501 Statesville Boulevard
Salisbury, NC 28144
This is the final resting place for 11,700 Union soldiers who died in the Confederate prison in Salisbury, N.C., during 1864-65. The cemetery contains the largest number of unknown burials of any of the national cemeteries.
Salisbury, North Carolina | The purpose of the museum is to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and educate the public about the history of Rowan...
Dr. Josephus W. Hall House
Salisbury, North Carolina | A symbol of Old Salisbury, this beautiful house was built in 1820. Dr. Josephus Hall, chief surgeon at Salisbury Prison...
North Carolina Museum of History
Raleigh, North Carolina | The museum encourages visitors to explore state, regional, and local North Carolina history.
North Carolina State Capitol
Raleigh, North Carolina | Completed in 1840, the capitol's house chamber was the site of the 1861 Secession Convention, and the building served...