The Orange County Historical Museum is honored to virtually host Tom Magnuson for “Carolina’s First Permanent Settlement: 1650-1705”, Thursday, May 6, at 7pm.
This event is the second in his four-part series, “The Networks of Early North Carolina History”. In this series, Magnuson presents his findings from his thirty years of studying the earliest commercial transportation networks in the Southeast of North America.
Registration for this free virtual event is available through our website at www.orangehistorync.org/events. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
Magnuson is the founder and CEO of the Trading Path Association (TPA). The TPA is a non-profit organization committed to finding and protecting remnants of the Contact Era in the southeast. It does so by finding the old trade routes of England’s first frontier, the “backcountry” of the southeast. Prior to founding the TPA, Magnuson enjoyed an unconventional high-tech career first in the integrated circuit industry and government service, and later in the software business.
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