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ONLINE REPORTS & SUMMARIES OF NORTH CAROLINA
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES & STUDIES

A Sampling of North Carolina's Archaeological Sites

Baum Site, Currituck County
Blue Rock Soapstone Quarry, Yancey County
Cape Fear Shipwreck District
Cullowhee Valley School Site, Jackson County
Deaver Site, Transylvania County
Donnaha Site, Yadkin County
The Estelle Randall, Tyrrel County
Fort Fisher, New Hanover County
Reid Site, Pasquotank County
Rhodes Site, Bertie County
Shelly Point Site, Carteret County
Town Creek Indian Mound, Montgomery County
Uniflite Site, Onslow County

 

 

North Carolina contains many thousands of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, including thousands of shipwrecks in our coastal and inland waters. This is but a small sample. We'll add to the list in the future.


 

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