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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 39 Issue 12, Dec 1981
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A variety of unique Christmas customs are observed and closely tied to regions of North Carolina. In historic areas, such as Halifax and New Bern’s Tryon Palace, special events and tours reflect 18th-century traditions. In places such as Old Salem, decorations and ceremonies reflect the influence of the Moravians.
Rolfe Neill is president of Knight Publishing Company and publisher of The Charlotte Observer and The Charlotte News. This article discusses Neill’s background, his columns, and some of the issues he has faced in publishing.
The Tryon Palace Restoration Complex in New Bern hosts a variety of Eighteenth Century Christmas observances. Buildings in the historical complex are decorated with Christmas themes from different eras, and display recreations typical to the time.