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Historic Sites in Holly Springs, NC

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Water from this spring was believed to have healing powers. The resort town of Fuquay Springs developed around this s... hmdb.org

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The 174-acre park features hiking trails, Historic Yates Mill, Wake County’s last remaining gristmill, and the mil... visitnc.com

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The recorded history of Oak View began in 1829 when Benton Southworth Donaldson Williams purchased a trac... americanheritage.com

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Joel Lane's house, a jewel of mid-Atlantic Georgian architecture, was built circa 1770 in North Carolina's back country.  In ...

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Home to North Carolina's governor and family, this 1891 Queen Anne Victorian mansion opens its ground floors to the... 10best.com

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While at Mordecai, visitors can tour other historic structures which have been moved to Mordecai Park for... americanheritage.com

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John Haywood, the states first elected treasurer, built this Federal-style frame house in 1799 for his family, in ... visitnc.com

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Explore more than 14,000 years of North Carolina history, from the state's earliest inhabitants through the 20t... museumsusa.org

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Christ Episcopal Church has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in... hmdb.org

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(Preface): The Carolinas Campaign began on February 1, 1865, when Union Gen. William T. Sherman led his army north fr... hmdb.org

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L. O’B. Branch

Raleigh, NC

General Description This trail is a moderate 2.2 mile hike. It is located in the northwest area of the park alon... wildernet.com

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The church was chartered in 1811 and built in 1845-46 and is maintained in its original architectural design witho... visitnc.com

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The first public park in the United States solely devoted to Dr. King and the civil rights movement, it is bordere... visitnc.com

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Internationally recognized as one of the premier collections of trees and shrubs with over 5,000 different plants ... visitnc.com

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Leigh Farm Park

Chapel Hill, NC

This 90-acre nature preserve is the site of a 19th century plantation which features an antebellum house and a clu... visitnc.com

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The Triangle's only full-service tour operator with professionally guided motorized and walking tours, Tobacco Roa... visitnc.com

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The original Olivia Raney Library opened in 1901 across from the old Capitol, moved to Fayetteville Street Mall in... visitnc.com

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Adjacent to Historic Oakwood, the Oakwood Cemetery, with over 20,000 interments, is the resting place of approxima... visitnc.com

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Enjoy a narrated tour of Downtown Raleigh from an “old” point of view! The tour lasts approximately one hour. The ... visitnc.com

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Borden Building

Raleigh, NC

The Borden Building is one of two remaining buildings on the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children. Wha... visitnc.com

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