Kannapolis History Associates
Who We Are - Our History

Kannapolis Charms
Other Projects
Cannon Mill History Fieldcrest/Pillowtex Mill Village History
Photo Archives
       GI house              Hinson History Room
Tour of Homes

Annual Events and Important Dates
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Photo Gallery

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     The Kannapolis History Associates is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserve the history of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina.  The Organization is active today in many areas, including preserving old photographs, preserving and displaying the GI house, and compiling all sorts of information about the early days of Kannapolis, as well as the recent.  We also co-sponsor an annual Tour of Homes, where we highlight several homes in our Mill Village area.

GI House Museum
GI House on Mountain St
     The GI House was built to help relieve the housing shortage in 1945.  This is the last remaining house on its original foundation.  It is open for tours on the first Sunday of each month from May  through October, or by appointment.  

 Hinson History Room

     The Foy T. and Gertrude Hinson History Room is located in a wing of the Kannapolis Public Library in Kannapolis, NC and is a repository of all sorts of information regarding Kannapolis in its early years to the present.  It is an excellent resource for genealogists and historians, as well as anyone just wanting to know some forgotten fact about the Kannapolis area.  The collection is open to the public When a volunteer is on duty, and  every other Saturday from 9am until 5 pm.

     We are always interested in your story or picture about Kannapolis in the past.  Please drop by to share with us.  Or just drop by to see what's there!