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North Carolina Cemeteries

There are currently 72 cemetery listings for the state of North Carolina. Looking for North Carolina funeral homes?

North Carolina is called the Tar Heel State. It is the twelfth state that has become a member of the Union. It has achieved its statehood on November 21, 1789. North Carolina's bordering states are Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. It also is on the Atlantic Ocean.

The University of North Carolina's mascot, the Tarheels, is a nickname for North Carolinians that supposedly came from the days when NC produced a lot of tar, and someone saw a set of footprints made by someone who had stepped in the tar.

North Carolina's biggest cities are Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Asheville and are presented in the order of their size.  
The state has also produced to American presidents; James K. Polk and Andrew Johnson. Other famous North Carolinians are Roberta Flack, Randy Travis, Andy Griffith, Dolley Madison and David Brinkley. 

When in North Carolina, you can enjoy your visit at great places like the Fort Raleigh, Alamance Battleground, Great Smoky Mountains, Mt. Mitchell, Morehead Planetarium, Old Salem,  the Tryon Palace and the Grandfather Mountain; the only private park in the whole world which had been designated by UN as International Biosphere Reserve. North Carolina has a lot of things to offer its tourists.  

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