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New Bern is a city in eastern North Carolina. It served as the capital of the North Carolina colonial government until 1775, when Governor Josiah Martin fled Tryon Palace and the mansion was seized by the American rebel forces.

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Drums of Autumn

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An Echo in the Bone

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Locations within New Bern

Fergus's Printshop
The offices of L'Oignon, which later becomes L'Oignon-Intelligencer. Located on Thorpe Street.[1]
Sheriff Tolliver's House
The home of Sheriff Tolliver, which also doubles as the New Bern women's prison.
Tryon Palace
A large opulent house built in the latest fashion, with ivy beds and a large front drive. It was originally constructed by Governor Tryon.[2] The extravagance of the house contributed to unrest in the North Carolina backcountry.
Whinbush
A low-brow tavern that mostly caters to fisherman and laborers.[3]
Wilsey Arms
One of only two good inns in New Bern, according to Claire.[4]
King's Inn
One of only two good inns in New Bern, according to Claire.[5]


Residents

  • William Tryon - governor of North Carolina from 1765 to 1771.
  • Josiah Martin - governor of North Carolina from 1771 to 1776.
  • Fergus Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Marsali Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Germain Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Joan Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Félicité Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Henri-Christian Fraser - lives in New Bern from late 1774 to mid 1777.
  • Thorogood Northrup - a merchant in the area, who owns a warehouse
  • Sadie Ferguson - a convicted forger who spends time in the New Bern
  • Sheriff Tolliver - the only remaining sheriff in New Bern.
  • Maisie Tolliver - the alcoholic wife of the sheriff. She supervises the female prisoners, though is susceptible to bribes.
  • George Herbert - a local resident who notices that the cannons at the Governor's Palace have been removed.
  • DeLancey Hall - a local smuggler and fisherman

Trivia

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