A Royal Palace in North Carolina
December 3, 2016 | News
There’s a remnant of royal splendor left in costal North Carolina – Tryon Palace, a reconstruction of the palace built for the royal governor and finished in 1770. This was an expensive building for the colony, and many people were upset by the taxes that were raised to fund it. These tensions led to the War of the Regulation in 1770, and ultimately the American War for Independence.