Civil War | Historic Site
Historic Carson House
1805 U.S. 70
Marion, NC 28752
One of the sites of Gen. George Stoneman's raid in 1865, the Historic Carson House was commandeered as Union headquarters and troops camped on the property for several days. A small skirmish between Stoneman's Raiders and the Confederate home guard took place on the property on April 19, 1865, in one of the last skirmishes of the war.
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