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Southport water tower in North Carolina
(910) 713-3373

A 45-minute fun-filled ride through Southport's waterfront district awaits you and the family! Learn more about the history and culture of the...

Fort Fisher Historical Site in North Carolina
(910) 251-7340

View the remains of the earthen fort that kept the Cape Fear River and the port of Wilmington open to blockade runners until January 15, 1865. Those runners delivered vital supplies to the Confederate armies until that fateful day. The North Carolina Underwater Archaeology headquarters may also be found on the property.

Fort Dobbs in North Carolina

Brunswick Town, a colonial site dating from 1772 to 1776, served as a Cape Fear River port. Fort Anderson, built atop the old village site was a Confederate fortification and part of the Cape Fear Defense System until the Civil War engagement of February 1865.

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