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Confederate monument removed from Buncombe County courthouse

Workers have removed a Confederate monument that stands outside a county courthouse in the western North Carolina city of Asheville.

Confederate flag losing prominence 155 years after Civil War

The Confederate battle flag is losing its place of official prominence in the South 155 years after the end of the Civil War.

Confederate cannons removed from Raleigh now at Fort Fisher

Two Civil War cannons that were at a Confederate monument in Raleigh are now at Fort Fisher.

Archaeologists: Beach find could be more than a century old

North Carolina's Office of State Archaeology says it received a donated piece of driftwood that was collected by a beachgoer decades ago and could date back to the Civil War-era.

Historic Site commemorates second battle in Civil War

Sunday in Kure Beach, the Fort Fisher State Historic Site commemorated the 155th anniversary of Fort Fisher's second battle through their Glory for All program.

Civil War-era cannon restored, installed at Fort Anderson Historic Site

A little, or rather a large, piece of history is being installed nearly 155 years after the fall of Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Historic Site.

Atlanta to add context about racism to historic monuments

Atlanta will soon add lessons about the South's racist history on markers placed next to four historic monuments.

Discussing plans for a Civil War-era church in Brunswick County

A Brunswick County church built and attended by former slaves shortly after the end of the Civil War still exists in our area. However, over the past few years, it has fallen into disrepair. Now two groups are trying to change that.

Protesters gather at George Davis statue Saturday afternoon

Protesters voice their concerns about the message that it sends.

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