Portraits of War: 102nd Engineers Convoy Through North Carolina

Jessica A. Bandel

In 1918, the 102nd Engineers undertook a motor convoy from Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina, to Fort Belvoir, Virginia, that brought them through the Old North State. Their journey was documented by a film crew, capturing two North Carolina sites: King’s Mountain (2:43-2:54) and the Yadkin River (2:55-3:18). Modern viewers should be warned: there is no audio and the film is in black and white!

This footage appears here courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration. View their landing page to learn more about the film.