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  • Ancestral Tracks - History of Warren Co. North Carolina
  • Appalachian Summit - History of this region which includes all of western North Carolina and parts of eastern Tennessee.
  • Balsam Roots - Haywood County Genealogical Society - Facilitates the study of genealogy and family and local history here in Haywood.
  • Battleship North Carolina - North Carolina's WWII memorial. Museum (open daily), memorial, activities, calendar of events. Revisit the days of WWII in the Pacific.
  • Buckner Hill Plantation - A 19th century Greek Revival antebellum house in Duplin County open for public viewing by appointment.
  • The Caudill Cabin Family Homestead (1890's) - Features photos and history of restored cabin from the 1800's as well as photos and history of the family who built it.
  • Church and State in North Carolina - Full text online of book by Stephen Beauregard Weeks, about colonial days.
  • Duels in Western North Carolina - Narrative history by John Preston Arthur, published in 1914.
  • Eastern North Carolina Books - Books providing a pictorial history of several counties of Eastern North Carolina from the 1890s to present.
  • The First Flight Centennial Foundation - This organizations was formed in North Carolina to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers' first flight, located at RDU airport, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Gold Mining in North Carolina - North Carolina was the scene of the first gold rush - read about it.
  • History of Western North Carolina - A 28 chapter online text telling the story of Western North Carolina, from beginning to present time.
  • History of Western North Carolina - Chapter IV - Daniel Boone - Excerpt from John Preston Arthur's "History of North Carolina". Chapter IV Daniel Boone
  • History/Demographics on Alleghany County, NC in the Blue Ridge Mountains - History, demographics and community life of Alleghany County, in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina - Preserves and celebrates the history and culture of Jews in the state. Features programs, events, online collection, Rosenzweig Gallery. Based in Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence - They did meet, they did reslove, they did oppose, with their lives, their fortunes and their scared honor.
  • New River Historical Notes - Collection of primary source documents and essays pertaining to the history of the New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia.
  • New River Notes - Offers history of roads, stage coaches and taverns in Western part of the state.
  • North Carolina Archaeology - Articles and information about the prehistoric and historic archaeology of North Carolina.
  • North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources - The North Carolina state agency responsible for arts, history and library programs.
  • North Carolina Discussion Fleet - Educational forums and live chats pertaining to North Carolina.
  • North Carolina Division of Archives & History - Comprehensive site dedicated to locations throughout North Carolina with information about the history of the state.
  • North Carolina Echo - Special collection of North Carolina's libraries, archives, and museums.
  • North Carolina Heritage Foundation - Sells books, music, videos and clothing that document the history of the state.
  • North Carolina Museum of History - Provides general museum information as well as information regarding exhibits, collections, associates, programs and events, regional museums, and education services.
  • North Carolina Office of State Archaeology - Coordinates and implements a statewide program of prehistoric, historic, and underwater archaeology. Includes staff profiles, information on programs and volunteer opportunities.
  • North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office - State government agency responsible for assisting in the protection of historic properties and sites in North Carolina.
  • Old Salem - Restored Moravian community and museums: gift shop, history, tourist information.
  • - Serves the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Here you'll find attractions, history, events, and things to do, as well as real estate, bed and breakfast inns, and accommodations.
  • Preservation North Carolina - Nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the preservation of historic sites and properties in North Carolina. Includes: guide to historic sites (by county), properties available for sale, newsletter.
  • Profile of Wilbur and Orville Wright - FlightDeck Aviators - Everything you ever wanted to know about Wilbur and Orville Wright
  • Revolutionary Days - Chapter 5, John Preston Arthur's History of Western North Carolina.
  • The State of Franklin - Chapter 6 of John Preston Arthur's Book on the History of Western North Carolina.
  • Trading Ford on the Yadkin - History of the Trading Ford area of North Carolina's Yadkin River from Native Americans to the twentieth century.
  • The Wright Brothers Photographs - Wright Brothers pages with actual photos of the brothers and Kitty Hawk.