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David S. Congdon House

Heritage Homes Tour Celebrates Five Historic Neighborhoods

April 12 & 13, 2019 New Bern’s history is a story of remarkable strength and resilience. We will not let Hurricane Florence rewrite that history! On April 12 & 13 the New Bern Historical Society invites you to celebrate New Bern’s extraordinary heritage and beauty with an exciting new homes tour featuring some of the …

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See Better Together - "Blessings in Blue"

See Better Together

Historical Dryborough Neighborhood Association and Preservation Management will present Mable Singleton Murrell a former resident of James City, and author of the book, “Blessing To Be Blue”. This program spotlight Craven Terrace and Dryborough, two African American neighborhoods that have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. An Architectural Historian and …

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Mrs. Arabelle Bulluck Bryant

Honoring Mrs. Arabelle B. Bryant: Community Stalwart and Educator

On Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 3 p.m., the Historic Dryborough Association will host a free, special program honoring Mrs. Arabelle B. Bryant, a community stalwart and educator. The event will be held at the New Bern-Craven County Public Library Auditorium. It will highlight her extraordinary life with a photo presentation, music, greetings …

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