The battle of Fort Fisher signals doom for the Confederacy. (Volume 4, Part 12)
A coastal snowfall, an iconic sled, and a gruff grandpa conspire for a final adventure down the dunes.
Fort Fisher endures a punishing barrage by an armada from the North. (Volume 4, Part 11)
The slave trade in North Carolina thrives, despite the impending demise of the Confederacy. (Volume 4, Part 10)
The state historical boat blends beauty and utility.
Nuns from the North travel south to nurse the sick and comfort the dying. (Volume 4, Part 9)
Faced with the cruel realities of war, survivors must change their approaches to mourning. (Volume 4, Part 8)
Today’s distillers represent the latest in a long and storied history of North Carolina whiskey makers. Using the same ingredients and recipes as their predecessors, modern moonshiners are still moonshiners at heart.
The Union Army’s plan to explode a mine succeeds, but the confederate counterattack proves more deadly. (Volume 4, Part 7)