Hidden History Video Coverage
NC Women's History: Dr. Annie Louise Wilkerson delivered over 8,000 Raleigh babies
If you were born in Raleigh between the 1940s and 1990s, there's a good chance Dr. Wilkerson is the one who delivered you. She delivered over 8,000 babies -- and some of those babies grew up to become mothers, who had her help deliver the next generation of Raleighites.
Negro League: North Carolina man remembers his years on segregated baseball team
In 1920, the 'Negro League' of baseball was founded. It was the only way African-Americans could play baseball. Now, 100 years later, those legendary athletes are finally being recognized by MLB on the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Origins of Pullen Park's carousel: Exploring abandoned remains of an amusement park in Raleigh
Bloomsbury Park was a roller coaster amusement park with thousands of electric lights, a dance pavilion with big bands -- and a carousel which we know today as the iconic Pullen Park carousel.
Tour the 120-year-old home of NC's first Black doctor
Dr. Pope's house is open for tours, and has a new exhibit this month. The historic home is the only remaining remnant of a prominent Black neighborhood, and a location where many historic 'firsts' happened.
Geer Cemetery: Explore a 143-year-old segregated cemetery overgrown for decades
Geer Cemetery was established in 1877 for members of the African-American community in the Durham area. Sadly, by the 1940s, it had closed and became overgrown and unrecognizable. Now, it's been cleaned up by volunteers and has opened for historic tours.