"Beginning at a white oak and runs E:130 poles..." Establishing North Carolina's Fourth Creek Settlement.
Jason Melius is a native of New York but has spent much of his life in North Carolina. He is the lead Historic Interpreter at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site in Statesville, NC, and previously served as the Archivist for Historic Bethabara Park in Winston-Salem. He has been involved in public history for twenty-eight years. He has guest lectured for universities, historic sites, and the National Park Service, published articles focusing on 18th century material culture, colonial history, and Southeastern Native American topics such as tattooing practices. Jason received his Master of Library and Information Studies through UNC Greensboro.
This event is free to the public with a suggested $5-$10 donation and is made possible thanks to the support of the National Endowment For The Humanities and North Carolina Humanities.