Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
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Price describes events in Southport while a young boy growing up there during the Civil War.
An account of the Cape Fear blockade during the Civil War written by James Sprunt, former purser of the confederate steamer LILLIAN. The essay contains stories about the blockade including blockader runners, the rescue of Madame DeRosset, the Confederate Navy, a description of Smithville (Southport), an account of the blockade runner KATE, and more.
A map found by an Department of Archives and History assistant archaeologist, while researching a project site, led to the discovery of two undocumented Civil War gun emplacements. These Emplacements, part on the earthworks created to protect the Old Georgetown Road, were excavated and recorded prior to their destruction in order to create a discharge canal for the newly constructed nuclear power plant.