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By Ourstate | Last updated: Jan 5, 2021
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Have you ever read the book “Living History” by Hilary Rodham Clinton? The book is a memoir of her life throughout her tumultuous ride as the first lady in the white house. It recounts her life with Bill Clinton, and she also talks about her life in politics. She wrote stories about personal betrayal, partisan investigations, and perpetual public scrutiny. If you want to know more about Hilary Rodham Clinton’s Living History book, try this quiz.
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Fort Dobbs near Statesville chronicles life there during the years 1754-1763. It is the only state historic site in North Carolina that examines what conflict that took place during those years?
War of the Regulation
French and Indian War
Reed Gold Mine near Midland is where the precious metal was first discovered in America. How big was the nugget that Conrad Reed discovered in nearby Little Meadow Creek in 1799?
N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer displays restored locomotives, antique aircraft, and vintage cars. The museum is situated on the property once occupied by the repair shops for what railway?
Piedmont & Northern
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm shows what agricultural lifestyles were like at the turn of the 20th century. The farm is located near Pinnacle in what county?
Bennett Place near Durham is the site of the largest troop surrender of the Civil War. What Union general accepted April 26, 1865, surrender of Gen. Joseph Johnston and his men?
Ulysses S. Grant
William T. Sherman
Winfield S. Hancock
Alamance Battleground near Burlington was the site of a pre-Revolutionary War engagement that saw a group of farmers called the Regulators to fight against royal governor William Tryon’s troops. What year did the battle take place?
Completed in 1840, the State Capitol in Raleigh serves as both a state historic site and a civic building. The capital is an example of what architectural style?
Historic Bath in Beaufort County is both a state historic site and a National Historic Landmark. Bath, North Carolina’s first town, was founded in what year?
Early American Indians in North Carolina gathered at what is now known as Town Creek Indian Mound. This popular attraction is located on Little River near what town in Montgomery County?
The Thomas Wolfe Memorial in Asheville is located in the boardinghouse Wolfe’s mother ran at 52 North Market Street. This magnificent Victorian dwelling goes by what name?
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