Posts by SwansboroHistory

World War I Armistice Centennial

World War I Armistice Centennial

Sunday November 11 will be the centennial of the end of World War I, called the Great War, and referred...

St. Thomas AME-Z Turns 150

St. Thomas AME-Z Turns 150

“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, from Psalm 100, was fitting scripture for St. Thomas African Methodist Episcopal-Zion Church’s...

Talk on Hurricanes by Jay Barnes

WHERE: The Assembly Room of the Swansboro Old Town Hall, 502 Church Street. TIME: 6:30 P.M. DATE: February 5, 2019 PUBLIC WELCOME...

Notecards featuring a painting of the Swansboro waterfront are being sold as a fundraiser for the Swansboro Historical Association

The cards are sold as a package of 10 All-occasion cards for $12 and are available at local stores on...

Christmas Flotilla & Candlelight

Thanks to the members of the Historical Association and all those who donated this at year at Candlelight and Flotilla....

100th Anniversary of the Armistice

Bells will toll in unison across North Carolina and throughout the world at 11 a.m. November 11 to commemorate the...

Swansboro Historical Association November Meeting and Program

Who:  Jack Dudley, Steve Anderson, and Amelia Dees-Killette When: November 5, 2018  – 6:30p – 8:00p Where: Swansboro Parks and...

JOHN P. ROGERS HOUSE – 1901

106 Walnut Street The National Register describes the house as a three-bay I-house, with center hall plan, one-story ell, and...

SWANSBORO BAPTIST PASRONAGE – 1901

108 Walnut Street The house is a typically constructed wood frame, two story house, described as a triple-A, three-bay I-house...

HAWKINS HOUSE – 1840

208 Elm Street Basil Hawkins probably built the house, and his heir, Catherine Hawkins, owned it in 1850. Andrew Jackson...

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