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The Carteret County Courthouse c. 1796 is the oldest wooden-frame courthouse in NC!  Located on the Beaufort Historic Site, we host many events within the courthouse including mock trials and educational workshops on the early American legal system

The Carteret County Courthouse c. 1796 is the oldest wooden-frame courthouse in NC! Located on the Beaufort Historic Site, we host many events within the courthouse including mock trials and educational workshops on the early American legal system

The Cooleemee Plantation House, is a house located near Mocksville, on the Yadkin River in Davie Co., North Carolina. The house is an "Anglo-Grecian Villa", built in the shape of a Greek cross between 1853-1855 by Peter & Columbia Stuart Hairston. The house is built from approximately 300,000 bricks made on site. Cooleemee Plantation was founded by Col. Jesse A. Pearson who took part in the capture of approximately 600 tribal Creek Indians during the War of 1812.

Photograph view of the facade of Cooleemee Plantation, Davie County, North Carolina, home of one branch of the Hairston family, originally of Virginia.

Site of the largest troop surrender that ended the Civil War. Includes reconstructed farmhouse, Visitor Center with museum, theater presentation…

Site of the largest troop surrender that ended the Civil War. Includes reconstructed farmhouse, Visitor Center with museum, theater presentation…

Carteret County Courthouse, c1796.  The oldest wood-framed courthouse in North Carolina, the courthouse has recently undergone an award-winning restoration. It serves as the backdrop for our courthouse dramatization, an integral tool for educating today’s youth about the early American legal system. (Photo by Beaufort Historic Site)

Built around the original Carteret County Courthouse is the oldest wood-framed courthouse in North Carolina.

The Apothecary & Doctor's Office c. 1859 located on the Site

Beaufort Historic Sites have been authentically renovated to show the culture and history of Beaufort. Take one of the best Beaufort NC Tours today.

Palmer-Marsh House, Bath, North Carolina, 1744.

Palmer-Marsh House, Bath, North Carolina, It became a National Historic Landmark on April

"Edenton, North Carolina, is a storybook place. The view across Edenton Bay and the Albemarle Sound from the foot of Broad Street, the lovely waterfront parks, the tree-lined streets flanked by fine eighteenth- and nineteenth-century homes, the magnificent 1767 Chowan County Courthouse with its green running to the water, together yield an unsurpassed feeling of romance, charm, and warmth. (The Chowan County Courthouse is a National Historic Landmark)."

"Edenton, North Carolina, is a storybook place. The view across Edenton Bay and the Albemarle Sound from the foot of Broad Street, the lovely waterfront parks, the tree-lined streets flanked by fine eighteenth- and nineteenth-century homes, the magnificent 1767 Chowan County Courthouse with its green running to the water, together yield an unsurpassed feeling of romance, charm, and warmth. (The Chowan County Courthouse is a National Historic Landmark)."

Battlefield- Guilford Courthouse  Greensboro, NC

Battlefield- Guilford Courthouse Greensboro, NC ~Worked here for a short time, visited downtown, nice and friendly folks here!

The Bethania Historic District was the first planned Moravian settlement in Wachovia, NC, founded on June 12, 1759. It remains a rare example of Germanic-type linear agricultural village in the United States, and exists as the larget National Historic Landmark District in Forsyth County spanning across 500 acres.

The Bethania Historic District was the first planned Moravian settlement in Wachovia, NC, founded on June 12, 1759. It remains a rare example of Germanic-type linear agricultural village in the United States, and exists as the larget National Historic Landmark District in Forsyth County spanning across 500 acres.

Lost Colony of Roanoke: How People Vanished? | Annoyz View

Lost Colony of Roanoke: How People Vanished?

The Lost Colony of Roanoke Island NC. The colonists fled from Roanoke Island to Croatan village on Hatteras Island NC

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