June 17th – July 27th, 2008
This exhibit explores the Pee Dee not only as a cultural space but as a diverse region of ecological and geological significance. From Chesterfield to Georgetown, the Pee Dee is bound together by its common resource, the Great Pee Dee River. This water system has shaped the identity of plantlife, wildlife and society since before the first Europeans settled here over 300 years ago.
Featured in the exhibit are dinosaur fossils, Native American artifacts, maps, and local art & crafts interwoven with information which gives the viewer a glimpse of the many faces of Pee Dee history. Also on display is a video which follows the growth and decline of tobacco farming in Marion county, produced by ETV. The Pee Dee Land Trust, sponsor of the exhibit, is an organisation dedicated to
preserving the heritage of the region by protecting lands of agricultural, ecological and historic value.
The Pee Dee Land Trust, sponsor of the exhibit, is an organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of the region by protecting lands of agricultural, ecological and historical value.
Click to learn more about the Pee Dee Land Trust.