After the Civil War, Wilmington, North Carolina prospered. It was the state’s largest city, with a busy port and a mixed race community that featured a burgeoning black middle class. But in 1898, a group of white supremacists decided to do something to turn back the page.
Wilmington is a vibrant, historic port city located along the southeast coast of North Carolina. The city and its beautiful Riverwalk is both scenic and rich in history. You'll find countless places...