List of National Historic Landmarks in North Carolina

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This is a List of National Historic Landmarks in North Carolina.

North Carolina has 38 National Historic Landmarks:

Landmark name[1]ImageDate designated[1]Locality[1][2]County[1]Description[3]
1Bentonville BattlefieldBENTONVILLE BATTLEGROUND STATE HISTORIC SITE.jpgJune 19, 1996Bentonville and Newton Grove
35°18′23″N 78°19′26″W / 35.306389°N 78.323889°W / 35.306389; -78.323889 (Bentonville Battlefield)
JohnstonSite of Battle of Bentonville
2Bethabara1934 HABS photoJanuary 20, 1999Winston-Salem
36°09′16″N 80°17′55″W / 36.154444°N 80.298611°W / 36.154444; -80.298611 (Bethabara)
ForsythArea of 1753 Moravian settlement
3Bethania Historic DistrictBethaniaMill.JPGAugust 7, 2001Bethania
36°11′02″N 80°20′13″W / 36.183889°N 80.336944°W / 36.183889; -80.336944 (Bethania Historic District)
Forsyth
4Biltmore EstateBiltmore Estate 12.jpgMay 23, 1963Asheville
35°32′23″N 82°33′03″W / 35.53965°N 82.55095°W / 35.53965; -82.55095 (Biltmore Estate)
BuncombeNRHP 66000586. Updated documentation 4/05/05 noted in PDF 007.
5W. T. Blackwell and Company Tobacco FactoryBlackwell and Company Tobacco FactoryDecember 22, 1977Durham
35°59′44″N 78°54′14″W / 35.995457°N 78.903959°W / 35.995457; -78.903959 (W. T. Blackwell and Company Tobacco Factory)
DurhamAlso known as Bull Durham Tobacco Factory.
6BlandwoodBlandwoodMansion.jpgJune 7, 1988Greensboro
36°04′13″N 79°47′44″W / 36.070384°N 79.795425°W / 36.070384; -79.795425 (Blandwood)
GuilfordNRHP 70000455
7Cape Hatteras Light StationCape Hatteras LighthouseAugust 5, 1998Buxton
35°15′02″N 75°31′44″W / 35.250556°N 75.528806°W / 35.250556; -75.528806 (Blandwood)
DareAt 208 feet (63 m) tall, tallest lighthouse in the United States.
8Capitol (North Carolina)North Carolina State Capitol, Raleigh.jpgNovember 6, 1973Raleigh
35°46′52″N 78°38′20″W / 35.781249°N 78.638897°W / 35.781249; -78.638897 (Capitol (North Carolina))
WakeCapitol building, part of Capitol Area Historic District.
9Chowan County Courthouse1939 HABS photoApril 15, 1970Edenton
36°03′21″N 76°36′30″W / 36.055968°N 76.608337°W / 36.055968; -76.608337 (Chowan County Courthouse)
ChowanNRHP 70000447
10Christ Episcopal ChurchChristepiscopalravenscroftchurch.jpgDecember 23, 1987Raleigh
35°46′52″N 78°38′16″W / 35.781146°N 78.637648°W / 35.781146; -78.637648 (Christ Episcopal Church)
WakePerhaps earliest Gothic architecture church in the South, designed in 1846 by Richard Upjohn
11Connemara, The Carl Sandburg FarmCarl Sandburg Home National Historic SiteOctober 17, 1968Flat Rock
35°16′04″N 82°27′06″W / 35.267778°N 82.451667°W / 35.267778; -82.451667 (Connemara, The Carl Sandburg Farm)
Henderson
12CooleemeeCooleemee PlantationJune 2, 1978Mocksville
35°51′12″N 80°24′36″W / 35.8534°N 80.41°W / 35.8534; -80.41 (Cooleemee Plantation)
DaviePlantation
13Coolmore1939 HABS photoJune 2, 1978Tarboro
35°55′29″N 77°35′46″W / 35.9248°N 77.596°W / 35.9248; -77.596 (Coolmore)
EdgecombePlantation
14Cupola House1940 HABS photoApril 15, 1970Edenton
36°03′28″N 76°36′33″W / 36.057856°N 76.609261°W / 36.057856; -76.609261 (Cupola House)
ChowanA house with a cupola
15Josephus Daniels HouseJOSEPHUS DANIEL HOUSE, RALEIGH, WAKE COUNTY.jpgDecember 8, 1976Raleigh
35°47′56″N 78°38′51″W / 35.798937°N 78.647597°W / 35.798937; -78.647597 (Daniels, Josephus, House)
WakeHome of Josephus Daniels
16Duke Homestead and Tobacco FactoryDukeHomestead.jpgNovember 13, 1966Durham
36°02′06″N 78°55′16″W / 36.035°N 78.921111°W / 36.035; -78.921111 (Duke Homestead and Tobacco Factory)
DurhamHomestead and factory of Washington Duke
17Fort FisherFort Fisher (painting/excerpt 1890): shows stylized earthen walls along the Northern Bastion.November 5, 1961Wilmington
33°58′18″N 77°55′10″W / 33.9717°N 77.9194°W / 33.9717; -77.9194 (Fort Fisher)
New HanoverA fort
18Guilford Court House BattlefieldNathanael Greene statue at Guilford Courthouse National Military ParkJanuary 3, 2001Greensboro
36°07′53″N 79°50′47″W / 36.131389°N 79.846389°W / 36.131389; -79.846389 (Guilford Courthouse National Military Park)
GuilfordPartially preserved site of American Revolutionary War's Battle of Guilford Court House
19Hardaway SiteJune 21, 1990Badin
35°24′38″N 80°06′53″W / 35.4105°N 80.1147°W / 35.4105; -80.1147 (Hardaway Site)
StanlyAn archaeological site
20Hayes Plantation1940 HABS photoNovember 7, 1973Edenton
36°02′53″N 76°36′08″W / 36.048189°N 76.602229°W / 36.048189; -76.602229 (Hayes Plantation)
ChowanA plantation
21Hinton Rowan Helper HouseNovember 7, 1973Mocksville
35°54′18″N 80°36′17″W / 35.905137°N 80.604724°W / 35.905137; -80.604724 (Helper, Hinton Rowan, House)
DavieA house
22Market HouseMarket house copy.jpgNovember 7, 1973Fayetteville
35°03′04″N 78°52′40″W / 35.050991°N 78.877781°W / 35.050991; -78.877781 (Market House)
CumberlandMarket below, town hall above
23MONITOREngraving of the Monitor sinkingJune 23, 1986Cape Hatteras
35°00′06″N 75°24′23″W / 35.001667°N 75.406389°W / 35.001667; -75.406389 (USS Monitor)
DareNRHP 74002299. USS Monitor shipwreck (ironclad).
24Nash-Hooper House1965 HABS photoNovember 11, 1971Hillsborough
36°04′37″N 79°06′01″W / 36.077058°N 79.100232°W / 36.077058; -79.100232 (Nash-Hooper House)
OrangeNRHP 71000610
25North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company BuildingNCMutualLifeBuildingDurhamNorthCarolina.jpgMay 15, 1975Durham
35°59′45″N 78°54′03″W / 35.995972°N 78.900951°W / 35.995972; -78.900951 (North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Building)
DurhamNRHP 75001258
26NORTH CAROLINAThe USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, seen from downtown Wilmington, across the mouth of the Cape Fear RiverJanuary 14, 1986Wilmington
34°14′06″N 77°56′34″W / 34.2349°N 77.942855°W / 34.2349; -77.942855 (NORTH CAROLINA, USS (Battleship))
New HanoverNRHP 82004893. USS North Carolina (battleship).
27Old EastOld East.jpgDecember 21, 1965Chapel Hill
35°54′38″N 79°03′03″W / 35.910618°N 79.05075°W / 35.910618; -79.05075 (Old East)
OrangeFirst building of first state university in the United States, built in 1795
28Old Salem Historic DistrictLiving History interpreters portraying two young women of Salem. The seated woman is copying Bible verses using a quill.November 13, 1966Winston-Salem
36°05′12″N 80°14′31″W / 36.086624°N 80.2419°W / 36.086624; -80.2419 (Old Salem)
ForsythNRHP 66000591
29Palmer-Marsh House1962 HABS photoApril 15, 1970Bath
35°28′30″N 76°48′51″W / 35.474870°N 76.814170°W / 35.474870; -76.814170 (Palmer-Marsh House)
BeaufortNRHP 70000439
30Pinehurst Historic DistrictJune 19, 1996Pinehurst
35°11′42″N 79°28′23″W / 35.1951°N 79.473164°W / 35.1951; -79.473164 (Pinehurst Historic District)
MooreA historic upmarket golf resort
31Playmakers TheatrePlaymakers Theatre.jpgNovember 7, 1973Chapel Hill
35°54′17″N 79°03′02″W / 35.904754°N 79.050450°W / 35.904754; -79.050450 (Playmakers Theatre)
OrangeNRHP 71000605
32Reed Gold MinePanning for gold at the Reed Gold MineMay 23, 1966Concord
35°17′08″N 80°28′12″W / 35.28542°N 80.46996°W / 35.28542; -80.46996 (Reed Gold Mine)
CabarrusNRHP 66000587. Site of first gold discovery in United States
33Salem Tavern1934 HABS photoJanuary 29, 1964Winston-Salem
36°05′07″N 80°14′30″W / 36.085336°N 80.241745°W / 36.085336; -80.241745 (Salem Tavern)
ForsythNRHP 66000592
34Single Brothers' House1940 HABS photoApril 15, 1970Winston-Salem
36°05′15″N 80°14′32″W / 36.087560°N 80.242105°W / 36.087560; -80.242105 (Single Brothers' House)
ForsythNRHP 70000454
35Town Creek Indian MoundTown Creek Indian MoundJuly 19, 1964Mount Gilead
35°10′58″N 79°55′46″W / 35.182806°N 79.929472°W / 35.182806; -79.929472 (Town Creek Indian Mound)
MontgomeryArchaeological site
36Union TavernHABS photoMay 15, 1975Milton
36°32′12″N 79°12′24″W / 36.536567°N 79.206785°W / 36.536567; -79.206785 (Union Tavern)
CaswellNRHP 75001245
37Thomas Wolfe HouseThomas Wolfe's Home.jpgNovember 11, 1971Asheville
35°35′45″N 82°32′43″W / 35.595699°N 82.545287°W / 35.595699; -82.545287 (Wolfe, Thomas, House)
BuncombeNRHP 71000572
38Wright Brothers National Memorial Visitor CenterWright Brothers Memorial visitors center.JPGJanuary 3, 2001Kill Devil Hills
36°01′14″N 75°40′03″W / 36.020659°N 75.667596°W / 36.020659; -75.667596 (Wright Brothers National Memorial Visitor Center)
Dare

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