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Course will teach history of Salisbury, Rowan County

Historic Salisbury Foundation

The Historic Salisbury Foundation and Rowan Museum are looking for history lovers.

People are invited to attend a history course on Salisbury and Rowan County. The 13-week course begins in February and will be held on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The first class will be held at the Rowan Museum, with following classes presented at various historic locations. Classes include information on Native Americans, early pioneers, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, industrialization, and much more.

The basic text is “Rowan County… A Brief History” by James S. Brawley. It is available at the Rowan Public Library or on CD at the class for $10.

Continuing education credits are available for teachers.

The cost for the course is $30 for the general public. Members of the museum or Historic Salisbury Foundation pay $25, and residents who have lived in the county for less than a year pay $20.

To register, contact Historic Salisbury Foundation at 704.636.0103 or by email to office@historicsalisbury.org

 

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