D O W N T O W N   R A L E I G H Wake County, NC
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Resources in Wake County . . .

North Carolina Office of Archives & History
  Utilizes the state's historic resources so that present and future residents may better understand their history. Safeguards the documentary and material evidence of past generations for the education of all citizens. Provides leadership and assistance to encourage the stewardship of historic resources by government agencies, private individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations throughout North Carolina.
North Carolina Museum of History
  Education programs, exhibits, and more than 250,000 artifacts chronicle North Carolina history through this statewide museum system.
North Carolina State Archives
  Collecting, preserving, and making available for public use historical and evidential materials relating to North Carolina.
State Capitol / Visitor Services
  The North Carolina State Capitol, completed in 1840, is one of the finest and best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style of architecture. A National Historic Landmark. The Capital Area Visitor Center is a permanent information and rest center for more than 100,000 annual visitors to Raleigh's state-owned and cultural attractions.
State Library of North Carolina
  Using the power of information to enrich the lives of the people of North Carolina.
North Carolina ECHO Resources in Wake County
  Exploring Cultural Heritage Online. Provided by the North Carolina State Library.

Neighboring Counties:

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