depot, bowling alley, and various other businesses. The town had become famous for its flowing springs of mineral water which many believed had therapeutic qualities. The springs helped give the town notoriety as a health resort. This is a collection of stories about the people of Jackson Springs - their lives, their heritage and their families. 72 pages.