For listing sites about confederate infantry units from the state of North Carolina.

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11th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
History and roster of Company K. The 11th is also called the Bethel Regiment.
13th North Carolina Infantry Battalion
Features battle history and muster roll.
13th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Battle history of the regiment and living history information.
14th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
The detailed history, rosters, and numerous battles of the regiment are discussed.
15th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Formation and detailed muster records for Company B: originally named the 5th North Carolina Volunteers.
16th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Roster and history of the 16th North Carolina Infantry, Pender/Scales Brigade: Army of Northern Virginia
18th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Brief history of the regiment, included: formation, battle engagements, and their surrender at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865.
18th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Brief history of the regiment in the Army of Northern Virginia.
1st North Carolina Infantry Battalion
Sharpshooters: Organized by the consolidation of Companies B and E, 21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment on April 26, 1682. Organization, assignments, and battles are discussed.
1st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
A detailed history of the Bethel Regiment from the Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier, by Private Louis Leon. Private Leon served as a private in the Bethel Regiment and as a private in the 53rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, included: detailed history of the 53rd.
23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
The formation, battles, casualties, and surrender at Appomattox for Company D, 23rd North Carolina Infantry. They are also called the "Pee Dee Guards."
23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
History, formation, battles, and living history: includes picture of the original regimental flag.
24th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Originally the 14th North Carolina Volunteers (to 14 November 1861), and included is a brief history of the regiment in the Army of Northern Virginia.
26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
A comprehensive library of the regiment’s history, and contains information about modern day reenacting events and organizational information.
27th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
The regiment’s history, rosters, and official assignments from September 28, 1861, to surrender on April 9, 1865.
27th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
History of Company D, 27th North Carolina Infantry; includes picture of the "Brigadier General John R. Cooke Memorial." (Brigadier General Cooke was brother-in-law to Brigadier General James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart).
2nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Junior Reserves: Brief history and roster of the young men of Company F.
34th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Roster and history of the 34th North Carolina Infantry, Pender/Scales Brigade: Army of Northern Virginia.
38th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
This regiment was attached to Pender/Scales Brigade which served for over three years in the Army of Northern Virginia. They served with Generals Dorsey, Pender, A. P. Hill, and "Stonewall" Jackson.
38th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Formation and casualty reports of Company I and includes picture of regimental flag. They are also called "The Cleveland Marksmen."
44th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
History and the unit's surrender at Appomattox Court House.
51st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Organization and roster of Company F: also called the "Ashpole True Boys."
54th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Formation and detailed battle history of the regiment.
56th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Formation of Company F and includes casualty reports. They are also called "The Cleveland Riflemen."
66th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
The formation, history, and roster of the unit, as part of Kirkland's Brigade, Hoke's Division: Army of Northern Virginia.
67th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Unit history and muster records. Includes unit's joint operations with Whitford's Battalion.
6th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
History and organization of the regiment.
Pender/Scales Brigade: North Carolina
History of the 13th, 16th, 22nd, 34th, and 38th North Carolina Infantry Regiments. Includes battles and campaigns.
Thomas' Legion of Indians and Highlanders
Extensive muster records for the Thomas Legion.
Thomas' Legion: The 69th North Carolina Regiment
Includes Walker's Battalion, Love's Regiment, Cherokee Battalion, Cherokee Body Guards, Levi and Barr's Light Artillery Battery, and the Pioneer Companies.
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