Among the stone and pine in our southern mountains, monied gentry built their summer homes and established towns that helped define the area.
A History Lover’s Guide to Perquimans County
Take a walking tour to discover centuries-old homes and architecture, grab a bite in a 111-year-old pharmacy or a 175-year-old country store, and paddle down the same cypress-lined river once navigated by Native Americans.
The 1970s: Lifting Native Voices
A new commission of Indian affairs ensures representation for North Carolina’s indigenous population. In politics, journalism, the arts, and more, the state’s original residents make strides and speak out.