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An Interactive Online Database of Artifacts at the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

This site allows users to learn about the history of North Carolina ghost stories, to read, see, and hear actual ghost stories, and to create a story of their own.

Primarily a list for announcing poetry readings that are part of the Desert City series held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Other poetry and related events in the North Carolina region will also be announced.

Triangle NC IAF is a broad based, interfaith and ecumenical organization that uses the model of leadership development and community organizing of the IAF (Industrial Areas Foundation). Please visit the multimedia Durham CAN website - a member of…

Electronic monograph (published by UNC Press) that describes the history and archaeology of Occaneechi Town, an Indian village near present-day Hillsborough, North Carolina, that was visited by explorer John Lawson in 1702.

The Textile Heritage Museum is located in the Company Store and Office Building in the Glencoe Mill Village. The building was purchased for the museum in February 2004 and is an ongoing restoration project as well as a museum highlighting the textile…

Audio Activism is a independently produced spoken word "radio show" and weblog with subject content focusing on media activism. Weekly mp3s are released using the podcasting medium. The main goal is to educate and encourage people about…

"The North Carolina Experience, Beginnings to 1940" collects a wide variety of print and manuscript materials that tell the story of the Tar Heel State as seen through representative histories, descriptive accounts, institutional reports,…

The Carrboro Poetry Festival contains information about the Carrboro Poetry Festival, an annual event held in Carrboro North Carolina that was founded in 2004. The site features a comprehensive mp3 audio archive of individual readings during the 2004…