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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 will soon add lessons about the South's racist history on markers placed next to four historic monuments.
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 voice their concerns about the message that it sends.
Minority troops of Civil War given the recognition they deserve
North Carolina officials don't have an official policy addressing the sale of Confederate flag merchandise at Civil War battlefield gift shops, but the products' future is unclear.
A North Carolina historical commission decided Wednesday that three Confederate monuments will remain on the state Capitol grounds.
A house in North Carolina that was the home of a lieutenant of the Confederate Army and headquarters for a general of the Confederate Army is no longer standing.
Wrightsville Beach Museum of History is presenting "Shipwreck! Civil War Wrecks off Our Coast" on Saturday from 3-4 p.m.