Friday, September 17-Horry County Museum and L.W. Paul Living Farm, Conway



First, we will visit the Horry County History Museum located in downtown Conway. The museum features monthly exhibits by local artists in addition to its historical and regional exhibits. We will learn about the wide range of environmental conditions found in Horry County and how its inhabitants, from prehistoric to the present, have adapted to these local conditions. The museum features a variety of materials from old tools and photographs to miniatures of industries such as those producing tar and turpentine. Exhibits include farming tools and implements, household items and clothing, items from an old country store, local crafts–both historical and modern, and wildlife specimens and photographs. The museum’s exhibit on Waccamaw Indian People, Past, Present and Future, was created by CCU students working with Assistant Professor Katie Clary and Professor Carolyn Dillian. After lunch in downtown Conway, we will proceed to the 17-acre L.W. Paul Historical Farm, where you will get a sense of what it was like to live in a rural farming community during the first half of the 20th century. The farm includes a variety of reconstructed buildings authentic to the time period. Meals not included in the excursion. Departing 9:15 a.m. Activity Level 4

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