Historic Halifax state historic site

http://www.nchistoricsites.org/halifax/halifax.htm         Broken link?

Located on the Roanoke River, the town of Halifax developed into a commercial and political center at the time of the American Revolution. North Carolina's Fourth Provincial Congress met there in the spring of 1776 and adopted a document called the "Halifax Resolves," the first official action by an entire colony recommending independence from England.
A guided walking tour takes visitors into several authentically restored and furnished buildings including a 1760 merchant home, a 19th-century attorney's office, the 1833 clerk's office and a jail.
The state historic site site is part of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources (www.ncdcr.gov). Events at this and other state historic sites and history museums are listed at www.ncculture.com.

Address: 25 St. David Street
Halifax, North Carolina  27839
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(252) 583-7191 Wrong number?
halifax@ncdcr.gov No email response?  
Created 6/20/2014

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