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Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Home to the largest Civil War land battle to take place on North Carolina soil. Walk the fields on which 80,000 Union and Confederate soldiers fought. Tour the nearby Harper House, where wounded from both sides were treated. In Johnston County, minutes from I-95 at Exit 90.




Address:
5466 Harper House Rd.
Four Oaks, NC 27524
Phone: (910)594-0789
Our Email: bentonville@ncmail.net
Our Website:www.bentonvillebattlefield.nchistoricsites.org

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Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site

Home to the largest Civil War land battle to take place on North Carolina soil. Walk the fields on which 80,000 Union and Confederate soldiers fought. Tour the nearby Harper House, where wounded from both sides were treated. In Johnston County, minutes from I-95 at Exit 90.
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Four Oaks, NC Historic Sites


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