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North Carolina is on the Atlantic seaboard and the capital is Raleigh. There are over 9 million residents.
NC was one of the original 13 colonies (Carolina). It was the last state to join the Confederacy. This is where the Wright brothers made their historic flight near Kitty Hawk.
North Carolina has beaches and mountains as high as 6,700 feet. It's much warmer on the beaches and the temperature in the mountains is much like that in the North Eastern states.
There were an assortment of peoples in NC including Cape Fear Indians, Catawba, Cheraw, Cherokee, Coharie, Coree, Machapunga, Meherrin, Pamlico, Saponi, Tuscarora, Waccamaw, Tutelo, and Waxhaw. Sir Walter Raleigh acquired a charter from Queen Elizabeth I to establish 2 colonies in 1584. Unfortunately neither of the colonies he established survive. The Lost Colony of Roanoke Island is still a mystery.
In 1663 Charles II granted a charter for the colony of Carolina. The state was named for Charles I. The borders were not properly defined and another charter in 1665 failed to resolve the issue. Consequently the state was divided in North Carolina and South Carolina in 1710.
Most English colonists arrived as indentured servants who paid their passage with labor for a specified period. Originally Africans were indentured servants until slavery was established. As Great Britain's economy improved the flow of indentured servants slowed and more slaves were imported. The tobacco industry was based on slave labor.
Carolina was 1st to vote for independence from the crown.