Reconstruction Era Historical Sites in North Carolina

After the South's defeat in the Civil War, the economy and culture laid in ruins. There was much hatred between the people of the South and the North. Union troops moved in to insure stability and help rebuild the state of North Carolina, even though many though the south should loose there rights as states and be treated as captured territories.

Alexander Railroad Company
Biltmore Estate
Burlington Historic Railroad Depot and Amphitheater
Charles B. Aycock Birthplace
Charlotte Hawkins Brown Memorial
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm

The North Carolina State Flag bears the state colors or red, white and blue.

The Flag bears two dates in its blue field on the left. May 20, 1775 was the year North Carolina signed the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence was issued and April 12, 1776 is the date of the Halifax Resolves. North Carolina was the first colony to declare its independence from England well before July 4, 1776.


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