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History in terms of town life and family homestead, otherwise hidden away in Washington County, has been offered renown. Maintained on donations since the last dwellers’ deaths in the 1970s, the Davenport House offers glimpses of late 18th-century life through artifacts of daily living from that time period such as open hearth and corn crib.
The CSS Albemarle's gored smokestack helped bring the Civil War to life for Doward Jones. From this experience at Raleigh's Museum of History, it is the author's hope this part of the state’s history can come to life for generations to come. Today, people can vicariously experience this part of North Carolina’s history in museums such as Port O’ Plymouth.