Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Fall lecture series at the North Carolina History Center in New Bern.Saturday Oct. 22th

Behalf Of David A. French
Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 2:42 PM

Hi All,

We are pleased to host Mr. Dennis Jones and Ms. Cheryl Fetterman this
Saturday, October 22nd at 1pm for the second history feature of our Fall
lecture series at the North Carolina History Center in New Bern.

*Colonial Settlers Along the Lower Trent and Neuse Rivers*
Mr. Dennis E. Jones, a historical geographer, will talk about the French
Huguenot, English, Scots, Irish, German, and Swiss families
who settled along the Trent and Neuse Rivers during the Colonial period and
their geographical migrations.

*French Huguenot Society of North Carolina*
Ms. Cheryl Fetterman, President of the French Huguenot Society of North
Carolina, will talk about the French Huguenot Society organization.

*Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 at 1 pm*

Cullman Performance Hall . North Carolina History Center . 529 South Front
St., New Bern, NC

*Mr. Jones' and Ms. Fetterman's Presentations are Free and Open to the
Public. Everyone is Welcome!*

Delicious refreshments will be served after the presentation by Grandma's
Goodies of New Bern, 252.617.5828.

Come early and visit the beautiful Tryon Palace and the new North Carolina
History Center which has an excellent permanent exhibit about the history of
Eastern North Carolina. To learn more, please visit their website at <>.

For more information about the Family History Society of ENC and Upcoming
History and Cultural Events relating to Eastern North Carolina, please see
our website at <>.
Also, a detailed flyer about the Jones and Fetterman talk are available on
our website as a PDF.
If you have a meeting, event, project, or book that relates to the
historical or cultural history of Eastern North Carolina that you would like
to be listed on our website, please contact us at<
. It is a free service.

All the Best,

David French

*The Family History Society of Eastern North Carolina*
252.349.0405 (Telephone)
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