This Day in North Carolina History is Moving


This Day in North Carolina History was launched on WordPress on October 1, 2013.  At the time we had no idea how long we would be able to continue to find fresh content for each day.  As time passed it got harder and harder to find new topics, so the decision was made to put the emails into re-run on October 1, 2016.  With that change comes the opportunity to move all of the old posts into a new platform that will be more attractive and, most importantly, easier to search.  Links that you have on websites will continue to function as they always have.  The site will just look and operate differently.

New Site Location

The new site is be located at this URL:

Email Updates

Daily updates from This Day in North Carolina History will continue uninterrupted for most users. The only users that will experience an interruption are those following the blog through their WordPress account. If you are doing so and wish to continue to receive updates, please sign up with your email address here.

We hope that you will take the time to fill out this short form in order to continue to “get history in your inbox.” After all, re-runs are history, too.

Just as a reminder of some of the interesting posts that we’ve had over the last four years, here is a count down the top five:

#5  Legendary Percy Flowers, “King of the Moonshiners”   6957 views

#4  Freakish Weather Alarms Eastern North Carolina, 1940  7523 views

#3  Poor Naomi Wise, “Sacrificed to the Beast in Man”  9041 views

#2  The Trail of Tears and the Roundup of N.C. Cherokees   9688 views

#1  Courtroom Slaying in Morganton, 1851  14040 views

One response to “This Day in North Carolina History is Moving”

  1. littlejackyadtelnet says :

    Good Afternoon,

    Thank you for all you are doing with this site. I have enjoyed it immensely and have shared with other teachers and particularly friends and family who now live out of state. I personally find it inspiring, at least most of the time. During Black History Month particularly!

    I’ll look forward to the new format.

    thanks again,

    Jack O’Connor

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