Topics Related to Historical Resources

The North Carolina African American Heritage Commission (NCAAHC) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $5,000 planning grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR).

The North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources is pleased to announce that one district boundary increase, two districts and five individual properties across the state have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

A groundbreaking African American attorney born in Goldsboro soon will have a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker in town.

Montgomery County has been chosen as the subject of a comprehensive survey of historic buildings and landscapes planned from 2021-23.

The Ocean City Beach Community will be honored for its historic role in North Carolina’s civil rights history with a marker on the North Carolina Civil Rights Trail.

The North Carolina Historic Preservation Office (HPO) will conduct a comprehensive architectural survey of historic buildings, structures, and sites within the Valdese town limits.

Come join us for a free pop-up egg hunt here at Duke Homestead!

Polk County has been chosen as the subject of a comprehensive survey of historic buildings and landscapes planned from 2022-23.

A free online program hosted by the Western Office of the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources will examine the history of the railroad in western North Carolina.

A repaired historical highway marker recognizing a North Carolina civil rights leader soon will be reinstalled at its original location.

Originally dedicated in 2011, the marker honors civil rights leader Ella Baker. It was damaged in 2019 and placed in storage.