Historical Sites

North Carolina Historic Sites
a group of 27 unique state historic sites, ... Ft. Dobbs is the only North Carolina state historic site associated with the ...
Roanoke Island Festival Park
Operating from 1771-1883, Hopewell and other "iron plantations" laid the foundation for the transformation of the United States into an industrial giant.
Stagville Fountain
The plantations belonged to the Bennehan-Cameron family, whose combined holdings totaled approximately 900 slaves and almost 30,000 acres of land by 1860.
Somerset Plantation
During its 80 years as an active plantation (1785-1865), hundreds of acres were converted into high yielding fields of rice, corn, oats, wheat, beans, peas, and flax
Carl Sandburg Historical Site
Carl Sandburg spent a lifetime exploring what it meant to be an American and asked the eternal questions, "Who am I, where am I going and where have I been?"
Duke Homestead
Official site of the museum in Durham, North Carolina. Includes history of the Duke family, its tobacco business, and the homestead.
Historical Society
About the Society: Founded in 1947, the North Carolina Friends Historical Society is open to all interested persons and is comprised of historians, ...
Natl Register of Historic Places
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