The Tuscarora War

ENC Features
11:04 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Maps Tell History Of New Bern and Tuscarora Nation

The North Carolina History Center in New Bern is hosting "The Tuscarora World and New Bern In Maps."  It's a new, free exhibit of 15 rare maps depicting the North Carolina coastal region and Tuscarora history from 1590 to 1800.  Lee Jenkins visited the History Center and has this audio tour of the exhibit.

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The Down East Journal
12:12 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

The Down East Journal (07/31/15)

How safe is your beach?  This week on the Down East Journal, we speak to the State Recreational Water Quality Program Manager about testing the water at more than 200 locations, from Corolla to Sunset Beach.  And why sometimes, they have to issue a swimming advisory.  Plus, we take an audio tour of a new exhibit in New Bern detailing the history of the Tuscarora Nation with 15 rare maps.  The Down East Journal, Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on New and Ideas. 

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The Down East Journal
12:06 pm
Mon December 23, 2013

The Down East Journal (12/27/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, a Wilmington author explores a colonial era war in eastern North Carolina that allowed the state's western expansion.  Plus, new commentary from Joan Carris and the Garden Journal.  Listen for the Down East Journal airs Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on News and Ideas.

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ENC Features
7:28 am
Wed December 18, 2013

The Tuscarora War - David La Vere

The Tuscarora War: Indians, Settlers, and the Fight for the Carolina Colonies

War not might always be inevitable but according to David La Vere, the Tuscarora War that started in 1711 was pretty close to an accomplished fact.

“Every colony went through one of these big wars between the Indians and this was North Carolina’s turn.”

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