Archaeological evidence indicates that Native Americans were living in North Carolina at least 10,000 years ago. For centuries before European contact, these native people lived in harmony with the natural environment, taking no more from the land than they needed to survive. Individual ownership of land was completely alien to them. Fishing, hunting and farming provided food for their tribal groups.

Cherokee Heritage Museum and Gallery
Eastern Band of Cherokee
EasternBull Drum and Singers
Lumbee Indian
Museum of the Cherokee Indian
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Town Creek Indian Mound
Unto These Hills

The North Carolina State Tree is the Pine Tree.

The Pine Tree is the most abundant tree in North Carolina. In the early days of North Carolina History, the pine tree was used to make turpentine and other naval products.


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