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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is recognizing the contributions of its first African American naturalist.
Fifty years ago, 400,000 people descended on Bethel, New York, for what was called "an Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music," but it's best known as Woodstock.
A tennis club for African American players that hosted International Tennis Hall of Famers Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe is being honored with a historic marker.
Wilmington City Council next month will consider renaming N. 3rd Street after a Port City native and civil rights icon.
Atlanta will soon add lessons about the South's racist history on markers placed next to four historic monuments.
A unique summer camp in Raleigh allows children to play with dolls in a historic home that looks like a dollhouse.
A new area on the Battleship North Carolina is open daily to visitors.
If you fancy a spot of tea for your child, or a Victorian tale told by a fairy, the historic Latimer House is the place for you to be this weekend. Midsummer's Day Tea Party is a benefit happening Saturday and Sunday where the proceeds go to supporting the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society.
Do you remember the music and movement of the 1940's? Well in case you forgot or did not get to experience it, some people had that chance on Independence day at the Hannah Block Historic USO.