Well, we're at the 182nd anniversary of the end of the Nat Turner rebellion. It unravelled on the morning of August 23, 1831. After the rebellion ended following a battle at the Belmont plantation, there was some really gruesome extra-legal violence -- I mean gruesome -- against rebels and suspected rebels and other enslaved people who happened to have nothing to do with the rebellion and maybe weren't even suspected of rebellion. Then, after a few days of that extra-legal violence, the next stop for suspected rebels was the Southampton County Courthouse -- or in a few cases the Sussex County Courthouse or the Greensville County Courthouse. So maybe there should be a trivia question related to an antebellum courthouse?
Where? When? What is this building's connection to UNC? (I'm guessing this looks very familiar to people from Chapel Hill.)