Published articles related to 1st North Carolina Battalion units.


2012 Duplin County Welcome Guide cover featuring members of the 18th NC Troops. Liberty Hall, the ancestral home of Col. Thomas Kenan of the 43rd NC Troops, is in the background.

Unusual Civil War anniversary event re-creates Carolinian's death
Published: Thursday, May 1, 2014
The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC)
The capture of the the flag of the 13th NC Troops is re-enacted during the 150th anniversay of the Battles of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania.

Raid on Rockford/150th Bond School House Shootout (March, 2013)

Reenactment includes historical dramatization of Bond School House Shootout
Published: Sunday, March 3, 2013
Mount Airy News (Mount Airy, NC)

Correction: This article incorrectly references the 24th Virginia Calvary as a reenactor group that participated in the event. The actual unit was the 24th VA Infantry ("New River Rifles").

Re-enactors keep history and heritage alive
Published: Monday, March 4, 2013
Winston-Salem Journal (Winston-Salem, NC)

Religion in the Ranks, Chapter II of II
Published: February, 2013
Our State Magazine (Greensboro, NC)
The passion of one minister, the Rev. Alexander Davis Betts, pushes him to great lengths with the 30th North Carolina regiment.

Historians re-enact final moments of the Battle of Fort Pulaski
Published: Sunday, April 15, 2012
WTOC-TV (Savannah, GA)
The 1st North Carolina Battalion participated in the 150th anniversary program of the fall of Ft. Pulaski. Units attending included: 1st NC Volunteers/11th NC Troops, 13th NC Troops (Co. B), 27th NC Troops (Co. D) and 28th NC Troops (Co. I).

Gift will preserve Civil War coat
Published: Monday, February 6, 2012
The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC)
Highlights the efforts of the 1st NC Volunteers/11th NC Troops to preserve Collett Leventhorpe's frock coat.

The Civil War: Glory Bound
Published: September, 2011
Our State Magazine (Greensboro, NC)
One article in a Civil War Series that focuses on William Henry Asbury Speer, the captain of the "Yadkin Stars". Includes photos and comments from the 28th NC Troops, Co. I.

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