The Stonewall Jackson Juvenile Correctional Facility
This facility was built in 1907 and it was the first juvenile detention center in North Carolina. It was named after the General Stonewall Jackson. It’s about 3 miles from downtown Concord and it originally had 290 acres of land. Now it only has 88 acres. This center was for troubled youth and to separate them from the adults. Over the years, it was criticized for abuses common in detention centers. To read more, click HERE.