For Families Alamance Battleground State Historic Site Located in Alamance County, this site is the location of the Battle of Alamance and offers educational programs and exhibits related to the American Revolution in North Carolina. Tryon Palace This historic site in New Bern was the first permanent capital of North Carolina and played a significant role in the state's history during the American Revolution. Historic Halifax This town in Halifax County served as the site of the Halifax Resolves, which was the first official call for independence from Great Britain by an American colony. North Carolina Museum of History Located in Raleigh, this museum has exhibits on North Carolina's history, including the American Revolution. State Archives of North Carolina The State Archives in Raleigh has a wealth of historical documents and resources related to the American Revolution in North Carolina. National Park Service The National Park Service has several sites in North Carolina related to the American Revolution, including the Moores Creek National Battlefield and Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources This organization promotes the study and appreciation of North Carolina's history and has resources related to the American Revolution. Library of Congress The Library of Congress has a vast collection of resources related to the American Revolution, including maps, photographs, and primary source documents that are accessible online.