Tag: History à la Carte
Their love transcended scandal and outrage. She was a Southern belle in Chapel Hill; he was a Union general who marched into town with Gen. Sherman’s army right after the Civil War ended. Just two months later, they were engaged.
Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble Presents Holiday Classics Get into a seasonal mood when the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble takes the stage. With saxophones, trumpets, trombones, bass and other instruments, this 20-member group of talented high-school musicians will present a free concert on Sunday, Dec. 6, at 3 p.m. at the N.C. Museum of History in… Read More ›
The N.C. Museum of History is accepting entries for the 2010 Fourth Annual Student Essay Contest for undergraduate and graduate students. A prize of $200 will be awarded for the best research paper about North Carolina history. Judging will be based on historical accuracy, quality of written communication, and contribution to the field of local… Read More ›