On Friday, April 26, the Friends of the Duke University Libraries will be hitting the road to Wilmington, North Carolina, to learn more about the race riot of 1898. In honor of the 115th anniversary of this historic event, we will tour the 1898 exhibit at the Cape Fear Museum with LaRae Umfleet, historian and author of the 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission Report. We will also visit the Bellamy Mansion and 1898 Memorial, followed by a tour of key sites and a discussion with Barbara Wright, author of the novel Crow, a fictional account of Wilmington in 1898. The evening will be open for sightseeing and dinner in Wilmington before the return to Durham.
For more information or to sign up for the trip. please contact Megan Lawson at 919-660-5856 or email@example.com. The trip is open to everyone. The cost of the trip is $75, which includes transportation, lunch, and admission to the sites. The registration deadline is March 26, 2013.
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