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Historic markers outline the events of the March 1865 military action, the prelude to Bentonville. The property highlights Lebanon, a plantation home used as a Confederate Hospital and the Chicora Cemetery where the battle’s dead are buried. The museum outlines the conflicts and contains artifacts from the battle found on the battlefield as well as period uniforms, a diorama and more. Annual living history events and reenactments are held at the site.
NC 82, Exit 71, I-95(910) 891-5019 Website
Home of Dunn native Maj. Gen. William C. Lee, known as the “Father of the US Army Airborne,” who helped develop its concepts and organization. The museum, an early 20th-century neoclassical three-story Revival house, tells Gen. Lee’s life story as well as the story of the early years of the US Army Airborne, and the use of glider planes during WWII. Group tours are available.
209 W Divine Street Dunn(910) 892-1947 Website
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