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Five miles west of Snow Hill, March 20-23, 1713, the Indians under Hancock suffered the severest blow ever experienced by them in North Carolina. The battle virtually ended the Tuscarora War and led to the emigration of the defeated Tuscaror…
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The first Secretary of State of N.C., 1777-98. Glasgow (now Greene) County was named for him. Convicted of land fraud. Lived 2 mi. N.E.
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Tuscarora stronghold. Site of decisive battle of the Tuscarora War, March 20-23, 1713, when 950 Indians were killed or captured. Site 1 mi. N.
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This road was part of the original Hull Road cut by General Hull in the march of the British Army through Eastern North Carolina during the Revolutionary War Two miles east is the grave of Thomas Holliday General in the American Army…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMKUT_grimsley-baptist-church_Snow-Hill-NC.html
(Preface): On July 18, 1863 Union Gen. Edward E. Potter led infantry and cavalry from New Bern to destroy the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad bridge at Rocky Mount. The infantry feinted toward Kinston and retreated to New Bern. Potter raided Greenv…
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