Wright Brothers National Memorial
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Four students’ lunch at the F. W. Woolworth Building would empower activists for a decade and change the face of segregation forever.
Wealthy farmer Dred Yelverton ordered this magnificent house from one of the most popular architecture firms of his time.
The tallest building in town, an old peanut mill, is now a gym and commercial office space.
Trail network traverses the mountains to join Kings Mountain to the national military park in South Carolina.
After being continuously operated as fort for 250 years, Fort Johnston is now a public landmark.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.