The first mutual burial associations in North Carolina were formed primarily by undertakers for the purpose of providing a decent funeral for subscribers at a reasonable cost. Although these associations proliferated during the early twentieth...
North Carolina Mutual Burial Association Commission
John N. Benners (1820-1866), son of Lucas Benners, was born on the thousand-acre family plantation, Rosev ille, lying on the north side of the Neuse River estuary about four miles northwest of Wilkinson Point (now the southern tip of Pamlico...
The origin of the North Carolina Art Society can be traced to the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, a private organization formed in Raleigh in 1900 by a group of prominent citizens committed to the state's cultural heritage....
North Carolina Art Society
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