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The African American Experience of Northeast North Carolina celebrates the contributions of African Americans and encourages a deeper understanding of the significance of the region’s cultural heritage in order to build more inclusive communities. This project is a collaborative project between nine NC counties that include:
Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Martin, Pasquotank, Perquimans and Washington.
Take a powerful and inspiring road trip to explore more than 30 sites, important to the African American community and history of northeastern NC. This self-guided, digital heritage trail includes outdoor interpretive signs and monuments, parks, waterways and museums. Highlights that you can see include the Historic Jarvisburg Colored School, Pasquotank River, Pea Island Cookhouse, Colored Union Soldiers Monument, Colonial Waterfront Park and historic Dismal Swamp Canal.
For more information visit the AAENENC Website: https://ncblackheritagetour.com/