Planted squarely between a river and an ocean, Wilmington’s relative isolation inspired a thriving artistic community.
A pair of celebrated North Carolina writers pay homage to the pleasures of lifting a platen.
An organization in Hillsborough preserves the music of the South by supporting the artists who make it.
A writer revisits the personal challenges, successes, and doubts in discovering and documenting North Carolina’s role in the Civil War.
After four years and thousands of lives lost, the war ends. (Volume 5, Part Four)
Confederate brigades battle Sherman’s troops in Bentonville. (Volume 5, Part Three)
The Union lays waste to Fayetteville in its push through the Carolinas. (Volume 5, Part Two)
Confederate troops fail to defend the vital port city. (Volume 5, Part 1)
The battle of Fort Fisher signals doom for the Confederacy. (Volume 4, Part 12)