Maritime History Comes Alive

400 years of Lumberton maritime heritage comes alive with an entertaining, one-hour “micro-history” voyage into the town’s fascinating past. Cretaceous-dinosaurs such as the Mosasaurs once swam marl-lined, waterways. Then along came homo sapiens. Agriculture, mills, mining, lumbering, shipyards, and, of course, recreational use churned the tidal waters. This lively presentation showcases how Lumberton anchored the livelihood of communities along the South Branch.

We look forward to seeing you at the LHS meeting on Feb. 21st. Please feel free to contact Elaine at Lumberton Historical Society for further information.

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