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The Plaza features the Special Warfare Memorial Statue and memorial stones donated by Special Operations veterans groups.
Repository for federal documents, maps and microfilm. Treasure Room houses many primary materials on African-American life and culture.
Located on the campus of UNC Wilmington, the Herbert Bluethenthal Memorial Wildflower Preserve consists of approximately 10
The museum houses the history of the 82nd Airborne Division from 1917
James Walker Tufts' dream of Pinehurst unfolds in the letters, pictures and news clippings displayed here dating from 1895.
Novelist Thomas Wolfe's boyhood home and setting for his 1929 novel "Look Homeward, Angel."
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Stone marker commemorates the spot where the first religious service on record was held in the Carolinas. William Edmundson, an English Quaker, presided over the service in 1672.
Focuses on the region's history from 1650 to 1900. Andrew Jackson, the nation's 7th President, is one of the subjects covered at the museum.
Site of the world's first controlled powered flights by the Wright Brothers on December 17, 1903. Museum exhibits, reproduction of the 1903 airplane and 1902
The Blount-Bridgers House is a Federal style plantation house built c. 1808 by Thomas Blount, a prominent Edgecombe County businessman and United States Congressman. "The Grove,"
A large pink granite ball mounted on a base with a plaque that reads "To Our Confederate Dead 1861-1865"
Ancient hardwood forest has been preserved as a tribute to the poet of "Trees," who was killed in action during World War I. Two-mile trail passes under enormous yellow poplars -- some over 100
This chapel was named for President John F. Kennedy, who designated the green beret for Special Forces soldiers and was a dynamic force behind the formation of the special operations unit. <
At end of WWII returning veterans found an acute shortage of local homes. To relieve the problem, Charles Cannon had 100
Three acres with gazebo. Memorial and historic chapel.
Downtown Raleigh's Convention and Conference Center Complex consists of two separate facilities, the Raleigh Convention and Conference Center (RCCC)
Named in top 25 public courses in the Charlotte area by Business Journal.;Championship (2961 yards, 113 slope); ;9 holes, par 36, ;range, putt. green, chip. green, pro shop, rentals, ;
1907 twin-towered, Gothic Revival-style church. Named for Washington Duke; features 10-bell, manually-operated carillon and Holtkamp organ. Carillon performances nightly.
Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Museum began as the private collection by Eva Blount Way (1869-1962). Includes 30,000
Recognizes 1,607 North Carolinians killed or missing in the Vietnam War. Located two miles south of Thomasville along I-85 in the Rest Area near mile marker 100.