The exhibit, on display until April 15, is being presented in partnership with the International Civil Rights Center and Museum and the Guilford County Register of Deeds. In 2015, the Register of Deeds made these slave deeds, dating from 1774 to 1826, available online. These deeds show transactions concerning men, women, and children of color. The records provide opportunities to reflect on the inhumanity of the trade in people, but they also open research avenues for those looking for family connections. Several deeds will be on display.
An exhibit on Board Games is on the mezzanine until February 25. Games on display include The Challenge High Point and a unique and handmade game related to navigating the Furniture Market by employees of Drexel Heritage Furniture Company as well as classic board games.
On Friday, February 17, 5 pm to 7 pm the Museum is hosting a Family Game Night.
Join the Museum for a fun evening of all sorts of games featuring card and board games along with scavenger hunts and Pokemon Go. We’ll also be playing “The Challenge High Point” game from the 1980s. This free event will be fun for children of all ages. Snacks, prizes and more await!