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It is currently the smallest township in Rowan County by population. The community is smaller in area than the administrative township or the area that lists Mount Ulla as its address. The township is an administrative subdivision for voting precincts, tax-listings, and census districts thus does not coincide or reflect local inhabitants historical perception of Mount Ulla boundaries. Mount Ulla zip code area has an outline that does not coincide with Mount Ulla Township boundaries.

It stretches into Iredell county community such as Mazeppa, does not come as far north as township's border, stretches into Steele township in the east, Atwell Township in the southeast, and reaches down past township's southern boundary along NC into Atwell township.

Due to the ambiguous and arbitrary nature of boundaries in rural Rowan county communities, historical and contemporary documents at times record location as Mount Ulla when the location may belong to a neighboring community in other documents or may carry a different geographical address.

Its outline is defined by natural and man-made landmarks. The Southern border neatly follows North Carolina Highway The Western border coincides with the administrative line between Iredell and Rowan counties.

Mount Ulla area landscape is typical for Piedmont plateau - rolling hills with elevations up to meters above sea level punctuated by springs that feed into Beaverdam, Withrow, Back, and Sills creeks, which flow to the South Yadkin River.

It is characterized by Paleozoic era intrusive rock formations - granitic rock, quartz, diorite, and gabbro. The latitude of Mount Ulla is Mount Ulla township is a heavily developed agricultural community of pastures and crop fields. Agricultural activity reduced native plant population and introduced foreign species that became invasive. Natural forest growth consisted of red , white , and post oak , shortleaf pine , hickory , poplar , elm , dogwood , sourwood , cedar, black and sweetgum , locust , walnut, sassafras , pawpaw , and persimmon.

Agricultural crops evolve with time. In the beginning of the 20th century cotton and tobacco were popular. Local weed flora can be divided into two categories - non-native plants that have become invasive and threaten native flora as well as native southeastern North American plants if they interfere with intended and desirable plant growth. Some pasture weeds that were introduced from Europe are Canada thistle , chickweed , clover , cornflower , dandelion , deptford pink, field sorrel , lambsquarters , Queen Anne's lace.

Invasive weed grasses found in Mount Ulla vicinity are crabgrass , bermuda grass. Invasive vines are kudzu and Japanese honeysuckle. Invasive trees include Bradford pear and mimosa. Lockridge, the second minister at the Back Creek Presbyterian Church, named the community in The reasons for the name remain unknown but it is believed it is of literary origin since Rev.

Lockridge was an ardent student of literature. Lockridge named the community in reference to a biblical man Ulla in the Book of Chronicles 7: Long before it was Mount Ulla, the land became an English colony.

This is the region lying from about thirty miles north of the Florida state line to the southern side of Albemarle Sound in North Carolina. It was incorporated under the name Province of Carolana. The plans to plant the colony never materialized, thus presented a case for a failed colonization attempt.

In March King Charles II of England issued a new charter for the vast territory from the southern border of the Virginia Colony at 36 degrees north to 31 degrees north to eight English noblemen who were his strong supports in restoration to the throne after the English Civil War and Oliver Cromwell 's decade long rule of England.

The new eight rulers of the Province of Carolina became known as Lords Proprietor. The rights of the people were set forth as well as the common rights of Englishmen. They were guaranteed English personal and property rights, liberty of conscience, and all liberties and rights enjoyed by King's subjects residing in England. Settling of the Province of Carolina was a difficult enterprise. None of the original Lords Proprietor ever set foot in the colony thus had little understanding of the territory over which they held enormous power.

Two of the Proprietors failed to contribute their shares to development of the colony. Men sent over as Governors never held any office making ruling of the new colony even more difficult. False promises and demand to pay quit-rent in sterling rather than marketable commodities contributed to discord and confusion in the new colony.

As a result of this, there was difficulty enforcing English law, laws were passed that conflicted with English law, piracy and smuggling flourished, currency had become almost worthless, manufacturing was competing with English industry. Collection of quit-rent on land granted to colonists was a continual problem. The Proprietors were disillusioned in their quest to gain quick riches in the Province of Carolina. In Carolina colony split into two separate provinces South and North Carolina.

Advisers to the Crown were more interesting in gaining control of the colony. In almost all of North Carolina became a royal colony. John Carteret's share consisted of the country lying south of the Virginia border to The south boundary was surveyed from the coast to Bath in , then to the corner of what is now Chatham County, on Deep River. In , the line was extended westward to Coldwater Creek at a point approximately fourteen miles southwest of the present site of Salisbury. This area became known as Granville District.

The section of Granville district lying between the Yadkin and Catawba rivers was described by contemporaries as fertile, well-watered, virtually treeless meadowland. Myriads of little rivulets, combining to form large creeks, flowed from countless sequestered springs.

In 18th century when immigrants began to settle the backcountry of North Carolina, land travel prevailed. Home sites increasingly began springing up along the upper reaches of creeks. Each home place nearly always included a fresh water spring providing one source of water for people and one for the animals. Withrow Creek and Sills Creek in the vicinity of Mount Ulla serve as reminders of the frontier pioneers who settled the area by mid-eighteenth century.

The first recorded settlement on the lands of present day Mount Ulla bears the name "The Irish Settlement" of By there were enough settlers to form a new administrative division on the frontier - Anson County. In three hundred and fifty residents of Anson county petitioned to the North Carolina legislature to form Rowan County , where Mount Ulla remains till this day.

The area that became known as Mount Ulla was settled largely by the descendants of Scotch-Irish also known as Ulster Scots , an ethnic group of mostly Protestant Scottish people who migrated to Ulster , Ireland as part of planned colonization of Ireland sanctioned by of James VI of Scotland and I of England. In summer delegates from Thirteen Colonies were called to convene in Philadelphia.

On August 8, freeholders representing all parts of Rowan County met in Salisbury and unanimously adopted Resolutions by inhabitants of Rowan County concerning resistance to Parliamentary taxation and the Provincial Congress of North Carolina , also colloquially known as Rowan Resolves.

Among freeholders who signed Rowan Resolves were George Cathy and Samuel Young, both of whom owned land in the general vicinity of present day Mount Ulla. The history of slavery in this part of the county is not well researched.

There were fewer black residents in Western part of North Carolina than the east, but both slave and free black appear in the records from the s. Throughout the summer of conservative political clubs started to spring up in Western Rowan and in Mount Ulla in particular to combat Radical Republicans of the Reconstruction Era. Mount Ulla has a significant number of structures that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Citizens over 65 years of age comprise The median age of a Mount Ulla community resident was around 42 years.

Eighty percent of residents have at least completed high school. Fifteen percent of residents have received bachelor degree or higher. Mount Ulla residents are predominantly Protestant Christians.

The following churches have served the community:. Mount Ulla is governed at the county level and does not have any local government. Mount Ulla Township is designated voting precinct 24, congressional district 13, senate district 33, house district All of the schools are under Rowan-Salisbury School System jurisdiction. West Rowan Middle School has a Salisbury address and is not part of the community. During the early days of immigration into Rowan both German and Scotch-Irish settlers were zealous for education and religion.

In their communities the school house and the church were usually one and the same structure. Thus prior to much of the educational upbringing of children was handled by religious institutions. Andrew Lockridge, the pastor of Back Creek Presbyterian Church, in addition to his ministerial work taught a classical school in the community. During this time he convinced members of the community of the need to have a denominational home college.

Back Creek Church members subscribed and paid for the founding and support of Davidson College during Private schools continued operations because public schools were poorly financed and operated only four or five months a year. Back Creek Academy at Mount Ulla was in operation as early as German Lutherans started one of the first area subscription schools in soon as the congregation of St. Luke's Lutheran Church formed in A parochial school was built in and St. Between the years of and the public county schools in the area were the worst in the state.

Many schools had only two rooms, often not fit for school use. Mount Ulla had a public school in Cook of the Greensboro Woman's College recommended improvements in public school buildings, increasing their size to not less than eight rooms. Mount Ulla was on the list of communities to improve its public [58] Mount Ulla Elementary School was accredited in Mount Ulla High School was accredited in A segrated unaccredited Negro school operated at Bear Poplar.

As the roads in the rural farmland of Mount Ulla improved and the density of population grew, the need for organized fire protection arose. In Mount Ulla and Bear Poplar saw the opening of their first volunteer fire department. It consists of four fire stations - Centenary, Bear Poplar, Mount Ulla, and Miranda - covering the area of 49 square miles of rural homes and farmland with approximately 3, people living in the district.

Like all Rowan fire department, it is funded through fire taxes. Medical emergencies account for the rise in overall response rates.

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The community is smaller in area than the administrative township or the area that lists Mount Ulla as its address. The township is an administrative subdivision for voting precincts, tax-listings, and census districts thus does not coincide or reflect local inhabitants historical perception of Mount Ulla boundaries.

Mount Ulla zip code area has an outline that does not coincide with Mount Ulla Township boundaries. It stretches into Iredell county community such as Mazeppa, does not come as far north as township's border, stretches into Steele township in the east, Atwell Township in the southeast, and reaches down past township's southern boundary along NC into Atwell township.

Due to the ambiguous and arbitrary nature of boundaries in rural Rowan county communities, historical and contemporary documents at times record location as Mount Ulla when the location may belong to a neighboring community in other documents or may carry a different geographical address.

Its outline is defined by natural and man-made landmarks. The Southern border neatly follows North Carolina Highway The Western border coincides with the administrative line between Iredell and Rowan counties. Mount Ulla area landscape is typical for Piedmont plateau - rolling hills with elevations up to meters above sea level punctuated by springs that feed into Beaverdam, Withrow, Back, and Sills creeks, which flow to the South Yadkin River.

It is characterized by Paleozoic era intrusive rock formations - granitic rock, quartz, diorite, and gabbro. The latitude of Mount Ulla is Mount Ulla township is a heavily developed agricultural community of pastures and crop fields. Agricultural activity reduced native plant population and introduced foreign species that became invasive.

Natural forest growth consisted of red , white , and post oak , shortleaf pine , hickory , poplar , elm , dogwood , sourwood , cedar, black and sweetgum , locust , walnut, sassafras , pawpaw , and persimmon. Agricultural crops evolve with time. In the beginning of the 20th century cotton and tobacco were popular.

Local weed flora can be divided into two categories - non-native plants that have become invasive and threaten native flora as well as native southeastern North American plants if they interfere with intended and desirable plant growth.

Some pasture weeds that were introduced from Europe are Canada thistle , chickweed , clover , cornflower , dandelion , deptford pink, field sorrel , lambsquarters , Queen Anne's lace. Invasive weed grasses found in Mount Ulla vicinity are crabgrass , bermuda grass.

Invasive vines are kudzu and Japanese honeysuckle. Invasive trees include Bradford pear and mimosa. Lockridge, the second minister at the Back Creek Presbyterian Church, named the community in The reasons for the name remain unknown but it is believed it is of literary origin since Rev. Lockridge was an ardent student of literature. Lockridge named the community in reference to a biblical man Ulla in the Book of Chronicles 7: Long before it was Mount Ulla, the land became an English colony.

This is the region lying from about thirty miles north of the Florida state line to the southern side of Albemarle Sound in North Carolina. It was incorporated under the name Province of Carolana. The plans to plant the colony never materialized, thus presented a case for a failed colonization attempt. In March King Charles II of England issued a new charter for the vast territory from the southern border of the Virginia Colony at 36 degrees north to 31 degrees north to eight English noblemen who were his strong supports in restoration to the throne after the English Civil War and Oliver Cromwell 's decade long rule of England.

The new eight rulers of the Province of Carolina became known as Lords Proprietor. The rights of the people were set forth as well as the common rights of Englishmen. They were guaranteed English personal and property rights, liberty of conscience, and all liberties and rights enjoyed by King's subjects residing in England. Settling of the Province of Carolina was a difficult enterprise. None of the original Lords Proprietor ever set foot in the colony thus had little understanding of the territory over which they held enormous power.

Two of the Proprietors failed to contribute their shares to development of the colony. Men sent over as Governors never held any office making ruling of the new colony even more difficult. False promises and demand to pay quit-rent in sterling rather than marketable commodities contributed to discord and confusion in the new colony. As a result of this, there was difficulty enforcing English law, laws were passed that conflicted with English law, piracy and smuggling flourished, currency had become almost worthless, manufacturing was competing with English industry.

Collection of quit-rent on land granted to colonists was a continual problem. The Proprietors were disillusioned in their quest to gain quick riches in the Province of Carolina.

In Carolina colony split into two separate provinces South and North Carolina. Advisers to the Crown were more interesting in gaining control of the colony. In almost all of North Carolina became a royal colony. John Carteret's share consisted of the country lying south of the Virginia border to The south boundary was surveyed from the coast to Bath in , then to the corner of what is now Chatham County, on Deep River.

In , the line was extended westward to Coldwater Creek at a point approximately fourteen miles southwest of the present site of Salisbury. This area became known as Granville District. The section of Granville district lying between the Yadkin and Catawba rivers was described by contemporaries as fertile, well-watered, virtually treeless meadowland.

Myriads of little rivulets, combining to form large creeks, flowed from countless sequestered springs. In 18th century when immigrants began to settle the backcountry of North Carolina, land travel prevailed. Home sites increasingly began springing up along the upper reaches of creeks. Each home place nearly always included a fresh water spring providing one source of water for people and one for the animals.

Withrow Creek and Sills Creek in the vicinity of Mount Ulla serve as reminders of the frontier pioneers who settled the area by mid-eighteenth century. The first recorded settlement on the lands of present day Mount Ulla bears the name "The Irish Settlement" of By there were enough settlers to form a new administrative division on the frontier - Anson County.

In three hundred and fifty residents of Anson county petitioned to the North Carolina legislature to form Rowan County , where Mount Ulla remains till this day. The area that became known as Mount Ulla was settled largely by the descendants of Scotch-Irish also known as Ulster Scots , an ethnic group of mostly Protestant Scottish people who migrated to Ulster , Ireland as part of planned colonization of Ireland sanctioned by of James VI of Scotland and I of England.

In summer delegates from Thirteen Colonies were called to convene in Philadelphia. On August 8, freeholders representing all parts of Rowan County met in Salisbury and unanimously adopted Resolutions by inhabitants of Rowan County concerning resistance to Parliamentary taxation and the Provincial Congress of North Carolina , also colloquially known as Rowan Resolves. Among freeholders who signed Rowan Resolves were George Cathy and Samuel Young, both of whom owned land in the general vicinity of present day Mount Ulla.

The history of slavery in this part of the county is not well researched. There were fewer black residents in Western part of North Carolina than the east, but both slave and free black appear in the records from the s.

Throughout the summer of conservative political clubs started to spring up in Western Rowan and in Mount Ulla in particular to combat Radical Republicans of the Reconstruction Era. Mount Ulla has a significant number of structures that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Citizens over 65 years of age comprise The median age of a Mount Ulla community resident was around 42 years.

Eighty percent of residents have at least completed high school. Fifteen percent of residents have received bachelor degree or higher. Mount Ulla residents are predominantly Protestant Christians.

The following churches have served the community:. Mount Ulla is governed at the county level and does not have any local government. Mount Ulla Township is designated voting precinct 24, congressional district 13, senate district 33, house district All of the schools are under Rowan-Salisbury School System jurisdiction.

West Rowan Middle School has a Salisbury address and is not part of the community. During the early days of immigration into Rowan both German and Scotch-Irish settlers were zealous for education and religion. In their communities the school house and the church were usually one and the same structure.

Thus prior to much of the educational upbringing of children was handled by religious institutions. Andrew Lockridge, the pastor of Back Creek Presbyterian Church, in addition to his ministerial work taught a classical school in the community.

During this time he convinced members of the community of the need to have a denominational home college. Back Creek Church members subscribed and paid for the founding and support of Davidson College during Private schools continued operations because public schools were poorly financed and operated only four or five months a year.

Back Creek Academy at Mount Ulla was in operation as early as German Lutherans started one of the first area subscription schools in soon as the congregation of St.

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