NC Civil War & Reconstruction History Center – In MemoryHistory is not always neat; it is often complicated and messy. It is about people, places, and events that are both admirable and deplorable. The NCCWHC takes an unflinching look at all sides of the Civil War, for all North Carolinians.
SUBMITTED BY: Roland Franklin Vause (Click picture to enlarge) Antebellum The future looked promising to Robert Bond Vause in March of 1861. He was living on a prosperous farm in the Wyse Fork community of Lenoir County with his wife Susan Adaline Jackson. The Vause...read more
American Civil War history is often told in terms of leaders, great battles, political movements and large forces. While these all played pivotal roles...
History is not always neat; it is often complicated and messy. It is about people, places, and events that are both admirable and deplorable...
NC Civil War & Reconstruction History Center - SacrificeTo understand the sacrifice and service wrought by all North Carolinians, the NCCWHC will...
The NCCWHC will explore the question, “What is freedom?” The Confederacy sought freedom from federal rule. African Americans sought freedom from slavery.