Concord is Cabarrus County’s county seat, and the city makes up part of the Charlotte metropolitan area, though it is located relatively far to the northeast of the city proper. This distance from the urban agglomeration means that Concord is a little greener than many of its sibling cities in the area.
Despite its name, Charlotte Motor Speedway officially lies within the boundaries of Concord, and that is one of the town’s most significant attractions, drawing in NASCAR fans from all around. The speedway is surrounded by car museums of all sorts, including the Hendrick Motorsports Museum and the Mustang Owner’s Museum.
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Concord was founded in 1796, but the town was incorporated ten years later, in 1806. Concord’s major industries were cotton and textiles, and they lead to the city growing immensely throughout the 1800s. Later on, the city was industrialized, keeping its economy strong into the 20th century.
Concord’s info and demographics are freely available on the city’s QuickFacts page on the US Census Bureau’s site. Here’s what we managed to find out:
- 60% White
- 12% Hispanic or Latino
- 21% African American
- 5% Asian
- 0.4% Native American
Concord is home to about 96,000 people, and the population has risen by about 21% since the town’s last census. The median value of a home in Concord is around $189,000.
- Concord was founded due to a disagreement between local settlements over where the new county seat should be. The town was created to settle the problem once and for all.
- Concord was so-named because of the spirit of harmony behind the decision to settle the original issue that led to the town’s founding.
- The Old Courthouse Theater in Concord (somewhat confusingly) used to be the First Baptist Church of Concord, and not actually a courthouse.
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