The debate over Andrew Jackson’s exact birthplace is ongoing. The two most likely locations are Crawford Plantation, located in Lancaster County, South Carolina, and the George McCamie cabin, located in what is now Union County, North Carolina. Both sites are located only a few miles from each other and at the time of Jackson’s birth […]
According to historical records, the first people to live in bark dwellings were the North American Indians. English explorers and settlers during the 1600s encountered the Waxhaw Indians located in what is now Union and Lancaster counties of North and South Carolina, respectively. In the English settlers’ journals and sketchbooks, they made records of the […]
PLAN YOUR FIELD TRIP TO THE MUSEUM OF THE WAXHAWS!
The Museum of the Waxhaws will be closed for the July 4th holiday. Come see our Museum and Vietnam Homecoming Event floats at the Waxhaw July 4th Parade! We will return to regular hours on Sunday, July 5th.
Patterson’s Self Storage, a new local business catering to some of the new families moving into our community, recently posted a blog article about the top five things to do in Waxhaw this summer. The Museum of the Waxhaws Gold Panning made the list! Patterson’s recommends a visit to Cane Creek and various activities in […]
Avast, me hearties! The Great Pirate Day and War of 1812 will be on Saturday, August 29th from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Come and enjoy story-telling, sword fighting, bull-whipping, pirate and War of 1812 displays, mermaids ….and more! Regular museum fees apply.
The museum is planning a homecoming for Vietnam Veterans on October 3rd, 2015. Ceremony & USO-style Show. Sponsors/Donors Needed. Please contact the Museum of the Waxhaws at 704-843-1832 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us the first Sat. of each month this Spring for activities and exhibits focusing on the War Between the States. Regular museum fees apply.