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The historic 1808 Blount-Bridgers house graces Tarboro's Town Commons. Lea traces the history of the house, which features historic architecture, the paintings of Edgecombe County native Hobson Pittman, fine art, and the heritage of a distinguished family.
The NC Coastal Federation license plate surpassed 5000 plates sold. The popular program, which began in 2006 through North Carolina's Division of Motor Vehicles, has contributed to $177,000 to date to the non-profit environmental group.
The rebirth of downtown Raleigh has in many ways brought the capital city's history to life. This is apparent along the 211-year old cobblestone carriageways of City Cemetery, its seven acres home to some of Raleigh's most illustrious founders.