When did north carolina become a state?

Answer According to, the state of North Carolina was accepted into statehood on November 21, 1789. It is the 12th historically accepted state of the 50 current states listed in the U.S. Const... Read More »

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Who founded the state of North Carolina?

The area now known as North Carolina was originally inhabited by Native Americans. The English established two colonies in the 1580s, but neither survived. The first permanent settlers arrived in t... Read More »

Where is North Carolina State College?

North Carolina State University, or simply N.C. State, is located in Raleigh, North Carolina, which is the capital of the state. The University has over 31,000 students, and nearly 8,000 staff mem... Read More »

When are North Carolina state taxes due?

State tax returns for North Carolina are due by April 18 in 2011, but normally taxes are due on April 15. The reason 2010 taxes aren't due until April 18, 2011 is because Emancipation Day, which is... Read More »

When did north carolina become a confederate state?

North Carolina joined the Confederate States of America on May 20, 1861, more than a month after the surrender of Fort Sumter. North Carolina was the last of the 11 states that joined the Confedera... Read More »