John Lawson Legacy Days

www.JohnLawsonLegacyDays.org

Fri., Nov. 7

Starting at 6:00 pm - Ending at 9:00 pm

Additional Dates

  • Nov. 8

    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

John Lawson Legacy Days

Address

  • Grifton Historical Museum & Indian Village, 437-A Creekshore Drive
    Grifton NC 28530

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Celebrate the rich history of the region with the earliest Native Americans, European settlement, colonial times, American Revolution and the Civil War. The John Lawson Legacy Days Event is held annually in Grifton on Contentnea Creek, celebrating the rich history of the region. It gets its name from John Lawson (1674-1711), a British explorer, writer, naturalist and surveyor, who visited the area and was killed nearby in the village of Catechna by the Tuscarora Indians. Legacy Days celebrates the full range of area history, including the earliest Native Americans, European settlement, colonial times, the American Revolution and the Civil War.

Admission: All Presentations And Tours Are Free And Open To The Public

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Latitude:

35° 22' 8.094" / Longitude: -77° 25' 56.8914"

Address:

Grifton Historical Museum & Indian Village, 437-A Creekshore Drive Grifton NC 28530

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