Built in 1879, the James C. Dowd House is a prominent structure in the history of Charlotte. It was built by confederate James C. Dowd and it is a critical artifact from World War I. It served as the headquarters for the U.S. Army at Camp Greene, a military training base. The two-story Victorian house is now renovated and exhibits remains from the World War I period. It is a must visit destination for someone interested in the historical importance of Charlotte.
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