7 posts

18 December 2017; Changes Expected for Native Headwear Exhibit

We’ve got HUGE plans for our Native Headwear exhibit! Though our exhibit on the Native headgear and military involvement has always been a display that has started many wonderful conversations, we decided to make some major changes after being struck by Hurricane Matthew last year. If you’ve visited since our […]

11 December 2017; A Brand New Project!

We’re at it again! Ever since Hurricane Matthew, it seems we’ve been full of renewed energy and inspiration! We have a brand new exhibit in store, but we need a bit of help from YOU! Our plans are to create a beautiful new space completely dedicated to the local tribes. […]

25 September 2017; A Generous Donation!

We recently received a generous donation from a pair of local ladies! Locals Anna Meshejian and April Martino frequently hold yoga classes for fellow locals and visitors alike. Some of these classes have even been held right on the beach! But what a surprise when we found that what they […]

28 August 2017; Amazon Smile

Did you know that your online shopping can generate income for the museum at no cost to you? The Amazon Smile Foundation will automatically donate .5% of every eligible purchase each time you shop. It’s easy, just go to AmazonSmile to link to your regular Amazon account and select us […]

21 August 2017; Cherokee Spider Stone

We received another spectacular donation! In an EARLIER POST we mentioned a donation of gorgeous gourd art from Emmy Sothoron. But we have a second part to her donation that we’d like to share with you! This is a Cherokee Spider Stone We’ve added two versions of each photograph. One […]

14 August 2014; Wonderful Donation!

We recently received a lovely donation from Ed Beckley, Jr. With one of the most striking pieces being a Kachina carved by Edwin Beckley, Sr, we are overjoyed to be able to share our most recent donation. Other items include artwork, a basket, and a beaded bolo!

15 May 2017; Beautiful Gourd Art

Recycle – Remake – Reuse This is what Emmy Sothoron stresses in her bio when she donated a beautiful selection of her gourd art. A Native Carolinian, she was raised by a Quaker Grandmother who was gentle, graceful, and strong willed. But farther back in her history, her Great, Great, […]