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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.
Louisiana is one of only two states in the country allowing a non-unanimous jury to convict a defendant of a felony, and a Louisiana lawmaker says it is time for the practice to end.
People can give written comments to a special committee assigned to make recommendations on a proposal to move three Confederate monuments on North Carolina's old Capitol grounds to a Civil War battlefield.
In this week's Cape Fear History and Mysteries, it's a history lesson on civil rights during the Civil War.
Visitors were encouraged to bring their own pumpkin and, for a $10 fee, blow it up with Civil War-era torpedoes.
The North Carolina Historical Commission has postponed any decision on a request by Governor Roy Cooper to move three Confederate memorials that have stood on North Carolina's old Capitol grounds for over a century.
State legislative leaders are urging a state commission not to grant Gov. Roy Cooper's request to relocate three Confederate monuments from the old Capitol grounds.
A Virginia church that Robert E. Lee belonged to after the Civil War will no longer be named after the Confederate general.