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Why the capital shifted from New Bern was for a practical and typical two-fold reason. Because of the amount of time it took to travel in the 1700s, the state’s capital was best located in the center of wherever the population was the densest. This factor left Fayetteville as a prospective place before Raleigh was selected.
Following the American Revolutionary War, gardens that featured only native plants became vastly popular among the founding fathers and upper class.