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  Charlotte, North Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The city of Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and the 20th largest in the United States, with a population of 651,101 (2005 estimate).
Most traces of antebellum Charlotte are long gone, and preservationists often struggle to maintain landmarks in the face of modern-minded boosters, a key reason Charlotte is often regarded as a "new" American city despite the fact that it is actually one of the oldest of the nation's larger cities.
Charlotte is on the list of cities that the Florida Marlins are considering for relocation; team officials are expected to visit the city in late February or early March 2006 to discuss a move with city leaders and consider a plan to build a privately-funded stadium downtown.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charlotte,_North_Carolina   (4920 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina near the border of South Carolina, and is the economic and cultural center of the Carolinas.
Downtown Charlotte (billed as "Uptown Charlotte" by local boosters) was built on the gunnies of the St. Catherine's and Rudisill gold mines, and is a banking center, with Wachovia, the Bank of America, and other banks having headquarters here.
Charlotte's commercial airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, is served by numerous airlines and is a fortress hub for USAirways.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Charlotte,_North_Carolina.html   (869 words)

 Welcome to the Charlotte FBI Internet Site
Charlotte is known as the "Queen City." It was named for the wife of Britain's King George III in 1768.
Charlotte is located in the southwestern part of North Carolina.
The Carolina beaches are three hours to the east and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains are two hours to the west.
charlotte.fbi.gov   (84 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte is located in the Piedmont Region of North Carolina.
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina.
Charlotte grew because of its hydroelectricity and transportation improvements (railroad, airport, trucking).
www.geocities.com /Athens/Parthenon/9305/charlotte.html   (370 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina Encyclopedia Articles @ HillCountryArtists.com (Hill Country Artists)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
One of which ran north-south Great Wagon Road, and is followed closely today by U.S. In the early part of the 18th century, the Great Wagon Road led settlers of Scots-Irish (who were mostly Presbyterian and founded many churches) and German descent from Pennsylvania into the Carolina foothills.
The nation's original gold rush was on, and many veins of gold were subsequently found in the area.
In 1837 the U.S. The Charlotte mint was active until 1861, when Confederate forces seized the mint facility at the outbreak of the Civil War.
www.hillcountryartists.com /encyclopedia/Charlotte,_North_Carolina   (3595 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charlotte, county seat of Mecklenberg County, is North Carolina's largest city, and the headquarters of a number of banks (including Bank of America, formerly NationsBank).
Streetcars were introduced to Charlotte in May 1891 and were essential to development of late nineteenth and early twentieth century Charlotte.
In 2002, Charlotte Trolley and CATS (Charlotte Area Transit System) decided that #85 and Piraeus #1 would not stand up to the rigors of 7-day service over the entire 2-mile long route, which was set to begin in June 2004, and CATS cast about for more cars to operate.
world.nycsubway.org /us/charlotte   (803 words)

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Charles G. Monnett, III and Associates has been serving injured people in the Charlotte, North Carolina area since 1983.
Our Charlotte, North Carolina personal injury lawyers are dedicated to helping severely injured people recover the compensation necessary to move on with their lives.
People who have suffered serious injuries, whether in a car accident or as a result of medical malpractice, are often in a fragile condition, both physically and mentally.
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 Charlotte City Guide - The World Wide Beat
GoCarolinas.com: Weather Forecasts for Charlotte and the Carolinas
Charlotte is a major city in North Carolina near the border of South Carolina.
Uptown Charlotte (Charlotteans refer to the city's business center as "uptown" instead of "downtown") was built on the gunnies of the St. Catherine's and Rudisill gold mines, and is a banking center, with Wachovia (nee First Union) and other banks having headquarters here.
regional.searchbeat.com /charlotte.htm   (1068 words)

 ABCs of Charlotte, North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Today, Charlotte is a major distribution hub and is at the center of the largest consolidated rail system in the U.S. Charlotte is the center of the nation's fifth largest urban region.
Charlotte, with a population of 520,317, is the largest city within the region.
Queen City - Named for Queen Charlotte in 1768, the economic history of the Queen City was founded in textiles, transportation, and commerce, symbolically represented by three of the four sculptures at "The Square", the intersection of Trade and Tryon in the center city.
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 Charlotte North Carolina Entertainment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charlotte is the entertainment captol of North Carolina.
The Charlotte Coliseum with its pro basketball games with the WBNA Charlotte Sting to big name concerts with the best bands in the nation.
Charlotte has a lot of nightclubs from Boppers Bar and Boogie 5237 Albemarle Road to Champions Sports Bar and too many more to list here.
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 Queens University of Charlotte - Charlotte   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charlotte is one of the fastest growing business and arts communities in the nation, a thriving metropolitan center known for outdoor recreation, quality of life and a vibrant business community.
Charlotte is ideally located in the heart of the American Sunbelt, an active place with a whole lot going on.
Lake Norman, to the north of the city, is North Carolina's largest man-made lake: called an Inland Sea, it has over 520 miles of shoreline.
www.queens.edu /queens/about/charlotte.asp   (495 words)

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The owners of Insur-A-Car, having been raised their entire lives in Charlotte, want to carve out a special identity with the City.
The owners want proud Charlotteans and North Carolinians to feel they have the stability of a large company taking care of their insurance needs while still getting that personal small town service feel.
Charlotte Insurance figures to be a city icon, and a town staple that people can count on for many years to come!
www.charlotteinsurance.com   (208 words)

Darcel Mollon led the charge to a Charlotte 4-0 victory with her two goal performance.
Charlotte extended its win streak to five with a 3-1 win over the Dynamo Women (0-7-2, 2 pts).
Charlotte came away with a 2-1 victory to take back the W-League Atlantic Division lead from Richmond.
www.charlotteeagles.com   (562 words)

 College in Charlotte North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It serves the people of North Carolina, with special emphasis on Charlotte, the nation’s 35th largest city, and the surrounding 13-county metropolitan region, which includes 1.5 million people.
UNC Charlotte is the largest institution of higher education in the Charlotte region.
The College assisted in developing Advantage Carolina, the Charlotte Chamber’s Strategic Plan, and played a leadership role in developing the workforce continuum as a flagship initiative.
www.trcharlotte.com /Charlotte/Highered.htm   (480 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina :: Turner South   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Now, as home to two of largest banks in the country and professional sports, the Queen City is staking claim as one of the premier cities in the region and the perfect place for a 3 Day Weekend.
The Taste of Charlotte is June 3-5, 2005.
Modeled after Taste of Chicago and Taste of Buffalo, Lowes Foods Taste of Charlotte is one of the largest food and arts festivals in the state.
www.turnersouth.com /travel-and-events/destinations/article/1,,3945,00.html   (411 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina Southern Living - Find Articles
Like most Southern cities, Charlotte is hot, especially during the long, steamy summer.
But if by "hot" you mean "popular," Charlotte's downtown lives up to that definition as well.
The Queen City's central district, radiating outward from the intersection of Trade and Tryon, glows with a warmth fired by the diversity and vibrancy of the people who come here for work, recreation, or both.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3676/is_200404/ai_n9399171   (395 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
First of all, to go anywhere in Charlotte, a car is necessary.
The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is slow and inefficient, and there is no subway system, so having a car is a must.
Big churches are the rage in Charlotte, so if you are young and fl, you will probably attend Friendship Baptist Church, University Park Baptist Church, or New Life Fellowship Church, led by the infamous John P. Kee.
www.coas.howard.edu /journey/charlottenorthcarolina.html   (322 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina - Nov. 19, 2002
Charlotte embodies the best of the new south, including a budding art scene.
Two miles north of downtown, this onetime cotton mill community was, until the mid-'80s, as derelict as its abandoned factories.
North of Charlotte, along man-made Lake Norman, a popular spot for water sports, lies Davidson.
money.cnn.com /2002/11/08/pf/yourhome/bplive_charlotte   (474 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina
Elder Lang Priester, pastor of Progressive Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Charlotte, North Carolina, is responsible for the overall well-being of approximately 250 local church members.
In 1972, Minister Priester was sent to pastor the church in Charlotte.
He was instrumental in establishing several missions in cities such as Asheboro and Monroe (North Carolina), Atlanta and Columbus (Georgia), Lancaster and Chesterfield (South Carolina), and Tampa (Florida).
www.progressivechurch.org /Charlotte.htm   (299 words)

 Charlotte North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charlotte Area Transit Authority (CATS) operates local and express buses, neighborhood shuttles, carpools and vanpools.
Stops in the Center City are at 9th, 7th, 3rd and Stonewall Streets.
The trolley track runs through a tunnel through the middle of the Charlotte Convention Center.
www.charlottetravelinfo.com /transportation.htm   (136 words)

 Charlotte, North Carolina City Page
Charlotte, NC The Carolinas' largest metropolis, Charlotte grew quickly as a regional retail, financial, and distribution center and became the nation's leader in the textile industry.
Gold was discovered here in 1799, and the region around Charlotte was the nation's major gold producer until the California gold rush in 1848.
Today, Charlotte is among the largest banking centers in the country.
www.superpages.com /cities/Charlotte-NC.html   (415 words)

 Charlotte North Carolina Real Estate
Convenient to Charlotte and Lake Norman, Northstone is situated on 237 artistically landscaped acres.
Among major homebuilders in the Charlotte North Carolina area only one is "America's Builder." Our size and strength have
experience how sweet it is to live in Charlotte NC in a D.R. Horton home of your very own.
www.drhorton-charlotte.com /communitydetails.cfm?CommunityID=10   (269 words)

 Charlotte North Carolina Real Estate
The golf courses in North Carolina are among the world's finest and most accessible.
From the mountains to the coast, North Carolina is home to a variety of beautifully conditioned golf courses that are always prepared to challenge players of all levels.
On the North Carolina Golf Trail, you'll find complete data on more than 160 selected golf courses that welcome daily fee play, as well as information on lodging and packages, golf vacations, golf schools and golf real estate.
www.relocateamerica.com /states/NC/cities/charlott.htm   (776 words)

 Charlotte Marriott SouthPark Hotel in Charlotte North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Welcome to the Charlotte Marriott SouthPark, an elegant combination of European sophistication and Southern charm in Charlotte's prestigious SouthPark neighborhood.
This is a perfect location for hosting events, business meetings and weddings in the Charlotte area with elegantly designed ballrooms, meeting and board rooms, the garden-lined Pavilion, and the classic hospitality suites for smaller groups.
The hotel is easily accessible to the Charlotte Convention Center, Bank of America Stadium and the Charlotte Bobcats Arena.
marriott.com /property/propertypage/CLTPH   (276 words)

 Days Inn Charlotte—Charlotte North Carolina--Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Located in the South's fastest growing metropolitan area, the Days Inn North offers a clean, comfortable room away from home.
Located near Interstates 85 and 77, we are minutes away from Charlotte's most popular features and attractions.
We provide excellent and personalized service, and pride ourselves on friendly and efficient staff members who will make each guest's stay a pleasant one.
www.daysinncharlotte.com   (133 words)

 Charlotte North Carolina NC Attorneys Car Accidents Personal Injury Lawyers
Thank you for visiting the website of Hull and Chandler, P.A.  While headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, our lawyers serve not only the greater Charlotte metropolitan area but the Piedmont Triad area including Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to speak with an attorney regarding your legal issue, please do not hesitate to call our Charlotte, North Carolina office at (704) 375-8488 or our Winston-Salem number (336) 655-2222.
If you prefer, you may e-mail us or fill out the form on the Contact Us page of this website, and a representative from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
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