Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 45 Issue 2, July 1977
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This article recounts the time when the Confederate Navy confronted a Yankee fleet on the open seas outside of the Cape Fear River. CSS RALEIGH (ship) was used in an effort to clear Onslow Bay of Union blockaders.
Panacea Springs is located near Littleton, North Carolina and was a famous and fashionable spa and hotel. It drew visitors from all over the region to drink the curative waters and mingle with other guests. This article highlights the hotel’s history and importance to the region.
Al Fincher, an artist from Charlotte, dedicated his time to painting historic buildings in each of North Carolina’s 100 counties; his watercolors are presented here.