North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council Imagine…standing on the sandy dunes of Fort Fisher, looking out across the beach where so many soldiers & sailors gave their life.
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Bentonville Battlefield Artillery Piece
NC Civil War Reenactments
Union re-enactor with period gear
Courtesy of the NC Civil War 150 Committee, NC Department of Cultural Resources
Image supporting and participating in North Carolina events and programs that commemorate the 150th anniversary of
The Civil War
www.civilwartraveler.com/EAST/NC/index.html where you’ll find a downloadable map and more
In April 1865, as the war drew to a close, General Joseph E. Johnston met General William Tecumseh Sherman at the home of James and Nancy Bennett, near Durham, NC, to discuss the surrender terms of the Confederate armies under Johnston’s command. It became the largest surrender in the American Civil War. 89,270 Confederate soldiers were surrendered in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, & Florida.
Bennett Place Memorial
Why not join today and become an integral part of this growing campaign to proudly promote the history and intrigue of the Civil War in North Carolina?