Friends of Fort Fisher
Friends of Fort Fisher
The Friends of Fort Fisher's mission is to preserve, enhance and interpret the Fort Fisher battleground, promoting an appreciation of Fort Fisher's importance in our nation's history. As the official state sanctioned nonprofit support organization for the historic site, the Friends of Fort Fisher provides financial support to ensure attainment of its stated mission.

Cape Fear Passport
Cape Fear Passport
A comprehensive guide of where to stay, where to eat, what to do, and more in Wilmington, and the beaches of Wrightsville, Carolina and Kure.

Insiders' Guide - Wilmington
CarolinaBeach.InsiderInfo.us
The Carolina Beach Insider online cityguide is your complete source of information about attractions, restaurants, shops, hotels and vacation rentals. Written by local writers and constantly updated.

Carolina & Kure Beaches Chamber of Commerce
Pleasure Island . . . The name says it all! From the northern most tip of Carolina Beach to the Southern extension of Fort Fisher you will find seven and a half miles of Vacation Pleasure.

USS North Carolina
USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial
The Immortal Showboat — our monument to the "Greatest Generation." Standing with quiet dignity across the river from historic downtown Wilmington, North Carolina beckons visitors to walk her decks and absorb the history her veterans made in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. North Carolina (BB55) engaged America's enemies in over 50 separate battles, earning 15 battle stars — more than any other U.S. battleship in World War II. Surviving a direct hit from a Japanese torpedo off Guadalcanal in 1942, she ended the war with a loss of 10 men killed in action and 67 wounded.

Fort Macon State Park
Fort Macon — a historic landmark from the Civil War era — offers public access to the surf, sun, and sand of North Carolina's Crystal Coast.

ParkNet
American Battlefield Protection Program
The National Park Service's battlefield preservation organization.

National Historic Landmarks Program
Nationally significant historic places designated by the Secretary of the Interior because they possess exceptional value or quality in illustrating or interpreting the heritage of the United States. Fort Fisher is a National Historic Landmark.

Virginia Center for Digital History
Virginia Center for Digital History
Promoting American history and culture via the World Wide Web

Civil War Trust
A private, non-profit organization started in 1991 to protect and preserve our nation's most important Civil War battlefield sites.


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