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for Metro Magazine Vol. 6 Issue 4, Apr 2005
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North Carolinians are aware of the indelible marks that the Civil War left on the State. But few realize that Union soldiers capture much of Eastern North Carolina in the early years of the war or that North Carolina provided 150,000 men to help fight for the Confederate cause. Now a path of this conflict is being put across the State on small monuments and new historical markers.
The Woman's Club of Raleigh has been an integral part of the Capital City's community and civic life since it was founded in 1904 by Elvira Evelyna Worth Moffit and a small group of friends. The Club's efforts are focused on welfare, literature, art, village improvement, and music.