North Carolina’s Antebellum Shad and Herring Fishery
February 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
For generations, river herring and shad were the most important fisheries in eastern North Carolina. Join Maritime History Curator David Bennett in the museum auditorium to explore the business of operating these fisheries and the role of black labor in the decades prior to the Civil War. Free, no registration required.
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