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Amtrak’s Carolinian is a light passenger rail that provides locals with the chance to experience an older style of travel along a scenic route that starts in Charlotte and ends in New York.
The Mountain-to-Sea Trail hiking project, when completed, will stretch seven hundred miles from the Great Smoky Mountains to Nags Head.
W. J. Cash's THE MIND OF THE SOUTH has considerable relevance for the South even fifty years after its publication.
This article presents North Carolina’s first four black Congressmen: John A. Hyman, James E. O’Hara, Henry P. Cheatham, and George H. White. Today, few North Carolinians know about these early men and the significance they held in history.
This article presents the history of the North Carolina Railroad Company, which owns the tracks upon which the Carolinian travels. The tracks were built in the decade before the Civil War in order to promote and facilitate economic development in the Piedmont.