Companies tagged with: Civil War History

Polk County Historical Museum

Polk County Historical Museum

Local and regional history museum that includes many photos and artifacts from the Polk County area include a Civil War cannonball. Research library. Military, Railroad, and medical artifacts are also included.

Port O'Plymouth Museum

Unique museum featuring the 1864 Civil War Battle of Plymouth, the second largest battle fought in North Carolina. The battle was the last major victory of the war for the Confederacy. Now on the Civil War Trails program in NC. Reenactment held here each year.
Rankin Museum of American Heritage

Rankin Museum of American Heritage

A diverse collection of natural and cultural history from South America to the Arctic. Many archaeological artifacts, 19th-century antiques, pottery, Civil War relics, and a turpentine still.
Rush Wray Museum of Yancey County History

Rush Wray Museum of Yancey County History

Housed in the historic John Wesley McElroy House which was headquarters for the NC Home Guard during the Civil War.
Salisbury National Cemetery & Confederate Prison Site

Salisbury National Cemetery & Confederate Prison Site

Historic cemetery dating to the Civil War. Four monuments and an exhibit room.
Sampson County History Museum

Sampson County History Museum

Museum highlights include artifacts from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam, and the Gulf War. African and Native-American culture, agricultural implements, history of Sampson County schools, historical exhibits of country store, and doctor and dentist offices.
Stagville State Historic Site

Stagville State Historic Site

The North Carolina plantation holdings of the Bennehan-Cameron families were among the longest of the pre-Civil War South. Approximately 900 slaves worked the land, which totaled almost 30,000 acres by 1860.
Whippoorwill Academy and Village

Whippoorwill Academy and Village

The historic Village includes a one-room schoolhouse, Civil War memorabilia, the Tom Dula Museum, the Chapel of Peace, and the Smokehouse Art Gallery among many other historical items and artifacts on display within the village.
Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

This 1830s reconstructed mountain farmstead is the birthplace of North Carolina's Civil War Governor.
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Matthews, NC 28106

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